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  • Moro, Lucía Natalia; Amín, Guadalupe; Furmento, Verónica A.; Waisman, Ariel; Neiman, Gabriel; La Greca, Alejandro; Santín Velazque, Natalia Lucía; Luzzani, Carlos Daniel; Sevlever, Gustavo Emilio; Vichera, Gabriel; Miriuka, Santiago Gabriel (Csiro Publishing, 2018-12-03)
    Cell reprogramming has been well described in mouse and human cells. The expression of specific microRNAs has demonstrated to be essential for pluripotent maintenance and cell differentiation, but not much information is ...
  • Aybar, Florencia; Pérez, María Julia; Marcora, María Silvina; Samman, María Eugenia; Marrodán, Mariano; Pasquini, Juana María; Correale, Jorge (Elsevier Science, 2022-01-29)
    Cladribine (2CdA) is a synthetic chlorinated purine nucleoside analogue which acts as a pro-drug requiring intracellular phosphorylation to be activated. It is biologically active in selected cell types, which results in ...
  • Yorio, Florencia; Arakaki, Naomi; Alessandro, Lucas; Palomar, Nicolás; Diez, Blanca; Muggeri, Alejandro (ESMO, 2024-03)
    Background Ewing Sarcoma (ES) tumors are malignant tumors mainly affecting pediatric patients. Extra-osseous primary sites are infrequent, being central nervous system (CNS)-ES extremely rare. Diverse differential ...
  • Gentile, Luca; Coelho, Teresa; Dispenzieri, Angela; Conceição, Isabel; Waddington-Cruz, Márcia; Kristen, Arnt; Wixner, Jonas; Diemberger, Igor; Gonzalez-Moreno, Juan; Cariou, Eve; Maurer, Mathew S.; Planté-Bordeneuve, Violaine; Garcia-Pavia, Pablo; Tournev, Ivailo; Gonzalez-Costello, Jose; Gonzalez Duarte, Alejandra; Grogan, Martha; Mazzeo, Anna; THAOS investigators; Barroso, Fabio Adrián (BioMed Central, 2023-11-10)
    Background: Transthyretin amyloidosis (ATTR amyloidosis) is a progressive, multisystemic, life-threatening disease resulting from the deposition of variant or wild-type (ATTRwt amyloidosis) transthyretin amyloid fibrils ...
  • Zarate, María Agustina; Marrodán, Mariano; Piedrabuena, María Agustina; Fiol, Marcela Paula; Ysrraelit, María Célica; Correale, Jorge (American Academy of Neurology, 2024-04-09)
    Objective: To analyze characteristics of patients with secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS) exhibiting Progression Independent of Relapse Activity (PIRA) and to identify factors contributing to earlier ...
  • Möbbs, Alan Miqueas; Garate, Ximena; Scarafia, María Agustina; Colli, Carolina; Moro, Lucía Natalia; Luzzani, Carlos Daniel; Waisman, Ariel; La Greca, Alejandro; Miriuka, Santiago Gabriel (Fundación Revista Medicina, 2021-11)
  • Chrem Méndez, Patricio Alexis; Vázquez, Silvia (Universidad de la Costa, 2020-12-07)
    The purpose of these images is to extol the biological perspective from the clinical setting perspective of a typical AD case. This participant was profoundly studied and also followed-up for five years in the study ADNI- ...
  • Pergola, Giulio; Rampino, Antonio; Sportelli, Leonardo; Borcuk, Christopher James; Passiatore, Roberta; Di Carlo, Pasquale; Marakhovskaia, Aleksandra; Fazio, Leonardo; Amoroso, Nicola; Castro, Mariana Nair; Domenici, Enrico; Gennarelli, Massimo; Khlghatyan, Jivan; Christos Kikidis, Gianluca; Lella, Annalisa; Magri, Chiara; Monaco, Alfonso; Papalino, Marco; Parihar, Madhur; Popolizio, Teresa (Elsevier, 2023-11-22)
    Background: miR-137 is a microRNA involved in brain development, regulating neurogenesis and neuronal maturation. Genome-wide association studies have implicated miR-137 in schizophrenia risk but do not explain its involvement ...
  • Acosta-Uribe, Juliana; Aguillón, David; Cochran, J. Nicholas; Giraldo, Margarita; Madrigal, Lucía; Killingsworth, Bradley W.; Singhal, Rijul; Labib, Sarah; Alzate, Diana; Velilla, Lina M.; Moreno, Sonia; García, Gloria P.; Saldarriaga, Amanda; Piedrahita, Francisco; Hincapié, Liliana; López, Hugo E.; Perumal, Nithesh; Surace, Ezequiel Ignacio; Itzcovich, Tatiana; Allegri, Ricardo Francisco (BioMed Central, 2022-03-08)
    Background: The Colombian population, as well as those in other Latin American regions, arose from a recent tri-continental admixture among Native Americans, Spanish invaders, and enslaved Africans, all of whom passed ...
  • Giovannoni, Gavin; Boyko, Alexey; Correale, Jorge; Edan, Gilles; Freedman, Mark S.; Montalban, Xavier; Rammohan, Kottil; Stefoski, Dusan; Yamout, Bassem; Leist, Thomas; Aydemir, Aida; Borsi, Laszlo; Verdun di Cantogno, Elisabetta (Future Medicine, 2023-08-03)
    What is this summary about?: Previous studies have shown that people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) treated with cladribine tablets have fewer relapses (where new symptoms occur or existing symptoms get worse for 24 ...
  • Quintero Rincón, Antonio; D'Giano, Carlos; Batatia, Hadj (Editorial Department of the Journals of Nanjing Medical University, 2019-08-28)
    The two-point central difference is a common algorithm in biological signal processing and is particularly useful in analyzing physiological signals. In this paper, we develop a model-based classification method to detect ...
  • Lopera, Francisco; Custodio, Nilton; Rico-Restrepo, Mariana; Allegri, Ricardo Francisco; Barrientos, José Domingo; Garcia Batres, Estuardo; Calandri, Ismael Luis; Calero Moscoso, Cristian; Caramelli, Paulo; Duran Quiroz, Juan Carlos; Jansen, Angela Marie; Mimenza Alvarado, Alberto José; Nitrini, Ricardo; Parodi, Jose F.; Ramos, Claudia; Slachevsky, Andrea; Dozzi Brucki, Sonia María (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2023-07-11)
    Alzheimer's disease (AD) represents a substantial burden to patients, their caregivers, health systems, and society in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). This impact is exacerbated by limited access to diagnosis, ...
  • Castro, Mariana Nair; Bocaccio, Hernán; De Pino, Gabriela; Sánchez, Stella Maris; Wainsztein, Agustina Edith; Drucaroff, Lucas J.; Costanzo, Elsa; Crossley, Nicolas; Mirta Fabiana, Villarreal; Guinjoan, Salvador Martín (Elsevier, 2023-02-15)
    Recent functional imaging studies in schizophrenia consistently report a disruption of brain connectivity. However, most of these studies analyze the brain connectivity during resting state. Since psychological stress is ...
  • Iturry, Mónica; Leis, Adriana; Allegri, Ricardo Francisco (Fundación Aiglé, 2019-08)
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  • Negrotto, Laura; Marrodán, Mariano; Fiol, Marcela Paula; Gaitán, María Inés; Ysrraelit, María Célica; Vrech, Carlos; Pappolla, Agustín; Miguez, Jimena; Patrucco, Liliana; Cristiano, Edgardo; Rojas, Juan Ignacio; Carrá, Adriana; Chertcoff, Aníbal; Steinberg, Judith; Martinez, Alejandra D.; Curbelo, María Celeste; Cohen, Leila; Alonso, Ricardo; Garcea, Orlando; Correale, Jorge (Elsevier, 2020-11)
    Background: Like MS prevalence, oligoclonal bands (OCB) frequency seems to follow a latitudinal gradient. Argentina is extensive, latitude-wise, and previous studies have not found an MS prevalence latitudinal gradient. ...
  • Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco; Alet, Matías Javier; Pujol Lereis, Virginia Andrea; Melcon, Mario O. (AHA Journals, 2022-09-30)
  • Pujol Lereis, Virginia Andrea; Flores, Alan; Arauz Gongora, Antonio; Abanto Argomedo, Carlos; Amaya, Pablo; Bayona, Hernán; Bonardo, Pablo; Diaz-Escobar, Luis; Gomez Schneider, Maia Macarena; Góngora Rivera, Fernando; Lavados, Pablo M.; León, Carolina; Luraschi, Adriana; Márquez Romero, Juan Manuel; Martins, Sheila C.; Navia, Víctor Hugo; Ruiz Franco, Angélica; Vences, Miguel Ángel; Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco; LASE/COVID-19 Collaborators (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2021-03-11)
    Background: COVID-19 pandemic has forced important changes in health care worldwide. Stroke care networks have been affected, especially acute admissions and ancillary tests availability. We assessed the impact of the ...
  • Rodriguez Pérez, María Soledad; Rosales, Julieta Soledad; Dossi, Daiana Elizabeth; Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2021-03-11)
    Background and objectives: In preparation for the influx of Covid-19 patients and as a contagion prevention strategy, healthcare systems reduced or discontinued provision of ‘‘non-urgent’’ care. This policy could potentially ...
  • Pujol Lereis, Virginia Andrea; Flores, Alan; Arauz Gongora, Antonio; Abanto Argomedo, Carlos; Amaya, Pablo; Bayona, Hernán; Bonardo, Pablo; Diaz Escobar, Luis; Gomez Schneider, Maia Macarena; Góngora-Rivera, Fernando; Lavados, Pablo M.; León, Carolina; Luraschi, Adriana; Márquez Romero, Juan Manuel; Martins, Sheila C.; Navia, Víctor Hugo; Ruiz Franco, Angélica; Vences, Miguel Ángel; Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco; LASE/COVID-19 Collaborators (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2021-03-11)
    Background: Ischemic stroke has been reported to occur in approximately 5% of COVID-19 patients, although some reports are contradictory. Proposed mechanisms of this association are hypercoagulable state, vasculitis and ...

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