Ana C. P. Correia

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We report on a 54-year-old woman with Sneddon's syndrome manifested by livedo reticularis, fetal losses, hypertension, and high antinuclear antibody titres. At the age of 42 years she developed tremor of the trunk, limbs, and head only in the standing position that interfered with walking, followed some years later by cognitive decline and a parkinsonian(More)
Due to improved understanding of the role of bone morphogenetic protein 4 (BMP4) in an increasing number of diseases, the development of selective inhibitors of BMP4 is an attractive therapeutic option. The currently available BMP4 inhibitors are not suitable as therapeutics because of their low specificity and low effectiveness. Here, we compared newly(More)
This paper describes the implementation of a platform based on reconfigurable architecture and concepts of virtual instrumentation applied to the study of the hands-free driving problem. The novelty of this approach is the use of both reconfigurable systems (for developing the car's controller) and virtual instrumentation issues for developing a high-level(More)
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