Rodrigo Martinez

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Central nervous system (CNS) development is highly guided by microenvironment cues specially provided by neuron-glia interactions. By using a transgenic mouse bearing part of the gene promoter of the astrocytic maturation marker GFAP (glial fibrillary acidic protein) linked to the beta-galactosidase (beta-Gal) reporter gene, we previously demonstrated that(More)
  • Jaime Villegas, Veronica Burzio, Claudio Villota, Eduardo Landerer, Ronny Martinez, Marcela Santander +6 others
  • 2007
Previously, we reported the presence in mouse cells of a mitochondrial RNA which contains an inverted repeat (IR) of 121 nucleotides (nt) covalently linked to the 5' end of the mitochondrial 16S RNA (16S mtrRNA). Here, we report the structure of an equivalent transcript of 2374 nt which is over-expressed in human proliferating cells but not in resting(More)
We present a description of our approach for the " Bird task Identification LifeCLEF 2014 ". Our approach consists of four stages: (1) a filtering stage for the filtering of audio bird recordings; (2) segmentation stage for the extraction of syllables; (3) a candidate generation based on HOG features from the syllables using SVM; and (4) a species(More)
This paper presents our experience implementing three approaches for the 'PAN 2014 Author Identification' [3,1] task using the same representation for the author's style. Two of our approaches extend previous successful approaches: naive Bayes [4] and impostor [8] methods. The third approach is based on original research on sparse representation for text(More)
Cerebellar development in the postnatal period is mainly characterized by an intense cellular proliferation in the external granular layer, followed by migration of granular cells in the molecular layer along the Bergmann glia (BG) fibers. Cerebellar ontogenesis undergoes dramatic modulation by thyroid hormones (THs), although their mechanism of action in(More)
Extracellular and intraneuronal formation of amyloid-beta (Abeta) deposits have been demonstrated to be involved in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease (AD). However, the precise mechanism of Abeta neurotoxicity is not completely understood. Previous studies suggest that binding of Abeta with a number of targets have deleterious effects on cellular(More)
In this work we will study the problem of the design of the "Integration Model for Distributed Database System". We particularly design the canonical model through the ontological handling of the information. The ontology is designed in a way that allows the description of a database like a set of representative terms of its different components. In this(More)
Granule cells (GC) are the most numerous glutamatergic neurons in the cerebellar cortex and represent almost half of the neurons of the central nervous system. Despite recent advances, the mechanisms of how the glutamatergic synapses are formed in the cerebellum remain unclear. Among the TGF-β family, TGF-beta 1 (TGF-β1) has been described as a synaptogenic(More)
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