Mary Morrisey

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Teledermatology can be defined as the use of imaging and telecommunications technologies to provide skin care services at a distance. The potential value of teledermatology is especially great in rural and medically underserved areas that do not have, or cannot support, providers specializing in the diagnosis and management of skin diseases. Rural patients(More)
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is resistant to interferon-alpha (IFN-alpha) in some patients. The mechanism of this resistance is unknown. Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist (IL-1Ra) is induced by IFN-alpha and is a good indicator of IFN activity. In the current study, we compared IL-1Ra levels in rapid virologic responders and flat responders who showed(More)
The chemical, microbiological and sensory stability of a dried salted product prepared from sardines and cereals was evaluated during a 12-week storage period. The product is named NUTRIPEZ and was produced in 20 kg/lots, both with and without smoke treatment. The product was stored under both tropical and room conditions in Mexico City, and packaged in two(More)
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