Laura Gil

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INTRODUCTION Parkinson's disease (PD) is characterized by the accumulation of abnormal α-synuclein in selected regions of the brain following a gradient of severity with disease progression. Whether this is accompanied by globally altered protein synthesis is poorly documented. The present study was carried out in PD stages 1-6 of Braak and middle-aged (MA)(More)
Ribosomes and protein synthesis have been reported to be altered in the cerebral cortex at advanced stages of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Modifications in the hippocampus with disease progression have not been assessed. Sixty-seven cases including middle-aged (MA) and AD stages I-VI were analyzed. Nucleolar chaperones nucleolin, nucleophosmin and(More)
Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2A (MEN 2A) is associated with specific germ-line missense mutations in the RET proto-oncogene. Only a minor fraction of human disorders are simple monogenic diseases, and the identification of polymorphisms that increase susceptibility, including variations in pathological phenotypes, to human diseases is one of the key(More)
OBJECTIVE The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) was developed as a simple screening tool for cognitive impairment. This study is the first validation in Latin America of the MoCA in Spanish (MoCA-S), which was developed in Colombia (South America). METHODS Aiming to perform the first validation of the MoCA-S, we developed a study of concordance by(More)
Yellow fever virus (YFV) belongs to the Flavivirus genus and causes an important disease. An alarming resurgence of viral circulation and the expansion of YFV-endemic zones have been detected in Africa and South America in recent years. NS5 is a viral protein that contains methyltransferase and RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) domains, which are(More)
Answering questions from texts are assessment and instructional activities that are frequently used in schools. Nevertheless, little is known about the strategic processes that students take while performing these tasks. We explored the amount and frequency that students initially read of a text before they answered questions pertaining to the material. In(More)
  • Luis Zarco, Laura Gil, Sonia Patricia Millán, Felipe Pretelt Síndrome, Felipe Pretelt, Felipe Pretelt
  • 2012
RESUMEN A continuación, se presenta un paciente de 66 años con alteración en los movimientos oculares, asociado a mio-clonías, disartria y ataxia cerebelosa, secundario a un proceso parainfeccioso por citomegalovirus. Posteriormente, se revisa la fisiopatología del síndrome de opsoclonus – mioclonus – ataxia, las etiologías del mismo y las opciones(More)
In this paper we describe a new version of a former paper-and-pencil standardized comprehension test called Test of Comprehension Processes (Vidal-Abarca, Gilabert, Martínez, & Sellés, 2007). The new version has been adapted to a computer-based environment based on the moving window technique. It can be used to assess comprehension strategies of students(More)
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