Artículos en revistas indizadas: Recent submissions

  • Lee, Y.-M.; Handali, S.; Hancock, K.; Pattabhi, S.; Kovalenko, V.A.; Levin, A.; Rodriguez, S.; Lin, S.; Scheel, C.M.; Gonzalez, A.E.; Gilman, R.H.; Garcia, H.H.; Tsang, V.C.W. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2011)
    Diagnosis of Taenia solium cysticercosis is an important component in the control and elimination of cysticercosis and taeniasis. New detection assays using recombinant and synthetic antigens originating from the lentil ...
  • Veland, N.; Espinosa, D.; Valencia, B.M.; Ramos, A.P.; Calderon, F.; Arevalo, J.; Low, D.E.; Llanos-Cuentas, A.; Boggild, A.K. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2011)
    We hypothesized that Leishmania kDNA may be present in urine of patients with cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL). Urine samples and standard diagnostic specimens were collected from patients with skin lesions. kDNA polymerase ...
  • Sheen, P.; Ferrer, P.; Gilman, R.H.; Christiansen, G.; Moreno-Román, P.; Gutiérrez, A.H.; Sotelo, J.; Evangelista, W.; Fuentes, P.; Rueda, D.; Flores, M.; Olivera, P.; Solis, J.; Pesaresi, A.; Lamba, D.; Zimic, M. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2012)
    Pyrazinamidase of Mycobacterium tuberculosis catalyzes the conversion of pyrazinamide to the active molecule pyrazinoic acid. Reduction of pyrazinamidase activity results in a level of pyrazinamide resistance. Previous ...
  • Jimenez, J.A.; Rodriguez, S.; Gamboa, R.; Rodriguez, L.; Garcia, H.H. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2012)
    Twenty cases of Dyphillobothrium pacificum (fish tapeworm) infections were prospectively studied to determine whether this tapeworm is associated with megaloblastic anemia, as commonly reported for D. latum infections. The ...
  • Alva, I.E.; Orellana, E.R.; Blas, M.M.; Bernabe-Ortiz, A.; Cotrina, A.; Chiappe, M.; Kochel, T.J.; Carcamo, C.P.; García, P.J.; Zunt, J.R.; Buffardi, A.L.; Montano, S.M. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2012)
    Infections with HTLV-1 and -2 were detected in 12 (1.9%) and 6 (0.9%) indigenous individuals living in 27 Amazonian villages in Peru. All infections occurred in Shipibo-Konibo people. HTLV was more common among participants ...
  • Bounkeua, V.; Li, F.; Chuquiyauri, R.; Abeles, S.R.; McClean, C.M.; Neyra, V.; Llanos-Cuentas, A.; Yori, P.P.; Vinetz, J.M. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2011)
    Previous studies of Plasmodium vivax transmission to Anopheles spp. mosquitoes have not been able to predict mosquito infectivity on the basis of microscopic or molecular quantification of parasites (total parasites in the ...
  • Rocha, C.; Montoya, R.; Zevallos, K.; Curatola, A.; Ynga, W.; Franco, J.; Fernandez, F.; Becerra, N.; Sabaduche, M.; Tovar, M.A.; Ramos, E.; Tapley, A.; Allen, N.R.; Onifade, D.A.; Acosta, C.D.; Maritz, M.; Concha, D.F.; Schumacher, S.G.; Evans, C.A. (International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2011)
    Tuberculosis (TB) affected households in impoverished shantytowns, Lima, Peru. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate socio-economic interventions for strengthening TB control by improving uptake of TB care and prevention services. DESIGN: ...
  • Boccia, D.; Hargreaves, J.; Lönnroth, K.; Jaramillo, E.; Weiss, J.; Uplekar, M.; Porter, J.D.H.; Evans, C.A. (International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2011)
    Objective: To quantify the impact of cash transfer and microfinance interventions on a selected list of tuberculosis (TB) risk factors and assess their potential role in supporting TB control. DATA SOURCE: Published and ...
  • Sacsaquispe, S.-J.; Antúnez-de Mayolo, E.-A.; Vicetti, R.; Delgado, W.-A. (Medicina Oral S.L, 2011)
    Objectives: Among the diverse forms of amyloidosis, secondary type is the most frequent one. Diagnosis of amyloid deposition is based on the identification of the fibrillary protein amyloid by means of Congo Red (CR) or ...
  • Bravo Puccio, Francisco; Chian, Cesar (College of American Pathologists, 2011)
    Context: Acral lentiginous melanoma is the most prevalent clinical presentation of melanoma in ethnic groups other than whites and also occurs in significant numbers in North America and Europe. Despite a clear-cut clinical ...
  • Gutiérrez, A.H.; Spero, D.M.; Gay, C.; Zimic, M.; De Groot, A.S. (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    The field of "One Health" encourages researchers to collaborate across a wide range of disciplines to improve health at the animal-human- ecosystems interface. One Health recognizes the potential of emerging infectious ...
  • Lizardo Cruzado, D.; De La Jara, J.R.; Renzo Paima, R.; Miguel Sánchez, F. (Sociedad de Neurología, Psiquiatría y Neurocirugía, 2012)
    Cases of acute psychosis which during longitudinal follow-up did not meet criteria for schizophrenic psychosis or affective psychosis are common in clinical practice; however, those cases can be classified into diagnostic ...
  • Cruzado, L.; Vallejos, C.E. (Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2012)
    The use of drugs with α-adrenergic antagonistic effect is one of the most prominent etiologies of priapism. We report a 32-year-old schizophrenic male in treatment with risperidone who consulted in the emergency room for ...
  • de Sousa, J.D.; Alvarez, C.; Vandamme, A.-M.; Müller, V. (MDPI, 2012)
    HIV-1 M originated from SIVcpz endemic in chimpanzees from southeast Cameroon or neighboring areas, and it started to spread in the early 20th century. Here we examine the factors that may have contributed to simian-to-human ...
  • Long, K.Z.; Garcia, C.; Ko, G.; Santos, J.I.; Mamun, A.A.; Rosado, J.L.; DuPont, H.L.; Nathakumar, N. (Oxford University Press, 2011)
    Vitamin A supplementation is associated with divergent clinical norovirus (NoV) outcomes in Mexican children. Fecal cytokine concentrations following NoV genogroup infections among 127 Mexican children 5-15 mo old enrolled ...
  • Alave, J.; Bustamante, B.; Soto, L.; Cáceres, J.; Seas, C. (OLoeP, 2011)
    Billiary tract involvement in the course of disseminated histoplasmosis has been rarely reported. Here we present a severely immunosuppressed HIV-infected patient who presented with symptomatic acalculous cholecystitis ...
  • Apaza, S.; Espetia, S.; Gilman, R.H.; Montenegro, S.; Pineda, S.; Herhold, F.; Pomari, R.; Kosek, M.; Vu, N.; Saito, M. (MyJove Corporation, 2012)
    Noroviruses (NoVs) are the leading cause of outbreaks of sporadic acute gastroenteritis worldwide in humans of all ages. They are important cause of hospitalizations in children with a public health impact similar to that ...
  • O'Neal, S.E.; Townes, J.M.; Wilkins, P.P.; Noh, J.C.; Lee, D.; Rodriguez, S.; Garcia, H.H.; Stauffer, W.M. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2012)
    Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is a disease caused by central nervous system infection by the larval stage of the pork tapeworm, Taenia solium. In developing countries, NCC is a leading cause of adult-onset epilepsy. Case reports ...
  • Huamani, Charles; Gonzalez A, Gregorio; Curioso, Walter H.; Pacheco-Romero, Jose (Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2012)
    Background: International collaboration is increasingly used in biomedical research. Aim: To describe the characteristics of scientific production in Latin America and the main international collaboration networks for the ...
  • León, M.; Alave, J.; Bustamante, B.; Gotuzzo, E.; Seas, C. (OLoeP, 2012)
    We have read with interest the case report of severe gastrointestinal histoplasmosis in a patient infected with Human T lymphotropic virus-1 (HTLV-1) by Canelo Aybarand colleagues [1]. In this ...

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