Pedro Borges-Landaéz

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—Toe-clipping has been widely used for individual identification of amphibians and reptiles. It is costless and easy to apply and read. An animal’s locomotor speed may affect its ability to acquire food, to avoid predation, and to achieve a high social status. Thus, it is of interest to determine whether toe-clipping affects the running speed of lizards.(More)
BACKGROUND The spectrum of human non-pylori Helicobacter infections is expanding, with species such as H. heilmannii and H. felis occasionally being associated with gastritis. However, the existence of non-pylori Helicobacter colonization in asymptomatic subjects has not been evaluated. The aim of this study was to investigate whether Helicobacter species(More)
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