Juan A. Sepúlveda

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The novel (5Z)-2-methoxy-5-hexadecenoic acid (1) was identified in the phospholipids of the sponge Tethya crypta while the also novel acid (6Z)-2-methoxy-6-hexadecenoic acid (2) was found in the phospholipids of the Caribbean sponge Spheciospongia cuspidifera. The methoxy-fatty acids were mainly associated with phosphatidylethanolamine. The double bond(More)
PURPOSE In the macula, retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) are displaced from their receptive fields. We used optical coherence tomography (OCT) to customize displacements for individual eyes by taking into account macular shape parameters, and determined the likely effect of individual anatomical differences on structure-function mapping in the central visual(More)
The novel (5Z)-2-methoxy-5-hexadecenoic acid (1) was identified in the phospholipids of the spongeTethya crypta while the also novel acid (6Z)-2-methoxy-6-hexadecenoic acid (2) was found in the phospholipids of the Caribbean spongeSpheciospongia cuspidifera. The methoxy-fatty acids were mainly associated with phosphatidylethanolamine. The double bond(More)
PURPOSE Recently in glaucoma, different mapping schemes to combine structural and functional information within the macula have been proposed. This paper aims to investigate whether the changes in foveal shape parameters are important in the mapping between structure and function within the macular region. METHODS Twenty younger adults (aged 24- to(More)
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