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61. El ejército popular, vencedor en boyacá - Fride, Juan

62. Historia de la música vs. historia de los músicos - Bermúdez, Egberto

63. Aspectos médicos de la campaña libertadora de 1819 - Rosselli, Humberto

64. Fotosíntesis (divulgación científica) - Mora Osejo, Luis Eduardo

65. Una imagen del negro - Sharp, William Frederick

66. El espíritu deportivo - Abadía Morales, Guillermo

67. Tres etapas de la historia intelectual de colombia - Jaramillo Uribe, Jaime

68. La autobiografía espiritual de Jeronima Nava y Saavedra: historia de un yo fragmentado - Robledo, Ángela Inés

69. A atuação do Brasil frente à crise das Malvinas/Falklands (1982) - Walsh, Marcelo Vieira
Dissertação (mestrado)—Universidade de Brasília, Instituto de Ciências Humanas, Departamento de História, 1997.

70. Materiais e técnicas plásticas de divulgação científica em exposições de Museus Universitários de História Natural - Moraes, Renato de Carvalho
Dissertação (mestrado)—Universidade de Brasília, Instituto de Artes, Departamento de Artes Visuais, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Arte, 2014.

71. Recognition of heparan sulfate by clinical strains of dengue virus serotype 1 using recombinant subviral particles - Artpradit, Charlermchai; Robinson, Luke N.; Gavrilov, Boris K.; Rurak, Troy T.; Ruchirawat, Mathuros; Sasisekharan, Ram
Dengue is the most important arthropod-borne viral disease in humans, with an estimated 3.6 billion people at risk for infection and more than 200 million infections per year. Identification of the cellular receptors for dengue virus (DV), the causative agent of dengue, is important toward understanding the pathogenesis of the disease. Heparan sulfate (HS) has been characterized as a DV receptor in multiple model systems, however the physiological relevance of these findings has been questioned by observations that flaviviruses, including DV, can undergo cell culture adaptation changes resulting in increased binding to HS. It thus remains unclear whether HS is...

72. Coalescent-based Method for Learning Parameters of Admixture Events from Large-Scale Genetic Variation Data - Tsai, Ming-Chi; Blelloch, Guy; Ravi, R.; Schwartz, Russell
Detecting and quantifying the timing and the genetic contributions of parental populations to a hybrid population is an important but challenging problem in reconstructing evolutionary histories from genetic variation data. With the advent of high throughput genotyping technologies, new methods suitable for large-scale data are especially needed. Furthermore, existing methods typically assume the assignment of individuals into subpopulations is known, when that itself is a difficult problem often unresolved for real data. Here we propose a novel method that combines prior work for inferring non-reticulate population structures with an MCMC scheme for sampling over admixture scenarios to both identify population...

73. Classification and Natural History of the Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses - Mink, Jonathan W.; Augustine, Erika F.; Adams, Heather R.; Marshall, Frederick J.; Kwon, Jennifer M.
The neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses represent a group of disorders characterized by neurodegeneration and intracellular accumulation of an auto-fluorescent lipopigment (ceroid lipofuscin). Together, they represent the most prevalent class of childhood neurodegenerative disease. The neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses encompass several distinct biological entities that vary in age of onset, specific neurological phenotype, and rate of progression. In this review, we describe 9 major forms and present a classification scheme. Understanding the age of onset, clinical features, and natural history can inform rational diagnostics. Better knowledge the natural histories of these disorders is necessary to shed light on the underlying pathobiology and to...

74. Influenza H7N9 and H9N2 Viruses: Coexistence in Poultry Linked to Human H7N9 Infection and Genome Characteristics - Yu, Xinfen; Jin, Tao; Cui, Yujun; Pu, Xiaoying; Li, Jun; Xu, Jin; Liu, Guang; Jia, Huijue; Liu, Dan; Song, Shili; Yu, Yang; Xie, Li; Huang, Renjie; Ding, Hua; Kou, Yu; Zhou, Yinyan; Wang, Yayu; Xu, Xun; Yin, Ye; Wang, Jian; Guo, Chenyi; Yang, Xianwei; Hu, Liangping; Wu, Xiaopeng; Wang, Hailong; Liu, Jun; Zhao, Guoqiu; Zhou, Jiyong; Pan, Jingcao; Gao, George F.; Yang, Ruifu; Wang, Jun
Avian influenza virus A of the novel H7N9 reassortant subtype was recently found to cause severe human respiratory infections in China. Live poultry markets were suspected locations of the human H7N9 infection sources, based on the cases' exposure histories and sequence similarities between viral isolates. To explore the role of live poultry markets in the origin of the novel H7N9 virus, we systematically examined poultry and environmental specimens from local markets and farms in Hangzhou, using real-time reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR) as well as high-throughput next-generation sequencing (NGS). RT-PCR identified specimens positive for the H7 and N9 genomic segments in all...

75. Distinguishing Primary and Secondary Variants of Callous Unemotional Traits among Adolescents in a Clinic-referred Sample - Kahn, Rachel E.; Frick, Paul J.; Youngstrom, Eric A.; Youngstrom, Jennifer Kogos; Feeny, Norah C.; Findling, Robert L.
The current study used model-based cluster analyses to determine if there are two distinct variants of adolescents (ages 11 - 18) high on callous-unemotional (CU) traits that differ on their level of anxiety and history of trauma. The sample (n = 272) consisted of clinic-referred youths who were primarily African-American (90%) and from low income families. Consistent with hypotheses, three clusters emerged, including a group low on CU traits, as well as two groups high on CU traits that differed in their level of anxiety and past trauma. Consistent with past research on incarcerated adults and adolescents, the group high...

76. Neural Correlates of Impulsivity in Healthy Males and Females with Family Histories of Alcoholism - DeVito, Elise E; Meda, Shashwath A; Jiantonio, Rachel; Potenza, Marc N; Krystal, John H; Pearlson, Godfrey D
Individuals family-history positive (FHP) for alcoholism have increased risk for the disorder, which may be mediated by intermediate behavioral traits such as impulsivity. Given the sex differences in the risk for and clinical presentation of addictive disorders, risk for addiction may be differentially mediated by impulsivity within FHP males and females. FHP (N=28) and family-history negative (FHN, N=31) healthy, non-substance-abusing adults completed an fMRI Go/No-Go task and were assessed on impulsivity and alcohol use. Effects of family history and sex were investigated as were associations between neural correlates of impulse control and out-of-scanner measures of impulsivity and alcohol use. FHP...

77. Sex Differences in Resilience to Childhood Maltreatment: Effects of trauma history on hippocampal volume, general cognition and subclinical psychosis in healthy adults - Samplin, Erin; Ikuta, Toshikazu; Malhotra, Anil K.; Szeszko, Philip R.; DeRosse, Pamela
Recent data suggests that a history of childhood maltreatment is associated with reductions in hippocampal volume in healthy adults. Because this association is also evident in adults with psychiatric illness, it has been suggested that reductions in hippocampal volume associated with childhood maltreatment may be a risk factor for psychiatric illness. Such an interpretation suggests that healthy adults with a history of childhood maltreatment are more resilient to the effects of maltreatment. Current models of resilience suggest, however, that resiliency should be measured across multiple domains of functioning. The present study sought to investigate childhood maltreatment in relationship to hippocampal...

78. Historia general del desarrollo del comâercio y de la industria : recopilada en sus comienzos y adicionada hasta nuestros dâias / - Garcâia Gutiâerrez, Agustâin.
Mode of access: Internet.

79. De codicum antiquorum in quibus Plini Naturalis Historia ad nostra tempora propagata est fatis, fide atque auctoritate / - Fels, Albertus.
Mode of access: Internet.

80. Shakespeare as put forth in 1623. A reprint of William Shakespeares comedies, histories, & tragedies. Published according to the true originall copies. - Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Issued in 3 pts., 1862-1964.

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