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Anticuerpos IgA secretorios de la leche materna protectores contra la infección por Cryptosporidium parvum SECRETORY IgA ANTIBODIES BREAST MILK PROTECTED AGAINST INFECTION BY Cryptosporidium parvum
ROSA CASTILLO,ROBERT GILMAN,ELBA MIRANDA,MARIANO ECHEVARRIA
Parasitología al día , 2001,
Abstract: Se evaluó el efecto protector de la leche materna de 150 madres sobre la infección por Cryptosporidium parvum en ni os menores de 2 a os. La leche presenta anticuerpos Inmunoglobulinas A Secretoria (IgAs) específicas contra el antígeno de C. parvum por la prueba de Inmunoelectrotransferencia blot (EITB). Cada madre secretó leche con diferente composición de IgAs específicas contra 15 fracciones proteicas del antígeno de C. parvum con pesos moleculares de 15 a 158 k-Da, permaneciendo constantes durante la lactación. Existe menor riesgo a la infección por C. parvum en ni os que lactaron leche materna con presencia de IgAs específicas contra las fracciones proteicas de alto peso molecular del antígeno de C. parvum (158, 123 y 97 k-Da) The protective effect of breast milk from 150 women on infection produced by protozoa Cryptosporidium parvum of children under 2 years old living in a shantytown nearby Lima, Perú was studied. Breast milk had specific secretory Inmunoglobulin A (sIgA) antibodies to C. parvum antigen determined by Inmunoelectrotransfer blot (EITB) assay. Each mother secreted milk with different composition of specific secretory IgA antibodies against 15 proteins of C. parvum antigen with molecular weight 15-158 k-Da, remained constant during the 24 month lactation period. The risk of C. parvum infection was reduced in children breast milk with specific secretory IgA against proteins of high molecular weight C. parvum antigen (158, 123 y 97 k-Da), protecting the breast fed baby from infection
Anticuerpos IgA secretorios de la leche materna protectores contra la infección por Cryptosporidium parvum
CASTILLO,ROSA; GILMAN,ROBERT; MIRANDA,ELBA; ECHEVARRIA,MARIANO; LEMBCKE,JORGE; STERLING,CHARLES;
Parasitología al día , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-07202001000100001
Abstract: the protective effect of breast milk from 150 women on infection produced by protozoa cryptosporidium parvum of children under 2 years old living in a shantytown nearby lima, perú was studied. breast milk had specific secretory inmunoglobulin a (siga) antibodies to c. parvum antigen determined by inmunoelectrotransfer blot (eitb) assay. each mother secreted milk with different composition of specific secretory iga antibodies against 15 proteins of c. parvum antigen with molecular weight 15-158 k-da, remained constant during the 24 month lactation period. the risk of c. parvum infection was reduced in children breast milk with specific secretory iga against proteins of high molecular weight c. parvum antigen (158, 123 y 97 k-da), protecting the breast fed baby from infection
The impact of radiocarbon on Later prehistoric studies in the Iberian Peninsula: some brief comments
Gilman, Antonio
Trabajos de Prehistoria , 2003,
Abstract: Radiocarbon forced the abandonment of the Orientalist interpretation of the development of later Iberian prehistory and made it necessary its rethinking in terms of autochthonous evolutionary processes. The large lines of the chronology now being firmly established, radiocarbon should now be used to establish and refine the subdivisions of the Peninsula’s various regional sequences. El radiocarbono hizo que la interpretación orientalista del desarrollo de la Prehistoria Tardía de la Península Ibérica fuera insostenible y que fuera necesario repensar a fondo ese proceso histórico en términos de un desarrollo autóctono. Una vez que las grandes líneas de la cronología prehistórica ya están bien definidas, la principal tarea pendiente en la investigación cronológica de la Prehistoria Reciente de la Península es establecer y perfeccionar a base del radiocarbono las subdivisiones de las secuencias regionales.
Notes on the scholarly trajectory of Ma. Dolores Fernández-Posse
Gilman, Antonio
Trabajos de Prehistoria , 2007,
Abstract: The scholarly trajectory of Ma Dolores Fernández- Posse involved an ongoing process of critical observation, reflection, and change that is quite rare in Archaeology. Her change from normativism to a historically informed functionalism is representative of the general evolution of Spanish archaeological studies over the course of the past thirty years. What is unusual about Fernández-Posse -and attests to her straightforward and unassuming intelligence- is that she herself changed her mind and voiced that change with clarity and humor. La trayectoria científica de Ma Dolores Fernández-Posse se caracterizó por un proceso continuo de observación crítica, reflexión y cambio, algo poco común en Arqueología. Su cambio del normativismo a un funcionalismo de orientación histórica es representativo de la evolución de los estudios arqueológicos en Espa a a lo largo de los últimos treinta a os. Lo realmente inusual de Fernández-Posse -y lo que atestigua su directa pero no pretenciosa inteligencia- es que ella misma cambió de ideas y publicitó ese cambio con claridad y humor.
Cómo valorar los sistemas de propiedad a partir de datos arqueológicos
Gilman, Antonio
Trabajos de Prehistoria , 1997,
Abstract: Processual archaeologists have been reluctant to address the nature of prehistoric property regimes. Ethnological evidence suggests a predictable development of such regimes over the evolutionary range of human societies. Examination of patterns of elite expenditure and household consumption can be used to evaluate such evolutionary scenarios in concrete cases. Los arqueólogos procesuales han sido remisos a ocuparse de la naturaleza de los regimenes prehistóricos de propiedad. La evidencia etnológica sugiere un desarrollo predecible de tales regimenes en el curso de la escala evolutiva de las sociedades humanas. El examen de los patrones relativos a los gastos de la elite y del consumo familiar puede usarse para evaluar tales escenarios evolutivos en casos concretos.
The program management process with sustainability considerations
Gilman Tam
Journal of Project, Program & Portfolio Management , 2010,
Abstract: Program management has been widely accepted as an effective tool for making strategic and tactical changes. A brief review of the program management process showed that the ambiguity-reduction learning loop together with the uncertainty-reduction performance loop would make program management a feasible sustainability-oriented management tool for addressing the needs of a sustainable society. The requirements and impacts of sustainability are becoming important considerations in formulating a program; however, not much related literature can be found within the project management body of knowledge. This paper aims to facilitate the understanding of “Sustainability in Program Management”. Sustainability considerations adopting a three pillars approach is proposed. A “Program Sustainability Assessment Framework” is constructed to help the program manager incorporate sustainability considerations into program management practices. The key factors for aligning program sustainability to corporate sustainability strategy are also discussed.
Ball Lightning and Plasma Cohesion
John Gilman
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: The phenomenon of ball lightning has been observed for a long time, but the nature of these luminous balls has been unknown. It is proposed here that they consist of highy excited Rydberg atoms with large polarizabilities that bind them together. Thus the cohesion of the balls comes from photon exchange forces (London dispersion forces) rather than the more usual electron exchange (chemical) forces. The cohesion in plasmas generated at the back faces of detonating explosives has a similar basis. Estimates are given to justify this interpretation.
The Structure of Two-parabolic Space: Parabolic Dust and Iteration
Jane Gilman
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: A non-elementary M\"obius group generated by two-parabolics is determined up to conjugation by one complex parameter and the parameter space has been extensively studied. In this paper, we use the results of \cite{GW} to obtain an additional structure for the parameter space, which we term the {\sl two-parabolic space}. This structure allows us to identify groups that contain additional conjugacy classes of primitive parabolics, which following \cite{Indra} we call {\sl parabolic dust groups}, non-free groups off the real axis, and groups that are both parabolic dust and non-free; some of these contain $\mathbb{Z} \times \mathbb{Z}$ subgroups. The structure theorem also attaches additional geometric structure to discrete and non-discrete groups lying in given regions of the parameter space including a new explicit construction of some non-classical $\T$Schottky groups.
Informative Words and Discreteness
Jane Gilman
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: There are certain families of words and word sequences (words in the generators of a two-generator group) that arise frequently in the Teichm{\"u}ller theory of hyperbolic three-manifolds and Kleinian and Fuchsian groups and in the discreteness problem for two generator matrix groups. We survey some of the families of such words and sequences: the semigroup of so called {\sl good} words of Gehring-Martin, the so called {\sl killer} words of Gabai-Meyerhoff-NThurston, the Farey words of Keen-Series and Minsky, the discreteness-algorithm Fibonacci sequences of Gilman-Jiang and {\sl parabolic dust} words. We survey connections between the families and establish a new connection between good words and Farey words.
Prime Order Automorphisms of Riemann Surfaces
Jane Gilman
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: Recently there has been renewed interest in the mapping-class group of a compact surface of genus $g \ge 2$ and also in its finite order elements. A finite order element of the mapping-class group will be a conformal automorphisms on some Riemann surface of genus $g$. Here we give the details of the proof that there is an {\sl adapted basis} for any conformal automorphism of prime order on a surface of genus $g$ and extend the original result to apply to fixed point free automorphisms. An adapted basis is one that reflects the action of the automorphism in the optimal manner described below. The proof uses the Schreier-Reidemeister rewriting process. We find some new consequences of the existence of an adapted basis. We also construct an explicit example of such a basis and compute its intersection matrix.
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