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Greenhouse lettuce production with and without nutrient solution recycling
Producción de lechuga en invernadero con y sin recirculación de la solución nutritiva

Esaú del C. Moreno-Pérez, Felipe Sánchez-Del Castillo, Jorge Gutiérrez-Tlaque, Lucila González-Molina, Joel Pineda-Pineda
2015 Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura  
; Sánchez del Castillo, González, Moreno, Pineda, & Reyes, 2014), así como en un menor impacto In Mexico the area planted for vegetable production under protected agriculture conditions has increased  ...  In this sense, closed hydroponic systems have significant advantages in water and fertilizer savings compared to open systems (Dhakal, Salokhe, Tantau & Max, 2005; Sánchez del Castillo, González, Moreno  ... 
doi:10.5154/r.rchsh.2013.12.047 fatcat:mjg2xpv5uvax5danfzevqy4t5i

Aplicación de algoritmos genéticos a la clasificación de imágenes de satélite en el marco de los servicios grid inteligentes estado del arte

Jorge Gabriel Hoyos Pineda, José Nelson Pérez Castillo
2007 Ciencia e Ingeniería Neogranadina  
José Nelson, Pérez Castillo Ingeniero de Sistemas Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Doctor en Informática.  ... 
doi:10.18359/rcin.1078 fatcat:mbvtvv5xszh57brofvqxwprasi

Formación de recursos humanos

Elvira Calfuñanco Ríos, María Antonieta Alvear Almendras, Elga Arroyo Cortés, Claudia Troncoso Muñoz, Rebeca Mella M., Olga Carrasco B., María Susana Mansilla Pérez, María Soledad Peña Sandoval, Sebastián Pineda Bordali, Ricardo Sánchez Castillo, Patricia Zúñiga Salas, Celia Alanoca Araya (+19 others)
2011 Revista Chilena de Salud Pública  
Diagnóstico de salud escolar utilizando ficha Clap-OPS MANSILLA PÉREZ, MARIA SUSANA (1) ; PEÑA SANDOVAL, MARIA SOLEDAD (2) ; PINEDA BORDALI, SEBASTIÁN (2) y SÁNCHEZ CASTILLO, RICARDO (2) INTRODUCCIÓN  ...  ZÚÑIGA SALAS, PATRICIA (1) ;ALANOCA ARAYA, CELIA (1) ; PORCILLE OVIED,O FREDDY (2) ; COROSEO SALAS, JORGE (1) y ACEVEDO CASTILLO, MARCO ANTONIO(1) Rev Chil Salud Pública 2010; Vol 14 (2-3): 155-167  ... 
doi:10.5354/0717-3652.2010.12062 fatcat:62k3lweq4nhydagkxcveuqtkt4

Treatment adherence behaviours in rheumatic diseases during COVID-19 pandemic: a Latin American experience

Rita Angélica Pineda-Sic, Dionicio Angel Galarza-Delgado, Griselda Serna-Peña, Sergio A Castillo-Torres, Diana Elsa Flores-Alvarado, Jorge A Esquivel-Valerio, Iván De Jesús Hernández-Galarza
2020 Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases  
Angélica Pineda-Sic , 1 Dionicio Angel Galarza-Delgado, 1 Griselda Serna-Peña, 1 Sergio A Castillo-Torres, 2 Diana Elsa Flores-Alvarado , 1 Jorge A Esquivel-Valerio , 1 Iván De Jesús Hernández-Galarza  ... 
doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2020-218198 pmid:32576568 fatcat:rtixfgjhsjaonlnvccpqi32ofi

Thermal Energy Storage by the Encapsulation of Phase Change Materials in Building Elements—A Review

José Luis Reyez-Araiza, Jorge Pineda-Piñón, José M. López-Romero, José Ramón Gasca-Tirado, Moises Arroyo Contreras, Juan Carlos Jáuregui Correa, Luis Miguel Apátiga-Castro, Eric Mauricio Rivera-Muñoz, Rodrigo Rafael Velazquez-Castillo, José de Jesús Pérez Bueno, Alejandro Manzano-Ramirez
2021 Materials  
The energy sector is one of the fields of interest for different nations around the world. Due to the current fossil fuel crisis, the scientific community develops new energy-saving experiences to address this concern. Buildings are one of the elements of higher energy consumption, so the generation of knowledge and technological development may offer solutions to this energy demand, which are more than welcome. Phase change materials (PCMs) included in building elements such as wall panels,
more » ... cks, panels or coatings, for heating and cooling applications have been shown, when heating, to increase the heat storage capacity by absorbing heat as latent heat. Therefore, the use of latent heat storage systems using phase change materials (PCMs) has been investigated within the last two decades. In the present review, the macro and micro encapsulation methods for construction materials are reviewed, the former being the most viable method of inclusion of PCMs in construction elements. In addition, based on the analysis of the existing papers on the encapsulation process of PCMs, the importance to pay more attention to the bio-based PCMs is shown, since more research is needed to process such PCMs. To determine its thermophysical and mechanical behavior at the micro and macro levels, in order to see the feasibility of substituting petroleum-based PCMs with a more environmentally friendly bio-based one, a section devoted to the excellent PCM with lightweight aggregate (PCM-LWA concrete) is presented due to the lack of description given in other reviews.
doi:10.3390/ma14061420 pmid:33804151 fatcat:fsla4tm3tbhnpdtldhmpbb2g3i

Detection of CD39 and a Highly Glycosylated Isoform of Soluble CD73 in the Plasma of Patients with Cervical Cancer: Correlation with Disease Progression

Ricardo Muñóz-Godínez, María de Lourdes Mora-García, Benny Weiss-Steider, Juan José Montesinos-Montesinos, Adriana del Carmen Aguilar-Lemarroy, Rosario García-Rocha, Jorge Hernández-Montes, Christian Azucena Don-López, Luis Roberto Ávila-Ibarra, Daniela Berenice Torres-Pineda, Gabriela Molina-Castillo, Rommel Chacón-Salinas (+4 others)
2020 Mediators of Inflammation  
Persistent infection with high-risk human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) is the main factor in the development of cervical cancer (CC). The presence of immunosuppressive factors plays an important role in the development of this type of cancer. To determine whether CD39 and CD73, which participate in the production of immunosuppressive adenosine (Ado), are involved in the progression of CC, we compared the concentrations and hydrolytic activity of these ectonucleotidases in platelet-free plasma (PFP)
more » ... amples between patients with low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (LSILs) ( n = 18 ), high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (HSILs) ( n = 12 ), and CC ( n = 19 ) and normal donors (NDs) ( n = 15 ). The concentrations of CD39 and CD73 in PFP increased with disease progression ( r = 0.5929 , p < 0.001 ). The PFP of patients with HSILs or CC showed the highest concentrations of CD39 (2.3 and 2.2 times that of the NDs, respectively) and CD73 (1.7 and 2.68 times that of the NDs, respectively), which were associated with a high capacity to generate Ado from the hydrolysis of adenosine diphosphate (ADP) and adenosine monophosphate (AMP). The addition of POM-1 and APCP, specific inhibitors of CD39 and CD73, respectively, inhibited the ADPase and AMPase activity of PFP by more than 90%. A high level of the 90 kD isoform of CD73 was detected in the PFP of patients with HSILs or CC. Digestion with endoglycosidase H and N-glycanase generated CD73 with weights of approximately 90 kD, 85 kD, 80 kD, and 70 kD. In addition, the levels of transforming grow factor-β (TGF-β) in the PFPs of patients with LSIL, HSIL and CC positively correlated with those of CD39 ( r = 0.4432 , p < 0.001 ) and CD73 ( r = 0.5786 , p < 0.001 ). These results suggest that persistent infection by HR-HPV and the concomitant production of TGF-β promote the expression of CD39 and CD73 to favor CC progression through Ado generation.
doi:10.1155/2020/1678780 pmid:33488292 pmcid:PMC7803102 fatcat:ayqfzfmd6ngl7l27hhe6lcdoym

FACTORES ASOCIADOS A LA CONTAMINACIÓN DE PARQUES PÚBLICOS (HUÁNUCO, PERÚ) CON HUEVOS DE TOXOCARA CANIS Y OTROS ENDOPARASITOS DE IMPORTANCIA ZOONOTICA

Eddyson Montalvo-Sabino, Fermin Cipriano-Fonseca, Edith Marcelo-Andrade, Doila Milagros Rosas-Jara, Wendy Mike Mines-Huaman, Luz Nathaly Capcha-Tucto, Carla Chavez-Chavez, Branco Benites-Mendoza, Maribel Sandoval- Tolentino, Carlos Alberto Pineda-Castillo, Jorge Cárdenas - Callirgos, Eric J. Wetzel (+1 others)
2021 Neotropical helminthology  
El objetivo de este trabajo fue evaluar la contaminación de parques públicos del distrito de Huánuco, Perú por huevos de Toxocara canis. En cada uno de los 11 parques fueron tomadas 32 muestras por lo que se evaluaron un total de 352 muestras de tierra en mayo y junio del 2014. La selección de los parques fue al azar. De cada parque se recolectó 2 a 3 kg de tierra, según el método de la doble "W". Se usó el método de flotación con solución saturada de azúcar. Se consideró positivo cuando se
more » ... ntró al menos un huevo de T. canis por parque evaluado. De los 11 parques muestreados se encontró huevos de T. canis en el 90,9%. Siete fueron las formas parasitarias acompañantes a T. canis en el suelo. La secuencia de prevalencia parasitaria presentó el siguiente orden descendente: T. canis > huevos tipo Strongylus de Ancylostoma caninum > larvas de A. caninum = Blastocystis hominis > Trichuris vulpis = Entamoeba sp. > Capillaria sp. = Balantidium coli. La riqueza parasitaria fue de 2,45±1,21 (1 a 4) parásitos·parque público-1. Se observó una correlación positiva significativa entre el área del parque público y la riqueza de parásitos·parque público-1. No se encontró asociación entre el estado de conservación del parque público y la positividad con T. canis. Un dendrograma de similitud de asociación de los parásitos presentes en los 11 parques públicos mostró una mayor asociación entre huevos tipo Strongylus y larvas de A. caninum. También una mayor similitud entre T. vulpis, B. coli, Entamoeba sp. y Capillaria sp. T. canis presentó la menor similitud con el resto de formas parasitarias. Se observó un aumento en la prevalencia de T. canis en comparación a la década anterior, así como la presencia de otros estadios infectivos de parásitos de importancia en salud pública. Las personas y especialmente los niños pudieran contaminarse durante su estadía en los parques públicos y deben tomarse medidas sanitarias para el control de esta zoonosis.
doi:10.24039/rnh201371949 fatcat:g5griunxwzbsfekyvbu57l2i5q

HPV-16 Infection Is Associated with a High Content of CD39 and CD73 Ectonucleotidases in Cervical Samples from Patients with CIN-1

María de Lourdes Mora-García, Sofía López-Cisneros, Vianey Gutiérrez-Serrano, Rosario García-Rocha, Benny Weiss-Steider, Jorge Hernández-Montes, Héctor I. Sánchez-Peña, Luis Roberto Ávila-Ibarra, Christian Azucena Don-López, Ricardo Muñóz-Godínez, Daniela Berenice Torres Pineda, Rommel Chacón-Salinas (+3 others)
2019 Mediators of Inflammation  
The development of cervical cancer (CeCa) is associated with high-risk human papilloma virus (HR-HPV) infections, mainly HPV-16, which is present in more than 50% of cases. The presence of immunosuppressive factors in the early stages of the disease is also strongly linked to CeCa progression. In this context, it is unknown whether ectonucleotidases CD39 and CD73, which are involved in the production of adenosine (Ado) that suppresses the specific antitumor immune response, are present in
more » ... sor lesions of CeCa. In this pilot study, we analyzed the presence of CD39 and CD73 and their capacity to generate Ado in 25 cervical samples from patients with grade 1 cervical intraepithelial neoplasms (CIN-1) and 25 samples from normal donors (NDs) free of HPV infection. Cells obtained from cervical samples of CIN-1 patients positive for HPV-16 showed higher CD39 and CD73 contents compared to samples obtained from CIN-1 patients negative for HPV-16 and NDs. Interestingly, solubilized cervical mucus from these patients also showed higher contents of soluble CD39 and CD73, which were associated with a greater capacity to produce Ado from the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and adenosine monophosphate (AMP). In addition, serum samples of these patients showed higher levels of TGF-β than those of CIN-1 patients negative for HPV-16 and ND. These results suggest that persistent infection with HR-HPV, mostly HPV-16, in CIN-1 patients may promote the expression of CD39 and CD73 through the production of TGF-β in precursor lesions to generate an immunosuppressive microenvironment and allow its progression to CeCa.
doi:10.1155/2019/4651627 pmid:31205451 pmcid:PMC6530152 fatcat:hxj2inozbjd2no3h2dzvu3tvk4

ADGRL3 (LPHN3) variants predict substance use disorder

Mauricio Arcos-Burgos, Jorge I. Vélez, Ariel F. Martinez, Marta Ribasés, Josep A. Ramos-Quiroga, Cristina Sánchez-Mora, Vanesa Richarte, Carlos Roncero, Bru Cormand, Noelia Fernández-Castillo, Miguel Casas, Francisco Lopera (+20 others)
2019 Translational Psychiatry  
Genetic factors are strongly implicated in the susceptibility to develop externalizing syndromes such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, and substance use disorder (SUD). Variants in the ADGRL3 (LPHN3) gene predispose to ADHD and predict ADHD severity, disruptive behaviors comorbidity, long-term outcome, and response to treatment. In this study, we investigated whether variants within ADGRL3 are associated with SUD, a disorder
more » ... t is frequently co-morbid with ADHD. Using family-based, case-control, and longitudinal samples from disparate regions of the world (n = 2698), recruited either for clinical, genetic epidemiological or pharmacogenomic studies of ADHD, we assembled recursive-partitioning frameworks (classification tree analyses) with clinical, demographic, and ADGRL3 genetic information to predict SUD susceptibility. Our results indicate that SUD can be efficiently and robustly predicted in ADHD participants. The genetic models used remained highly efficient in predicting SUD in a large sample of individuals with severe SUD from a psychiatric institution that were not ascertained on the basis of ADHD diagnosis, thus identifying ADGRL3 as a risk gene for SUD. Recursive-partitioning analyses revealed that rs4860437 was the predominant predictive variant. This new methodological approach offers novel insights into higher order predictive interactions and offers a unique opportunity for translational application in the clinical assessment of patients at high risk for SUD.
doi:10.1038/s41398-019-0396-7 pmid:30696812 pmcid:PMC6351584 fatcat:mglflmnbevdgbo4byvc3lledvm

Egresados 1861-1991, 130 años

Facultad de Ingeniería Universidad Nacional de Colombia
1992 Ingeniería e Investigación  
ELlECER ROMERO RAMIREZ JORGE ENRIQUE HERNANDEZ JOSE AGUSTIN PINEDA CRUZ JOSE ANTONIO ACUNA SALEN JOSE ARTURO CARDONA SALAZAR JOSE DARIO OBREGON FORERO JOSE G.  ...  REBOllEDO BRAVO JORGE EMILIO GALEANO FAJARDO JORGE VllLATE CASTilLO JOSE ARTURO lOPEZ RODRIGUEZ JOSE ARTURO lUNA GUZMAN JOSE BENJAMIN CARRillO ROJAS JOSE BONElOSORIO OSPINA JOSE DANllO ROJAS RODRIGUEZ  ... 
doaj:bf616e0b23614815afd6ab9d5937cfea fatcat:6e7m3wtj2jgmvp3vgl6rr7p5ta

Page 232 of National Union Catalog Vol. 118, Issue [page]

1942 National Union Catalog  
P64 2 Pineda Castillo, Manuel Antenio. Comentarios al Cédigo judicial, por Manuel Antoni C. ... Cartagena, Col., Impreso en los talleres de la Empresa editorial “E) Mercurio,” 1937. @, 2p 2 1.  ...  Guatemala, 1°57- 15-7713 Library of Congress F1466 EB 232 Pineda C , Manuel Antonio. Jorge Washington. Cartagena de Indias, de la Imprenta departamental, 1925 Linotipo 122 p. plates, ports. 238 1.  ... 

Page 347 of The Laryngoscope Vol. 70, Issue 3 [page]

1960 The Laryngoscope  
Oscar Gonzalez Castillo. SOCIEDADE DE OFTALMOLOGIA E OTORRINOLARINGOLOGIA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL. President: Dr. Ivo Adolpho Kuhl. Secretary: Dr. Decio Lisboa Castro. Treasurer: Dr. Jorge Valentin.  ...  Antonio Pineda M. SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE OTORRINOLARINGOLOGIA. Presidente: Dr. D. Adolfo Hinojar Pons. Vice-Presidente: Dr. D. Jose Perez Mateos. Secretario General: Dr. D. Francisco Marafiés.  ... 

Page 546 of The Laryngoscope Vol. 70, Issue 4 [page]

1960 The Laryngoscope  
Oscar Gonzalez Castillo. SOCIEDADE DE OFTALMOLOGIA E OTORRINOLARINGOLOGIA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL. President: Dr. Ivo Adolpho Kuhl. Secretary: Dr. Decio Lisboa Castro. Treasurer: Dr. Jorge Valentin.  ...  Antonio Pineda M. SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE OTORRINOLARINGOLOGIA. Presidente: Dr. D. Adolfo Hinojar Pons. Vice-Presidente: Dr. D. Jose Perez Mateos. Secretario General: Dr. D. Francisco Marafiés.  ... 

Page 692 of The Laryngoscope Vol. 70, Issue 5 [page]

1960 The Laryngoscope  
Oscar Gonzalez Castillo. SOCIEDADE DE OFTALMOLOGIA E OTORRINOLARINGOLOGIA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL. President: Dr. Ivo Adolpho Kuhl. Secretary: Dr. Decio Lisboa Castro. Treasurer: Dr. Jorge Valentin.  ...  Antonio Pineda M. SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE OTORRINOLARINGOLOGIA. Presidente: Dr. D. Adolfo Hinojar Pons. Vice-Presidente: Dr. D. Jose Perez Mateos. Secretario General: Dr. D. Francisco Marafiés.  ... 

Page 794 of Current World Leaders Vol. 31, Issue 7 [page]

1988 Current World Leaders  
Jorge Ramon HERNANDEZ ALCERRO Perm. Rep. to UN: Roberto Martinez ORDONEZ Political Parties: Natl.  ...  Adalberto DISCUA Culture and Tourism: Arturo RENDON Pineda Exec. Dir. of the Natl.  ... 
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