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Aplasia medular asociada al uso de ticlopidina: Report of one case Bone marrow aplasia associated to the use of ticlopidine
Carolina Ruiz B,Tatiana Monroy A,Nelson Monta?a N,Pilar Lora L
Revista médica de Chile , 2002,
Abstract: We report a 58 years old male that developed a bone marrow aplasia associated to the use of ticlopidine, prescribed after coronary artery stenting. The patient developed a pneumonia as a complication. He was admitted to the Intermediate Treatment Unit, receiving wide spectrum antimicrobial therapy and a granulocyte colony stimulating factor (Neupogen(r)) with favourable response. Ticlodipine is an effective anti-platelet agent, but has serious hematological and other side effects. Its prescription requires a close follow up and search for complications (Rev Méd Chile 2002; 130: 798-802).
Aplasia medular asociada al uso de ticlopidina: Report of one case
Ruiz B,Carolina; Monroy A,Tatiana; Monta?a N,Nelson; Lora L,Pilar; Lamich B,Rubén; Valderrama R,Alejandro;
Revista médica de Chile , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872002000700013
Abstract: we report a 58 years old male that developed a bone marrow aplasia associated to the use of ticlopidine, prescribed after coronary artery stenting. the patient developed a pneumonia as a complication. he was admitted to the intermediate treatment unit, receiving wide spectrum antimicrobial therapy and a granulocyte colony stimulating factor (neupogen(r)) with favourable response. ticlodipine is an effective anti-platelet agent, but has serious hematological and other side effects. its prescription requires a close follow up and search for complications (rev méd chile 2002; 130: 798-802).
Rese a de "Intervenciones filosóficas: Qué hacer con la filosofía en América Latina?" de Gabriel Vargas Lozano
Juan Monroy García
Contribuciones desde Coatepec , 2007,
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Los partidos políticos y la democracia en Nicaragua
Juan Monroy García
Contribuciones desde Coatepec , 2003,
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La Iglesia católica y su participación política en Nicaragua (1960-1979)
Juan Monroy García
Contribuciones desde Coatepec , 2007,
Abstract: El artículo analiza la influencia de la teología de la liberación en Nicaragua y la participación de los católicos en el proceso de transformación radical de la sociedad. Propone una nueva forma de abordar el fenómeno religioso, a partir de la participación de las comunidades de base en el proceso insurreccional, así como la teoría y la práctica de sacerdotes y religiosas comprometidos con la transformación de la Iglesia católica y la sociedad en su conjunto. Finalmente contempla los cambios en la jerarquía católica, a partir de la problemática social y política del pueblo.
Thermodynamic Properties of Li-LiH (LiD, LiT) Systems. The Phase Diagram  [PDF]
Konstantin A. Yakimovich, Tatiana Biryukova
Open Journal of Physical Chemistry (OJPC) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojpc.2012.23019
Abstract: The paper presents a comprehensive critical review and detailed analysis of the literature, published in the field of the phase diagram solution Li-LiH (LiD, LiT). Special attention is paid to the completeness of the source information on the paper’s topic resulting in an extended reference list. Particularly, paper reviews rarely used sources including little-known publications from research centers, proceedings of the international scientific meetings and dissertations. These publications were more thoroughly analyzed in order to make the information available to the scientific society.
Excavated DNA from Two Khazar Burials  [PDF]
Anatole A. Klyosov, Tatiana Faleeva
Advances in Anthropology (AA) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/aa.2017.71002
Abstract: To understand a biological tribal affiliation (in terms of Y-chromosomal haplogroups, subclades, and haplotypes) of two excavated Khazar bone remains in the lower Don region in the south of Russia, we have extracted and analyzed their DNA and showed that both belonged to haplogroup R1a and its subclade Z93. The pattern could be considered typically “Turkic”, and not a Jewish DNA lineage. Their haplotypes were also identified and reported here. The haplotypes indicate that both Khazars were unrelated to each other in a sense that their common ancestor lived as long as 1500 - 2500 years earlier than them, in the middle of the II millennium BC—beginning of the I millennium BC, during typically Scythian times or somewhat earlier. Their haplotypes are unrelated to well-known Jewish haplotypes of haplogroup R1a.
One-Pot Three-Component Synthesis of N-Arylmethyl-4-(7-cyclohepta-1,3,5-trienyl)anilines  [PDF]
Lidia P. Yunnikova, Tatiana A. Akentieva, Tatiana V. Makhova
International Journal of Organic Chemistry (IJOC) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijoc.2013.32017
Abstract:

We report a one-pot three-component synthesis of N-arylmethyl-4-(7-cyclohepta-1,3,5-trienyl)anilines by using various aromatic imines, tropylium tetrafluoroborate, and sodium tetrahydroborate in the presence of imidazole as activator.

Phylogeographic Pattern and Extensive Mitochondrial DNA Divergence Disclose a Species Complex within the Chagas Disease Vector Triatoma dimidiata
Fernando A. Monteiro, Tatiana Peretolchina, Cristiano Lazoski, Kecia Harris, Ellen M. Dotson, Fernando Abad-Franch, Elsa Tamayo, Pamela M. Pennington, Carlota Monroy, Celia Cordon-Rosales, Paz Maria Salazar-Schettino, Andrés Gómez-Palacio, Mario J. Grijalva, Charles B. Beard, Paula L. Marcet
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0070974
Abstract: Background Triatoma dimidiata is among the main vectors of Chagas disease in Latin America. However, and despite important advances, there is no consensus about the taxonomic status of phenotypically divergent T. dimidiata populations, which in most recent papers are regarded as subspecies. Methodology and Findings A total of 126 cyt b sequences (621 bp long) were produced for specimens from across the species range. Forty-seven selected specimens representing the main cyt b clades observed (after a preliminary phylogenetic analysis) were also sequenced for an ND4 fragment (554 bp long) and concatenated with their respective cyt b sequences to produce a combined data set totalling 1175 bp/individual. Bayesian and Maximum-Likelihood phylogenetic analyses of both data sets (cyt b, and cyt b+ND4) disclosed four strongly divergent (all pairwise Kimura 2-parameter distances >0.08), monophyletic groups: Group I occurs from Southern Mexico through Central America into Colombia, with Ecuadorian specimens resembling Nicaraguan material; Group II includes samples from Western-Southwestern Mexico; Group III comprises specimens from the Yucatán peninsula; and Group IV consists of sylvatic samples from Belize. The closely-related, yet formally recognized species T. hegneri from the island of Cozumel falls within the divergence range of the T. dimidiata populations studied. Conclusions We propose that Groups I–IV, as well as T. hegneri, should be regarded as separate species. In the Petén of Guatemala, representatives of Groups I, II, and III occur in sympatry; the absence of haplotypes with intermediate genetic distances, as shown by multimodal mismatch distribution plots, clearly indicates that reproductive barriers actively promote within-group cohesion. Some sylvatic specimens from Belize belong to a different species – likely the basal lineage of the T. dimidiata complex, originated ~8.25 Mya. The evidence presented here strongly supports the proposition that T. dimidiata is a complex of five cryptic species (Groups I–IV plus T. hegneri) that play different roles as vectors of Chagas disease in the region.
Challenging the Evolutionary Strategy for Synthesis of Analogue Computational Circuits  [PDF]
Yerbol A. Sapargaliyev, Tatiana G. Kalganova
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2010.311121
Abstract: There are very few reports in the past on applications of Evolutionary Strategy (ES) towards the synthesis of analogue circuits. Moreover, even fewer reports are on the synthesis of computational circuits. Last fact is mainly due to the difficulty in designing of the complex nonlinear functions that these circuits perform. In this paper, the evolving power of the ES is challenged to design four computational circuits: cube root, cubing, square root and squaring functions. The synthesis succeeded due to the usage of oscillating length genotype strategy and the substructure reuse. The approach is characterized by its simplicity and represents one of the first attempts of application of ES towards the synthesis of “QR” circuits. The obtained experimental results significantly exceed the results published before in terms of the circuit quality, economy in components and computing resources utilized, revealing the great potential of the technique proposed to design large scale analog circuits.
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