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We have determined the percentage of alphabeta and gammadelta T cells by flow cytometry as well as serum interleukin-6 (IL-6) and soluble interleukin-6 receptor (sIL-6R) levels by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay in kidney allograft recipients with acute, chronic or stable graft evolution. The percentage of CD4 and CD8 T cells in transplanted patients was(More)
A nutritional inquest was carried out in 1857 children attending kindergartens in Córdoba, Argentina, in 1974. Determinations were made for the socioeconomical level each child belonged (NES) and clinical and anthropometric examinations. Nutritional inquests were carried out in 414 of these children, psychological examinations in 51, and biochemical(More)
Electronystagmography is one of the most widely used diagnostic studies for detecting balance dysfunction. There are various methods that can be used to carry out this diagnostic test, gyratory stimulation being the least invasive and most physiological for the patient. The procedure is based on measuring (analyzing) eye movements in search of certain(More)
There is an important jeopardizing factor for all nosological classificatory systems, in general Psychiatry as well as in child Psychiatry: the lack of a universally valid basis for defining concepts of "normal" and "pathological". Both stem from social patterns, values, culture and organization. Thus, they vary widely in different countries and(More)
Human action recognition fromskeletal data is an important and active area of research in which the state of the art has not yet achieved near-perfect accuracy on many wellknown datasets. In this paper, we introduce the Distribution of Action Movements Descriptor, a novel action descriptor based on the distribution of the directions of the motions of the(More)
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