Jorge Infante

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OBJECTIVE FLRF (Rnf41) gene was identified through screening of subtracted cDNA libraries form murine hematopoietic stem cells and progenitors. Subsequent work has revealed that FLRF acts as E3 ubiquitin ligase, and that it regulates steady-state levels of neuregulin receptor ErbB3 and participates in degradation of IAP protein BRUCE and parkin. The(More)
This paper describes the implementation and deployment of a novel architecture for a metropolitan open wireless access network, shared among different service providers. A layered model that differentiates four different actors (user, Wireless Island, Neutral Operator and Service Provider) is introduced, and the mechanism to allow Service Provider selection(More)
The present article provides a literature review in the field of open access networks and points out additional strengths of infrastructure sharing in the advent a new wave wireless advances. The first part of the article summarizes different initiatives carried out both by researchers and practitioners around the globe. The focus is on finding(More)
This paper introduces a micropayment mechanism suitable for Wireless Internet Access Providers. It is proposed that the users obtain the credentials that allow them to surf the web after sending a Premium-rated SMS, thus avoiding a direct payment relationship between the user and the WISP. Mobile users are familiar with Premium SMS and consider them a(More)
Strawberry disease is a chronic, nonlethal skin condition that affects Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss in the United States and several European countries, where it is also known as red-mark syndrome. We provide the first identification and characterization of three strawberry disease outbreaks occurring at two aquaculture farms in southern Chile.(More)
Future broadband wireless services will involve a range of different technologies, all with varying characteristics. These differences can influence significantly how a service is defined and deployed as well as how it is commercially offered to customers. Key technologies and services that will influence and shape the future broadband telecommunication(More)
The stunning growth of WiFi networks, together with the spreading of mobile telephony and the increasing use of Voice over IP (VoIP) on top of Internet, pose relevant questions on the application of WiFi networks to support VoIP services that could be used as a complement and/or competition to the 2G/3G cellular networks. Voice has been, is, and will surely(More)
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