• 18F-THK5351 PET imaging, neuropathology and clinical progression in a tau mouse model 

      Vegas-Gomez, Laura; Edwards III, George; Hasan, Omar; Gamez, Nazaret; Schulz, Jonathan; [et al.] (Alzheimer disease & Parkinson disease Conference 2021, 2021)
      Aims: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other associated dementias remain a consistent and unruly problem for the aging population and health. The neuropathology of AD is characterized by the extracellular deposition of ...
    • 2D Corrugated Magnesium Carboxyphosphonate Materials: Topotactic Transformations and Interlayer “Decoration” with Ammonia 

      Demadis, Konstantinos D.; Famelis, Nikos; Cabeza-Diaz, Aurelio; G. Aranda, Miguel Ángel; Colodrero, Rosario M.P.; [et al.] (American Chemical Society, 2012-06-29)
      In this paper we report the synthesis and structural characterization of the 2D layered coordination polymer Mg(BPMGLY)(H2O)2 (BPMGLY = bis-phosphonomethylglycine, (HO3PCH2)2N(H)COO2−). The Mg ion is found in a slightly ...
    • 2D-Delocalized vs Confined Diradicals 

      Casado-Cordon, Juan (2019-07-17)
      Diradicals are beautiful chemical objects where the more basic and intricate aspects of the chemical bonding are revealed.1 Not this being important enough, nowadays, diradical-based substrates are becoming very appealing ...
    • 3D hydrodynamic model as a tool for more efficient port management and operations. 

      Delgado, J.; Moreno-Navas, J.; García-Lafuente, Jesús; Calero Quesada, Maria Concepción; García, J.C. (2016-10-06)
      Ports have been attempting to increase their competitiveness by enhancing their productivity and operate in a more environmentally friendly way. The Port of Seville is located in the Guadalquivir River in the south of ...
    • The 40k used as tracer of saharan dust contributions 

      Perez-Martinez, Manuel; Dueñas-Buey, Mª Concepción; Cañete, Sergio; Gordo, Elisa; Cabello, María; [et al.] (2018-06-28)
      The present study is carried out in Málaga, frequently affected by intrusions of air masses with high concentrations of atmospheric particulate matter. 40K is a natural radionuclide and has been associated with the arrival ...
    • 90Sr uptake in the freshwater liverwort Riccia fluitans L. 

      Rubio, L.; Zapico, R.; Fernández, J.A. (2019-07-10)
      90Sr is a radioactive isotope of strontium produced by nuclear fission, with a half-life of 28.8 years. This artificial radioisotope is present in natural ecosystems as the results of radioactive fallout from nuclear weapons ...
    • A "quick look" at ultrafast ablation using fs-resolved phase-change microscopy 

      Carrasco-García, Irene María; Vadillo-Perez, Jose Miguel; Laserna-Vázquez, José Javier (2016-09-27)
      A pump-probe phase-change microscope with fs temporal resolution has been used to understand the transformation induced in the sample surface as a consequence of laser-matter interaction.
    • A bacterial acetyltransferase targets the protein kinase ZIP1, a positive regulator of plant immunity 

      Rufián, José S.; Rueda-Blanco, Javier; López-Márquez, Diego; Beuzon-Lopez, Carmen del Rosario; Ruiz-Albert, Francisco Javier (2016-06-27)
      Pseudomonas syringae is a model bacterial pathogen that penetrates the leaf to reach the plant apoplast, where it replicates causing disease. In order to do that, the pathogen must interfere and suppress a two-tiered plant ...
    • A bordo de un Buque Oceanográfico 

      Reul, Andreas; Muñoz, María (2014-12-04)
      La película trata del trabajo científico en campañas oceanográficas que se dedican al estudio del acoplamiento físico-biológico del ecosistema pelágico. Se muestra el trabajo rutinario de diferentes tareas a bordo como la ...
    • A central role for bifunctional aspartate/prephenate aminotransferase in the biosynthesis of amino acids in plant plastids. 

      El-Azaz, Jorge; Canovas-Ramos, Francisco Miguel; De la Torre, Fernando; Ávila, Concepción (2014-06-27)
      A central role for bifunctional aspartate/prephenate aminotransferase in the biosynthesis of amino acids in plant plastids. Fernando de la Torre, Jorge El-Azaz, Concepción Ávila, Francisco M. Cánovas Departamento de ...
    • A core collection of modified strawberry germplasm as a resource tool for funghi infection and fruit texture studies 

      Pineda, Hugo; Posé, Sara; Paniagua, Candelas; García-Gago, Juan Antonio; Pliego-Alfaro, Fernando; [et al.] (2013-09-24)
      Strawberry has been extensively used as a model organism for functional genomics of genes related with fungi infection (Amil-Ruiz et al, 2011) and fruit ripening, specially fruit texture (Posé et al, 2011). These studies ...
    • A course on Leavitt path algebras 

      Siles-Molina, Mercedes (2015-10-05)
      En este libro se tratan las nociones básicas relacionadas con dichas álgebras. Se ven ejemplos, se clasifican las de dimensión finita, se caracterizan las simples y las puramente infinitas simples, obteniéndose el principio ...
    • A developmental model for the pathogenenesis of cardiac arterio-ventricular fistulae 

      Palmquist-Gomes, Paul; Martín-Robles, José Carlos; Cano-Ballesteros, Sara; Guadix, Juan Antonio; Perez-Pomares, Jose Maria (2017-03-06)
      Coronary Artery Fistulae (CAF) are congenital coronary artery (CA) anomalies consisting of an abnormal communication of a coronary artery with either a cardiac chamber or a large cardiac vessel. Although their incidence ...
    • A factorial design for the evaluation of the optimal conditions for LiCoO2 particles dissolution 

      Acedo-Bueno, Luis Fernando; Cerrillo-Gonzalez, Maria del Mar; Villen-Guzman, Maria; Arhoun, Brahim; Paz-Garcia, Juan Manuel; [et al.] (2020-11-24)
      The hydrometallurgical leaching process for the recovery of valuable metals from the cathode active materials of spent lithium batteries was evaluated. Experiments were carried out using LiCoO2 which is one of the most ...
    • A model of maxilla resection to test new hybrid implants:macroporous titanium and tissue engineering elements 

      Santos-Ruiz, L; Monopoli, D; Yañez, Jl; Mentado, B; Ruiz, F; [et al.] (2015-07-23)
      Maxillary bone loss in commonly found in humans, due to bone ageing, tooth loos, periodontal disease and, more severely, to trauma, radiotherapy and tumor resection. Masillofacial reconstructive surgery is a still unmet ...
    • A model of neuroinflammation and demyelination by intracerebroventricular injection of microbial neuraminidase 

      Fernández-Llebrez, Pedro; Granados-Durán, Pablo; Gómez-Roldán, María del Carmen; Cifuentes, Manuel; Pérez-Martín, Margarita; [et al.] (2014-07-14)
      Neuraminidase from Clostridium perfringens, which cleaves terminal sialic acid from carbohydrate chains, was injected in the lateral ventricle of rats. It diffused in the ipsilateral ventricle, the third ventricle, and ...
    • A morphometric characterization of cranial shape in terrestrial carnivorans based on fourier analysis 

      Pérez Claros, Juan Antonio; Martín Serra, Alberto; Figueirido, Borja; Janis, Christine; Palmqvist, Paul (2013-11-08)
      A number of studies have shown that skull morphology reflects the ecological adaptations of terrestrial carnivores as well as their phylogenetic legacy. Here we use Fourier shape analysis for describing the dorsal outline ...
    • A multidisciplinary approach to investigate plant-pathogen interactions 

      Rufián Plaza, José Sebastián (Servicio de Publicaciones y Divulgación Científica, 2015)
      Pseudomonas syringae es una bacteria fitopatógena de gran interés tanto académico como económico, ya que afecta a gran variedad de cultivos hortícolas y ornamentales. Durante la interacción entre P. syringae y la planta ...
    • A network biology approach to novel therapeutic estrategies 

      Aloy, Patrick (2017-05-30)
      Network and systems biology offer a novel way of approaching drug discovery by developing models that consider the global physiological environment of protein targets, and the effects of modifying them, without losing the ...
    • A random walk to success 

      Nicholas, Hastie (2017-05-24)
      I have been so privileged and fortunate to have had such a long, enjoyable and fulfilling career in science. I will start the talk by reminiscing about my slow start with a rather mediocre performance in high school. I ...