David Roldan Martinez

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Recently, educational institutions largely adopted open source e-learning platforms. Several studies and comparisons between those platforms were conducted. However, these analyses were more focused into purely technical issues (standards support, development platform used, scalability, etc.) than into functional issues. It was noted that most of the(More)
Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies are becoming a commodity and, thus, genomic services delivered on line (e-genomics) is a growing market. This has led to the development of a plethora of tools traditionally covering only a small set of features of the process, though it's true than recently more complete tools have arisen. In such a scenario,(More)
African green monkeys (AGMs) are natural primate hosts of simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV). Interestingly, features of the envelope-specific antibody responses in SIV-infected AGMs are distinct from that of HIV-infected humans and SIV-infected rhesus monkeys, including gp120-focused responses and rapid development of autologous neutralization. Yet, the(More)
There is a new recognition that the gut microbiota, which consists of a dynamic community of intestinal bacteria, viruses, fungi, and archaea, can impact the development and function of humoral immunity and vaccine efficacy, opening the possibility of microbiome engineering for optimal immune response [1, 2]. In mouse studies, the gut microbiota was shown(More)
In the latter years, Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies cost decrease have increased the amount of information generated but also the complexity of managing this huge volume of data. Within this context, services and data integration are key when building new biological software or applying an existing one to a new environment. This paper(More)
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