E. Echeverría

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The Cultural Heritage has been usually studied from an objective perspective, using the objective data that can be collected through quantitative methods as the photogrammetry or the topographical measurements. But the study of the Cultural Heritage has also other perceptive dimensions-not just the visual ones-that must be considered when the final target(More)
Anti-mitotic therapies have been considered a hallmark in strategies against abnormally proliferating cells. Focusing on the extensively studied family of thiosemicarbazone (TSC) compounds, we have previously identified 4,4'-dimethoxybenzophenone thiosemicarbazone (T44Bf) as a promising pharmacological compound in a panel of human leukemia cell lines (HL60,(More)
The auditory brainstem response generated by clicks was studied in 119 normal newborns. One ear was studied in detail at 20, 40 and 60 dBnHL, the other at 20 and 30 dBnHL, increasing the intensity if no response was found. The latency for waves I, III and V in the detailed studied ear was 2.7 +/- .39, 5.4 +/- .44 and 7.7 +/- .48, respectively. 85% of(More)
1. Currents ranging between 10 and 50 nA were passed during ten minutes through 0,02 M kanamycin (KM) filled micropipettes with tips submerged in 25 microliters of KCl 0,15 M. 2. The amount of KM released was measured by radioimmunoassay. 3. It was found that the amount of kanamycin released could be computed by the equation y = 0,16x + 0,59; where "x"(More)
Cochlear microphonic (CM) responses to acoustic transient stimuli were studied at the three more basal turns of the cochlea in the guinea pig. The responses to rarefaction and condensation pressure pulses of less than 100-mus duration were recorded using the differential electrode technique. In some animals the CM response to pure tones was recorded at the(More)
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