Diana I Camacho

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Solution-processed amorphous oxide semiconductors (AOSs) are emerging as important electronic materials for displays and transparent electronics. We report here on the fabrication, microstructure, and performance characteristics of inkjet-printed, low-temperature combustion-processed, amorphous indium gallium zinc oxide (a-IGZO) thin-film transistors (TFTs)(More)
Lichen scrofulosorum is the most uncommon clinicopathologic variant of the tuberculids. Usually, the eruption appears in children and adolescents with strong immune sensitivity to Mycobacterium tuberculosis and consists of tiny follicular papules, closely resembling lichen nitidus. We report a case of lichen scrofulosorum in an adult male with active(More)
New models of care delivery have been developed to better coordinate and integrate healthcare for women. In the United States, one of the challenges is to incorporate the needs of racial and ethnic minority populations into these newer care paradigms. This paper begins with a brief historical review of the experience of racial and ethnic minorities in the(More)
Skin manifestations of immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome in response to highly active antiretroviral therapy may account for up to 50% of the clinical presentations in this syndrome. Viable or dying infective antigens, host antigens, tumoral antigens, and others may target immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome, resulting in a wide spectrum(More)
Late-onset focal dermal elastosis is a rare disorder of elastic tissue, characterized by a local accumulation of elastic fibers in the mid and deep reticular dermis. This disorder occurs mainly in elderly people and consists of multiple yellow papules that are typically distributed on the sides of the neck and flexural areas, closely resembling(More)
Silicone is one of the most widely used filler for facial cosmetic correction and soft tissue augmentation. Although initially it was considered to be a biologically inert material, many local and generalized adverse effects have been reported after silicone usage for cosmetic purposes. We present a previously healthy woman who developed progressive and(More)
J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 88, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 93, E-Suppl. 1/Poult. Sci. Vol. 89, E-Suppl. 1 1104 Effects of protease supplementation on growth performance of broilers fed corn-soy-DDGS based diets. F. Yan*1, L. Garibay2, J. Arce2, C. Lopez-Coello2, D. Camacho1, M. Vazquez-Anon1, M. Manangi1, N. Odetallah1, and S. Carter1, 1Novus International Inc.,(More)
The strain state of 1 and 2.5 nm thick GaN insertions in GaN/AlN nanocolumn heterostructures has been studied by means of a combination of high resolution transmission electron microscopy, Raman spectroscopy and theoretical modeling. It is found that 2.5 nm thick GaN insertions are partially relaxed, which has been attributed to the presence of dislocations(More)
Lipoatrophic panniculitis is the term used to describe those panniculitides in which atrophy of the subcutaneous fat is the main residual lesion. They can be classified as primary or secondary. Primary lipoatrophic panniculitis is idiopathic, whereas secondary lipoatrophic panniculitides include those because of infection, malignancy, pancreatic disorders(More)
Bulk cylinders of YBa/sub 2/Cu/sub 3/O/sub 7/-Y/sub 2/BaCuO/sub 5/ composites, up to 35.0 mm in diameter, have been melt-processed using MgO single crystals, Nd123 and Sm123 melt textured ceramics, as seeds. The influence of processing parameters has been examined in order to optimize the growth conditions. Polarized light microscopy, SEM and EDX, have been(More)