Gabriel González

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Approximately 100,000 individuals in the United States currently await kidney transplantation, and 400,000 individuals live with end-stage kidney disease requiring hemodialysis. The creation of a transplantable graft to permanently replace kidney function would address donor organ shortage and the morbidity associated with immunosuppression. Such a(More)
Displacement costs are significant and large in the U.S., but recent studies from developed countries suggest that this experience may not be universal. While comparing results across countries helps identify sources of these differences, developing countries (potentially most different from the U.S.) rarely appear in the literature because the data(More)
In spite of the great popularity which mobile devices have in our days, the Internet access through these devices is extremely limited. This must to that Web sites have not been developed taking into account the characteristics and limitations of mobile devices. Thus for example, screen restrictions, low capacity of memory and storage, high costs of(More)
Clinical depression is frequently unrecognized, even in health care settings. This study (a) reports high levels of major depressive episodes (MDEs) and depressive symptoms in a public sector women's clinic, (b) compares computerized voice recognition with live interviews, and (c) compares Spanish and English versions of the depression-screening(More)
Caching and Prefetching are the two approaches for Web Caching. Again Web caching is a technology to reduce the response time, bandwidth uses and improving the network traffic etc. Web Prefetching tries to put the future used web objects into cache with higher probability of cache hit. In Web caching, Cache replacement algorithm is the core of it. So, good(More)
In this article nickel interdigital capacitors were fabricated on top of silicon substrates. The capacitance of the interdigital capacitor was optimized by coating the electrodes with a 60 nm layer of HfO2. An analytical solution of the capacitance was compared to electromagnetic simulations using COMSOL and with experimental measurements. Results show that(More)
Following displacement, otherwise identical workers have experienced negative (United States), zero (United States), or positive (France, Germany) wage changes. Institutions, inequality, and labor market conditions might explain these differences, but no study explains this heterogeneity by directly "testing" competing explanations using the same data set(More)
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