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BACKGROUND AND AIM Safety and efficacy of intravenous thrombolysis in stroke patients with recent transient ischemic attack are hotly debated. Patients suffering transient ischemic attack may present with diffusion-weighted imaging lesions, and although normal computed tomography would not preclude thrombolysis, the concern is that they may be at higher(More)
Peaches with low acidity are preferred in the market and this trait is usually selected in commercial breeding programs. A major gene (D/d) has been described for this character located on linkage group 5 of peach, where the low acid character is determined by the dominant D allele. In this paper, we analyze a collection of 231 varieties and 542 offspring(More)
The red skin color desired by most apple consumers is not easy to achieve in warm climates, as the expression of MYB10, which regulates red pigmentation in apple, is influenced negatively by high temperatures. We describe the development and validation of a genetic marker for red skin coloration that effectively predicts color in a warm summer environment(More)
BACKGROUND Information is scare regarding the safety of intravenous thrombolysis in patients under anticoagulant treatment, given that this is an exclusion criterion in clinical trials. We analyzed the risk of hemorrhagic complications following thrombolysis in patients under treatment with low-molecular-weight heparins (LMWH) and oral anticoagulants (OA).(More)
Background and Purpose. Intravenous thrombolysis using tissue plasminogen activator is safe and probably effective in patients >80 years old. Nevertheless, its safety has not been specifically addressed for the oldest old patients (≥85 years old, OO). We assessed the safety and effectiveness of thrombolysis in this group of age. Methods. A prospective(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Alteplase licensing approval in Europe does not advocate intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) for diabetic ischaemic stroke (IS) patients with previous cerebral infarction (PCI). Our aim was to assess whether concomitant diabetes mellitus (DM) and PCI are associated with symptomatic intracerebral haemorrhage (SICH) and poor outcome after(More)
For a non IT expert to use services in the Cloud is more natural to negotiate the QoS with the provider in terms of service-level metrics --e.g. job deadlines-- instead of resource-level metrics --e.g. CPU MHz. However, current infrastructures only support resource-level metrics --e.g. CPU share and memory allocation-- and there is not a well-known(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Endovascular therapies in acute ischaemic stroke may offer benefits to patients that are not eligible for standard use of intravenous tissue activator plasminogen (iv t-PA) or when this is not effective. Our aim is to present the initial experience in with endovascular techniques in the Community of Madrid. METHODS We present data(More)
Companies are currently turning to the use of web applications offered as Cloud services, expecting a certain QoS expressed by means of a maximum response time. Virtual Machines hosting these applications may vary their resource allotment as a consequence of a variation in the incoming workload intensity to guarantee the agreed response time. This allotment(More)
The gluthatione transferase activity has been studied in liver biopsies from patients suffering with different hepatic lesion and related to the bromsulphalein (BSP) maximal transport (MT) and the conjugated dye present in serum. Results prove that the MT of BSP is independent of the enzyme activity, but is correlated to the conjugated BSP present in serum(More)