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Foundations of a New Proposal for Querying Relational Databases and XML Documents [chapter]

Ana Fermoso García, María José Gil Larrea, Luis Joyanes Aguilar, Jesús Luis Díaz Labrador
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Today, a large amount of information has been stored in XML, which has become the most useful standard of data interchange in the web and ebusiness world. Nonetheless, a large quantity of information remains stored in Relational Databases. It is very important to be able to jointly manage these two data formats. One solution would be an integrated query model that would at the same time allow the query of a relational database and of XML data. Because of the growing number of applications that
more » ... ave to work in a web environment, the proposed system should use a query language based in XML and also return answers in the same XML format. After having made a detailed study, in this paper we make comparing different systems that link both, databases and XML. Besides, we propose a new system to overcome the limitations found in them.
doi:10.1007/3-540-45068-8_76 fatcat:iebop7mvi5frtophbcqirh5epi

Primary breast cancer and health related quality of life in Spanish women: The EpiGEICAM case-control study

Nerea Fernández de Larrea-Baz, Beatriz Pérez-Gómez, Ángel Guerrero-Zotano, Ana María Casas, Begoña Bermejo, José Manuel Baena-Cañada, Silvia Antolin, Pedro Sánchez-Rovira, Manuel Ramos Vázquez, José Ángel Garcia-Sáenz, Antonio Antón, Montserrat Muñoz (+13 others)
2020 Scientific Reports  
This study evaluates the impact of breast cancer (BC) in health related quality of life (HRQL) and in psychological distress (PD) during the initial phases of the disease and looks for contributing factors. A multicentric case-control study, EpiGEICAM, was carried out. Incident BC cases and age- and residence- matched controls were included. Clinical, epidemiological, HRQL (SF-36) and PD information (GHQ-28) was collected. We used multivariable logistic regression models to estimate OR of low
more » ... QL and of PD in cases compared to controls, and to identify factors associated with low HRQL and with PD. Among 896 BC cases and 890 control women, cases had poorer scores than both, the reference population and the control group, in all SF-36 scales. BC women with lower education, younger, active workers, never smokers, those with comorbidities, in stage IV and with surgical treatment had lower physical HRQL; factors associated with low mental HRQL were dissatisfaction with social support, being current smoker and having children. Cases had a fivefold increased odds of PD compared to controls. Managing comorbidities and trying to promote social support, especially in younger and less educated women, could improve well-being of BC patients.
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-63637-w pmid:32385335 fatcat:i7viunj6mnfgjowscr7qbdztmm

Increasing TIMP3 expression by hypomethylating agents diminishes soluble MICA, MICB and ULBP2 shedding in acute myeloid leukemia, facilitating NK cell-mediated immune recognition

Aroa Baragaño Raneros, Alfredo Minguela Puras, Ramon M. Rodriguez, Enrique Colado, Teresa Bernal, Eduardo Anguita, Adela Vasco Mogorron, Alberto Chaparro Gil, Jose Ramon Vidal-Castiñeira, Leonardo Márquez-Kisinousky, Paula Díaz Bulnes, Amelia Martinez Marin (+3 others)
2017 OncoTarget  
TACE activity assay The activity of TACE (ADAM17) was determined with the Sensolyte 520 TACE Activity Assay Kit (AnaSpec, San Jose, CA) using 20 µg of cell lysate proteins, according to the manufacturer's  ... 
doi:10.18632/oncotarget.16657 pmid:28404876 pmcid:PMC5458262 fatcat:gpam4ykhyvcanbu43iyvznoqq4

Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in Spain (ENE-COVID): a nationwide, population-based seroepidemiological study

Marina Pollán, Beatriz Pérez-Gómez, Roberto Pastor-Barriuso, Jesús Oteo, Miguel A Hernán, Mayte Pérez-Olmeda, Jose L Sanmartín, Aurora Fernández-García, Israel Cruz, Nerea Fernández de Larrea, Marta Molina, Francisco Rodríguez-Cabrera (+97 others)
2020 The Lancet  
Spain is one of the European countries most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Serological surveys are a valuable tool to assess the extent of the epidemic, given the existence of asymptomatic cases and little access to diagnostic tests. This nationwide population-based study aims to estimate the seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in Spain at national and regional level. 35 883 households were selected from municipal rolls using two-stage random sampling stratified by province and
more » ... ty size, with all residents invited to participate. From April 27 to May 11, 2020, 61 075 participants (75·1% of all contacted individuals within selected households) answered a questionnaire on history of symptoms compatible with COVID-19 and risk factors, received a point-of-care antibody test, and, if agreed, donated a blood sample for additional testing with a chemiluminescent microparticle immunoassay. Prevalences of IgG antibodies were adjusted using sampling weights and post-stratification to allow for differences in non-response rates based on age group, sex, and census-tract income. Using results for both tests, we calculated a seroprevalence range maximising either specificity (positive for both tests) or sensitivity (positive for either test). Seroprevalence was 5·0% (95% CI 4·7-5·4) by the point-of-care test and 4·6% (4·3-5·0) by immunoassay, with a specificity-sensitivity range of 3·7% (3·3-4·0; both tests positive) to 6·2% (5·8-6·6; either test positive), with no differences by sex and lower seroprevalence in children younger than 10 years (<3·1% by the point-of-care test). There was substantial geographical variability, with higher prevalence around Madrid (>10%) and lower in coastal areas (<3%). Seroprevalence among 195 participants with positive PCR more than 14 days before the study visit ranged from 87·6% (81·1-92·1; both tests positive) to 91·8% (86·3-95·3; either test positive). In 7273 individuals with anosmia or at least three symptoms, seroprevalence ranged from 15·3% (13·8-16·8) to 19·3% (17·7-21·0). Around a third of seropositive participants were asymptomatic, ranging from 21·9% (19·1-24·9) to 35·8% (33·1-38·5). Only 19·5% (16·3-23·2) of symptomatic participants who were seropositive by both the point-of-care test and immunoassay reported a previous PCR test. The majority of the Spanish population is seronegative to SARS-CoV-2 infection, even in hotspot areas. Most PCR-confirmed cases have detectable antibodies, but a substantial proportion of people with symptoms compatible with COVID-19 did not have a PCR test and at least a third of infections determined by serology were asymptomatic. These results emphasise the need for maintaining public health measures to avoid a new epidemic wave. Spanish Ministry of Health, Institute of Health Carlos III, and Spanish National Health System.
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(20)31483-5 pmid:32645347 pmcid:PMC7336131 fatcat:4z4ax3sfbjgclidlyycyzbpla4

Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness in Preventing Influenza A(H3N2)-Related Hospitalizations in Adults Targeted for Vaccination by Type of Vaccine: A Hospital-Based Test-Negative Study, 2011–2012 A(H3N2) Predominant Influenza Season, Valencia, Spain

Joan Puig-Barberà, Juan García-de-Lomas, Javier Díez-Domingo, Alberto Arnedo-Pena, Montserrat Ruiz-García, Ramón Limón-Ramírez, Silvia Pérez-Vilar, José Luis Micó-Esparza, Miguel Tortajada-Girbés, Concha Carratalá-Munuera, Rosa Larrea-González, Juan Manuel Beltrán-Garrido (+6 others)
2014 PLoS ONE  
Most evidence of the effectiveness of influenza vaccines comes from studies conducted in primary care, but less is known about their effectiveness in preventing serious complications. Here, we examined the influenza vaccine effectiveness (IVE) against hospitalization with PCR-confirmed influenza in the predominant A(H3N2) 2011-2012 influenza season. Methods: A hospital-based, test-negative study was conducted in nine hospitals in Valencia, Spain. All emergency admissions with a predefined
more » ... of symptoms were eligible. We enrolled consenting adults age 18 and over, targeted for influenza vaccination because of comorbidity, with symptoms of influenza-like-illness within seven days of admission. We estimated IVE as (1-adjusted vaccination odds ratio)*100 after accounting for major confounders, calendar time and recruitment hospital. Results: The subjects included 544 positive for influenza A(H3N2) and 1,370 negative for influenza admissions. Age was an IVE modifying factor. Regardless of vaccine administration, IVE was 72% (38 to 88%) in subjects aged under 65 and 21% (25% to 40%) in subjects aged 65 and over. By type of vaccine, the IVE of classical intramuscular split-influenza vaccine, used in subjects 18 to 64, was 68% (12% to 88%). The IVE for intradermal and virosomal influenza vaccines, used in subjects aged 65 and over, was 39% (11% to 58%) and 16% (239% to 49%), respectively. Conclusions: The split-influenza vaccine was effective in preventing influenza-associated hospitalizations in adults aged under 65. The intradermal vaccine was moderately effective in those aged 65 and over.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0112294 pmid:25392931 pmcid:PMC4230985 fatcat:ymsacr62nvfpxfexqtv7tggxgu

Tesis doctorales sobre Historia Contemporánea del País Vasco leídas en los años 1988 y 1989

José Luis de la Granja Sainz
2018 Historia Contemporánea  
Directora: María An- geles Larrea Sagarmínaga. AZCONA PASTOR, José Manuel: Los paraísos posibles: la emigración vasca a Argentina y Uruguay (1830-1900). Bilbao, noviembre 1990.  ...  Directora: María Angeles Larrea Sagarmínaga. ). Vitoria, junio 1990. Director: Juan Pablo Fusi Aizpurúa.  ... 
doaj:33f6600ed72a43138cefa4817071abef fatcat:pjgowy5cdbepvmvhscye7r73li

Algo más para la bibliografía de Yacob Abraham Yoná

Samuel G. Armistead, Joseph H. Silverman
1964 Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica  
RPM = JOSÉ MARÍA DE Cossío y TOMÁS MAZA SOLANO, Romancero popular de la Montaña, 2 tomos, Santander, 1933-1934-RQDB(I) MARÍA GOYRI DE MENÉNDEZ PIDAL, "Romances que deben buscarse en la tradición oral",  ...  RTO = JOSÉ MARÍA DE Cossío, Romances de tradición oral, Buenos Aires-México, 1947. RTR = SAMPEDRO y FOLGAR, CASTO y JOSÉ FILGUEIRA VALVERDE, Cancionero musical de Galicia, 2 tomos, Pontevedra, 1942.  ... 
doi:10.24201/nrfh.v17i3/4.1488 fatcat:3bofab7tvzhy3nmj4jhgcoadom

Noticias de la APFUE (mayo 2012 - abril 2013)

José M. Oliver
2013 Çédille: Revista de Estudios Franceses  
BERMEJO LARREA, Esperanza, J.  ...  BÁRDOSI, Vilmos y María Isabel GONZÁLEZ REY: Dictionnaire phraséologique théma- tique français-espagnol. Lugo, Editorial Axac, 2012. 72 pp. ISBN 978-84- 92628-19-0.  ... 
doaj:34aad76c39fa47e691800b5184925333 fatcat:4qlh5nd2kzeq5o4ct6k7okslby

Iker González-Allende (ed.), El exilio vasco: estudios en homenaje al profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta, Bilbao, Universidad de Deusto, 2016, 420 pp

Guadalupe Barrios Rivero
2018 Olivar: Revista de Literatura y Cultura Españolas  
La segunda parte de El exilio vasco, dedicada a los estudios de caso, recoge la producción y experiencia de Ernestina de Champourcin, María Luisa Elío, Carlos Blanco, Martín Ugalde, José Martín Elizondo  ...  , Eugenio Ímaz, Juan Larrea y Teodoro Olarte.  ... 
doi:10.24215/18524478e031 fatcat:tbff55wcfvfxzl67k7cqjyfsru

Iker Gonzalez-Allende. El Exilio Vasco. Estudios en homenaje al Profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta. Bilbao: Universidad de Deusto, 2016

Iker Arranz
2017 Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature  
Estudios en homenaje al Profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta. Bilbao: Universidad de Deusto, 2016.  ...  Estudios en homenaje al Profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta.  ...  José Angel Ascunce Arrieta has been exploring throughout his career.  ... 
doi:10.4148/2334-4415.1944 fatcat:iearz4cdfran3ard4kv4vgbkdy

El espíritu más allá de las leyes: orígenes constitucionales (y metafísicos) de la imaginación sociológica, después de 1815 [chapter]

Pablo Sánchez León
2017 Historia en fragmentos. Estudios en homenaje a Pablo Fernández Albadalejo  
¿Fue María Zayas feminista?  ...  Nota sobre una nota de Ramón Menéndez Pidal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 435 María Pilar Pérez Cantó: María Zayas y su tiempo.  ... 
doi:10.15366/hist.fragmentos2017.064 fatcat:ionhxpexgvb6jfm52m3m5yodq4

Page 103 of Hispania Vol. 41, Issue 1 [page]

1958 Hispania  
N.); “El tiempo y el arte en Leén,” by José Maria Moreno Galvan; “Leén en color (Fotos color, Lara y Bernardo)”; “Ala banza de la catedral de Leén,” by Eugenio de Nora (Dibujo de Fernando Saez); “Leon,  ...  ” by Eduardo Caballero Calde ron (the last two chapters from his recent book of the same title); “Asi es el baile espanol,” by Arcadio de Larrea.  ... 

Indice de la revista Taller

James KI. MacDonald
1963 Revista iberoamericana  
[Juan Larrea?)"  ...  Cabada, Juan de la, "Maria 'la voz ' ", VI (noviembre, 1939) , 24-43.  ... 
doi:10.5195/reviberoamer.1963.2079 fatcat:kfs5cpcplbgglej4l6anasesb4

González-Allende, Iker (Ed.): El exilio vasco. Estudios en homenaje al profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta, Bilbao, Deusto, 2016. 420 pp

David Mota Zurdo
2017 Cuadernos de Historia Contemporánea  
Estudios en homenaje al profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta, Bilbao, Deusto, 2016. 420 pp.  ...  El especialista en el exilio cultural vasco José Ramón Zabala RESEÑAS Cuad. hist. contemp. 39, 2017: 399-482  ...  , Martín Ugalde, José Martín Elizondo, Eugenio Ímaz, Juan Larrea y Teodoro Olarte.  ... 
doi:10.5209/chco.56292 fatcat:ygthato3bffvff4xn2rag65ime

Octavio Paz y José Bergamín: la historia de una colaboración

Carmen Domínguez Gutiérrez
2021 Caracol  
En 1941 la editorial Séneca de México fundada por José Bergamín, publicó, bajo la dirección del poeta Xavier Villaurrutia y con la colaboración de Octavio Paz, Emilio Prados y Juan Gil-Albert, Laurel,  ...  Pero es La disputa ya mencionada entre José Bergamín y Juan Larrea, además del enfrentamiento entre Neruda y Bergamín supuso una tercera enemistad: José Bergamín y León Felipe, que tomó partido por Larrea  ...  y Gil-Albert.  ... 
doi:10.11606/issn.2317-9651.i21p378-403 fatcat:eynqgqhdn5egjpy2f4mzo5723a
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