An annotated checklist of the mosses of Europe and Macaronesia
The moss flora of Europe and Macaronesia comprises 278 genera, 1292 species, 46 subspecies and 118 varieties, which is strongly influenced by results of modern molecular methods, but there are still many remaining uncertainties, even at family level.
A taxonomic study of the genus Syntrichia Bird. (Pottiaceae, Musci) in the Mediterranean region and Macaronesia
- M. Gallego
- 1 August 2005
New Taxonomic Data on a Circum-Tethyan Group of Syntrichia (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta): the S. caninervis Complex
New taxonomic data are presented from a revision of the Syntrichia caninervis complex, based on morphological characters of about 180 samples, and seven taxa have been recognized.
Pylaisiaceae Schimp. (Bryophyta) revisited
2 new genera, Roaldia and Buckia, are described to accommodate the former Hypnum (Stereodon) species H. revolutum (Mitt.) Lindb.
An overview of Syntrichia ruralis complex (Pottiaceae: Musci) in the Mediterranean region and neighbouring areas
This work agrees with Zander (1989, 1993), Ochyra (1992) and Anderson (1997) that this combination of characters defining Syntrichia is sufficient to justify its segregation as a separate genus, and analyses of ribosomal DNA sequences support the segregation of syntrichia from Tortula.
Contribution to the bryophyte flora of Morocco: the Anti-Atlas catalogue
The bryophytes of the Anti-Atlas (Morocco) are catalogued and three are new records for Africa, including two for the Maghreb and one for Morocco.
Depigmented and Polymerised House Dust Mite Allergoid: Allergen Content, Induction of IgG4 and Clinical Response
- M. Gallego, V. Iraola, J. Carnés
- Medicine, BiologyInternational Archives of Allergy and Immunology
- 31 March 2010
The detection of allergen sequences suggests preservation of major and minor allergens in Dpg-Pol allergoids from house dust mites, and effectiveness in asthma treatment and the increase in specific IgG4 seem to be associated with the presence of major allergen extracts.
Evaluation of the potency of allergenic extracts by inhibition of IgG-antibody binding.
- L. Boluda, M. Gallego, M. L. González Romano, O. Cambra, L. Berrens
- Biology, MedicineBiologicals (Print)
- 1 June 1994
It is concluded that the inhibition of IgG-antibody binding presents a fast, reliable and low-cost alternative for the potency control of allergens used in clinical practice.
Enzymatic Activity in Body and Fecal Extracts of the Storage Mite Chortoglyphus arcuatus
- J. Carnés, M. Boquete, F. Carballada, V. Iraola, M. Gallego, E. Fernández‐Caldas
- Biology, MedicineInternational Archives of Allergy and Immunology
- 3 October 2007
Fecal extracts of C. arcuatus extracts contain several allergens and proteins with high enzymatic activity, especially in the feces, which confirmed that fecal extracts contain more hydrolytic enzymatics activity than body extracts.
New and interesting bryophyte records for Greece
This paper aims to demonstrate the efforts towards in-situ applicability of EMMARM, which aims to provide real-time information about concrete mechanical properties such as E-modulus and compressive strength.