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|Title:||I did, I described, you followed, I observed your performance: does it change what I describe? [Hice, lo describí, lo seguiste, conocí tu ejecución: ¿cambia lo que describo?]|
Vazquez-Del Mercado, M.
|Abstract:||Citation Martínez-García EA, Chávez-Robles B, Sánchez-Hernández PE, Nuñez-Atahualpa L, Martín-Márquez BT, Muñoz-Gómez A, González-López L, Gómez-Nava JI, Salazar-Páramo M, Dávalos-Rodríguez I, Petri MH, Zuñiga-Tamayo D, Vargas-Ramírez R, Vázquez-Del Mercado M. IL-17 Increased in the third trimester in healthy women with term labor. Am J Reprod Immunol 2011; 65: 99-103Introduction The function, peripheral blood expression, and physiologic importance of IL-17 is not well established. Detection of IL-17 in sera and plasma samples from patients with pre-eclampsia has been reported with inconsistent results. To establish the l levels of the IL-17 at peripheral level, we studied prospectively a cohort of 13 healthy pregnant women.Objective To evaluate the changes in serum levels of IL-17 in healthy pregnant women in a prospective cohort.Material and Methods Thirteen healthy pregnant women were prospectively followed to evaluate serum levels of IL-17. Each patient was evaluated at each trimester. IL-17 levels were measured by ELISA. The statistical analysis was done using repeated measures anova and Bonferroni's multiple comparison test.Results IL-17 levels were significantly increased from first trimester with a mean of 14.61 up to 31.78 pg/mL at third trimester (P < 0.05), but when detectable, they were almost identical range in all trimesters.Conclusions We propose that IL-17 levels in healthy women are present with very similar range levels during the whole pregnancy but the average is increased during the third trimester maybe as a part of the complex network of cytokines as a result of implantation, fetal development, and labor process itself. " 2010 John Wiley & Sons A/S.",,,,,,"10.1111/j.1600-0897.2010.00893.x",,,"http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12104/42057","http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-78650981686&partnerID=40&md5=e0415ab1bf704c162b07d47ec9b2a095|
http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&CSC=Y&NEWS=N&PAGE=fulltext&D=medl&AN=20618180",,,,,,"2",,"American Journal of Reproductive Immunology",,"99
MEDLINE",,,,"Index Medicus;Adult;Female;Humans;Interleukin-17/bl [Blood];Pregnancy;Pregnancy Trimester, First/bl [Blood];Pregnancy Trimester, Second/bl [Blood];Pregnancy Trimester, Third/bl [Blood];Term Birth;Up-Regulation;Young Adult",,"Angiogenesis; Cytokine; IL-17; Maternal fetal interphase; Pregnancy",,,,,,"IL-17 Increased in the Third Trimester in Healthy Women with Term Labor",,"Article" "43810","123456789/35008",,"Jiménez-Hidalgo, I., Biotech. and Biochemistry Department, Ctro. Invest. y de Estud. Avanzados, IPN, Libramiento N. Carretera Irapuato-L., Irapuato, CP 36500, Mexico; Virgen-Calleros, G., Ctro. Univ. Cie. Biol. Agropecuarias, Carretera a Nogales Km 15.5, Jalisco, CP 45110, Mexico; Martínez-de La Vega, O., Genetic Engineering Department, Ctro. Invest. y de Estud. Avanzados, IPN, Libramiento N. Carretera Irapuato-L., Irapuato, CP 36500, Mexico; Vandemark, G., USDA-ARS, 24106 North Bunn Road, Prosser, WA 99350, United States; Olalde-Portugal, V., Biotech. and Biochemistry Department, Ctro. Invest. y de Estud. Avanzados, IPN, Libramiento N. Carretera Irapuato-L., Irapuato, CP 36500, Mexico",,"Jimenez-Hidalgo, I.
Martinez-de La Vega, O.
Olalde-Portugal, V.",,"2004",,"Agave tequilana is the raw material for the production of the alcoholic beverage tequila. A bacterial disease has affected the A. tequilana crop in recent years. Previous reports based on colony and cell morphology, Gram stain and potato rot indicated that Erwinia sp. is the main pathogen. We isolated a several bacterial isolates capable of producing soft-rot symptoms in greenhouse pathogenicity assays. An extensive characterisation involving pathogenicity tests, fatty acid profile, metabolic and physiological properties, ribosomal DNA sequence and intergenic transcribed spacer amplification (ITS-PCR) and restriction banding pattern (ITS-RFLP) was made of each isolate. Three different species: Erwinia cacticida, Pantoea agglomerans and Pseudomonas sp. were identified. Fatty acid and metabolic profiles gave low similarity values of identification but 16S rDNA sequence, ITS-PCR and ITS-RFLP confirmed the identification of E. cacticida. In the phylogenetic tree, E. cacticida from blue agave was grouped neither with E. cacticida type strains nor with Erwinia carotovora. This is the first report that associates E. cacticida with A. tequilana soft-rot symptoms.",,,,,,"10.1023/B:EJPP.0000019791.81935.6d",,,"http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12104/42031","http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-11144358151&partnerID=40&md5=05650d1ce17790a722ce2f617ec830d1",,,,,,"3",,"European Journal of Plant Pathology",,"317
WOS",,,,,,"Agave tequilana; Erwinia cacticida; Pantoea agglomerans; Pseudomonas sp.; Soft-rot",,,,,,"Identification and characterisation of bacteria causing soft-rot in Agave tequilana",,"Article" "43802","123456789/35008",,"Silva, L.H., Universidad de GuadalajaraGuadalajara, Mexico; Cisneros, M.C., Universidad de GuadalajaraGuadalajara, Mexico; Ortiz, G., Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones en ComportamientoGuadalajara, Mexico",,"Silva, L.H.
Ortiz, G.",,"2014",,"We have learned to describe everything we do to indicate the criteria guiding our behavior. These descriptions have a communicative function, since they may tell others what to do. Observing others follow our instructions may also influence the way we give new instructions. To determine whether observing a participant follow an instruction influences the way a new instruction is given, we performed an experiment with 20 participants divided into five groups (n=4). Each participant was faced with a second- degree matching-to-sample task. On completing the task, participants were asked to give an instruction to another participant (a confederate), who was then expected to perform the same task. Each participant received information on the confederate subject's performance and was asked to give a second description. The information received was analyzed to detect differences between the two groups. Participants in group 1 received no information whatsoever; group 2 received information on the percentage of correct responses; participants in group 3 were shown the confederate's performance in blocks of trials; group 4 observed a list of each trial with correct and incorrect responses, and group 5 observed the confederate's performance in real time. We found that the descriptions became more detailed, increasing in specificity and the number of words used, even in the group that received no feedback. We discuss the potential effect of feedback on the descriptions made with regard to specific instructions and the relevance of later descriptions. " 2014 Fundación Universitaria Konrad Lorenz.
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