Monica Fernandez Perez

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Acknowledgements: We would like to thank the following people who have been involved in pilot testing and translations: 1 Co-authors after the first author are listed alphabetically; they all contributed equally to the article. Please note that this list indicates the collaborators' current affiliations, which are not always the universities at which the(More)
This paper presents a novel concept in home and access network architectures based on the virtualization within the service provider network of the layer-3 home routing gateway functionality. This new paradigm aims to diminish service providers' capital and operational expenditures in home equipment associated to the deployment of services for residential(More)
3 You are Lover of word you write book one day — anonymous fortune cookie, 2007 4 Acknowledgements To my supervisors, for their high agreement. To my grand/step/parents and the rest of my modestly-sized family, ever-willing to be more supportive than simply baffled. To my colleagues at the EMNLP@CPH research team, for all their help. The name is lame but(More)
Severe cases after pH1N1 infection are consequence of interstitial pneumonia triggered by alveolar viral replication and an exacerbated host immune response, characterized by the up-regulation of pro-inflammatory cytokines and the influx of inflammatory leukocytes to the lungs. Different lung cell populations have been suggested as culprits in the(More)
G-protein-gated inwardly rectifying K(+) channels (GIRKs; also called Kir3) are a family of K(+) channels, which are activated (opened) via a signal transduction cascade starting with ligand-stimulated G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). Four GIRK genes have been identified (GIRK1-4). GIRK4 (Kir3.4) has a role in regulating energy homeostasis, since mice(More)
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