Jose Luis Martinez

Jose Antonio Reales-Calderon1
Marco Rinaldo Oggioni1
1Jose Antonio Reales-Calderon
1Marco Rinaldo Oggioni
1Ian Morrissey
1Daniel Zulaica
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  • Ian Morrissey, Marco Rinaldo Oggioni, Daniel Knight, Tania Curiao, Teresa Coque, Ayse Kalkanci +1 other
  • 2014
To date there are no clear criteria to determine whether a microbe is susceptible to biocides or not. As a starting point for distinguishing between wild-type and resistant organisms, we set out to determine the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimal bactericidal concentration (MBC) distributions for four common biocides; triclosan, benzalkonium(More)
  • Paula Blanco, Sara Hernando-Amado, Jose Antonio Reales-Calderon, Fernando Corona, Felipe Lira, Manuel Alcalde-Rico +3 others
  • 2016
Bacterial multidrug efflux pumps are antibiotic resistance determinants present in all microorganisms. With few exceptions, they are chromosomally encoded and present a conserved organization both at the genetic and at the protein levels. In addition, most, if not all, strains of a given bacterial species present the same chromosomally-encoded efflux pumps.(More)
  • Sonia Fernández-Balbuena, María José Belza, Daniel Zulaica, Jose Luis Martinez, Henar Marcos, Benet Rifá +4 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Spain has implemented several in-pharmacy HIV testing programmes performed by pharmacists as part of their everyday routine. We aim to assess the feasibility and the main outcomes of three programmes implemented in three Spanish regions with different sociological profiles and also different epidemiology for HIV. METHODS The(More)
Methods for using the Torque® game engine to test the predictions of three optimal foraging models of human behavior are proposed. Traditional tests of Charnov's marginal value theorem, the diet breadth model and the effect of energy Budget manipulation on risky choice are translated into a virtual world programmable through Torque®. Use of immersive(More)
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