Tamara L Rodríguez

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Current procedures for the detection and identification of bacterial infections are laborious, time-consuming, and require a high workload and well-equipped laboratories. Therefore the work presented herein developed a simple, fast, and low cost method for bacterial detection based on hydroxyapatite nanoparticles with a nutritive mixture and the fluorogenic(More)
Victoria. His primary research and practice interests are in LGBT issues in counseling, consultation, and counselor education best practices. Perera-Diltz, Dilani M., is an Assistant Professor of counseling at Cleveland State University. Her primary research and practice interests are in assessment, trauma, and school counselor issues. Rodriguez, Tamara, is(More)
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