A. M. Trujillo

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Nuclear transfer experiments undertaken in the mid-80's revealed that both maternal and paternal genomes are necessary for normal development. This is due to genomic imprinting, an epigenetic mechanism that results in parent-of-origin monoallelic expression of genes regulated by germline-derived allelic methylation. To date, ∼100 imprinted transcripts have(More)
This paper presents a first approach to try to determine if a newborn will be macrosomic before the labor, using a set of data taken from the mother. The problem of determining if a newborn is going to be macrosomic is important in order to plan cesarean section and other problems during the labor. The proposed model to classify the weight is a Neural(More)
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