Gilberto F. Mota

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MiRNAs regulate cardiac development, hypertrophy, and angiogenesis, but their role in cardiac hypertrophy (CH) induced by aerobic training has not previously been studied. Aerobic training promotes physiological CH preserving cardiac function. This study assessed involvement of miRNAs-29 in CH of trained rats. Female Wistar rats (n=7/group) were randomized(More)
Conventional object-oriented design methodologies lead to a hierarchy of classes, but do not suggest which classes/objects should be loaded on which processors in a distributed system. We present the Decomposition Cost Evaluation Model (DCEM) as an approach to this problem. DCEM brings the mapping problem to a higher level of abstraction where the question(More)
Although Ada supports concurrency and can thus be used as a concurrent programming language, it is not generally considered to be an object-oriented programming language. Classic-Ada is a preprocessor which adds the concepts of classes, inheritance, and dynamic binding to the Ada language. Classic-Ada is not billed as a concurrent object-oriented(More)
U. P. R. Soci, T. Fernandes, N. Y. Hashimoto, G. F. Mota, M. A. Amadeu, K. T. Rosa, M. C. Irigoyen, M. I. Phillips, and E. M. Oliveira Laboratory of Biochemistry of the Motor Activity, School of Physical Education and Sport, Hypertension Unit, Heart Institute (InCor), School of Medicine, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Laboratory of Stem(More)
We and others have previously shown that some microorganisms, including bacteria, express on their surfaces receptors that specifically recognize extracellular matrix proteins, such as laminin, fibronectin, or both. The ability of microorganisms to adhere and to invade might depend on the existence of receptors which could, thus, be correlated with(More)
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