Juan Carlos González Robles

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Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) has emerged as a powerful new DNA-typing tool for the evaluation of intraspecies genetic relatedness. This method relies on DNA sequence analysis of nucleotide polymorphisms in housekeeping genes and has shown a high degree of intraspecies discriminatory power for bacterial and fungal pathogens. However, the results of the(More)
A capillary zone electrophoresis (CZE) method has been developed to separate and quantitate naphazoline (NAPH), dyphenhydramine (DIP) and phenylephrine (PHE) in nasal solutions. Samples were diluted 1:25 in ultrapure water and injected at the anodic end. A central composite design has been used to optimise the experimental conditions for a complete and fast(More)
Multiple response simultaneous optimization by using the desirability function was used for the development of a capillary electrophoresis method for the simultaneous determination of four active ingredients in pharmaceutical preparations: vitamins B(6) and B(12), dexamethasone and lidocaine hydrochloride. Five responses were simultaneously optimized: the(More)
The purpose of this in vitro study was to determine the bonding qualities of three commercially available dentin bonding agents, namely Dentin Adhesit/Heliomolar, Creation Bond/Visar Fil and Scotchbond/P30. Microleakage tests and a scanning electron microscopy study of the interface between dentin and resin were performed. In eighteen specimens, the(More)
Two spectrophotometric methods, assisted by chemometric tools, were developed for the determination of theophylline in syrups: derivative spectroscopy (DS) and partial least-squares regression (PLS), the latter using both artificial and natural calibration sets. HPLC technique was employed to apply a reference method in order to achieve a complete(More)
The AAVMC has prioritized diversity as one of its core values. Its DiVersity Matters initiative is helping veterinary medicine prepare for the changing demographics of the United States. One example of the changing demographics is the growing Hispanic population. In 2013, the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences(More)