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Espaço, movimento e palavra: Reflexões em torno de três casos de irrequietude

Cabeçadas, Tiago
Fonte: ISPA - Instituto Universitário Publicador: ISPA - Instituto Universitário
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2012 Português
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Dissertação de Mestrado apresentada ao ISPA - Instituto Universitário, na especialidade de Psicologia Clínica; Apesar do progresso científico e tecnológico verificado na genética e na biologia, continua a não ser evidente a existência de uma raiz neurobiológica para a irrequietude, que carece, no contexto atual, de uma abordagem compreensiva. São descritos três casos de crianças irrequietas entre os 5 e os 7 anos de idade, sendo exploradas as suas histórias familiares, em conjunto com observações dos seus movimentos durante as sessões. Procura-se relacionar a irrequietude com as suas trajetórias de vida, enquadrando as dinâmicas familiares e relacionais, em modelos teóricos. São referidos, entre outros, conceitos de Serge Lebovici, Melanie Klein, Wilfred Bion, Donald Winnicott, Margaret Mahler, e Emílio Salgueiro. A irrequietude é entendida no contexto de uma insuficiente organização pessoal, com fundamentos no período pré-natal. Fases relevantes para o desenvolvimento psíquico e para a organização corporal, são relacionadas com desentendimentos nas interações precoces, nomeadamente na relação primária mãe-bebé, e na emergência da dinâmica triangular. As dificuldades escolares surgem como consequência de uma capacidade simbólica bloqueada...

Vaccination with Inactivated Virus but Not Viral DNA Reduces Virus Load following Challenge with a Heterologous and Virulent Isolate of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

Hosie, Margaret J.; Dunsford, Thomas; Klein, Dieter; Willett, Brian J.; Cannon, Celia; Osborne, Robert; MacDonald, Julie; Spibey, Norman; Mackay, Nancy; Jarrett, Oswald; Neil, James C.
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /10/2000 Português
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It has been shown that cats can be protected against infection with the prototypic Petaluma strain of feline immunodeficiency virus (FIVPET) using vaccines based on either inactivated virus particles or replication-defective proviral DNA. However, the utility of such vaccines in the field is uncertain, given the absence of consistent protection against antigenically distinct strains and the concern that the Petaluma strain may be an unrepresentative, attenuated isolate. Since reduction of viral pathogenicity and dissemination may be useful outcomes of vaccination, even in the absence of complete protection, we tested whether either of these vaccine strategies ameliorates the early course of infection following challenge with heterologous and more virulent isolates. We now report that an inactivated virus vaccine, which generates high levels of virus neutralizing antibodies, confers reduced virus loads following challenge with two heterologous isolates, FIVAM6 and FIVGL8. This vaccine also prevented the marked early decline in CD4/CD8 ratio seen in FIVGL8-infected cats. In contrast, DNA vaccines based on either FIVPET or FIVGL8, which induce cell-mediated responses but no detectable antiviral antibodies, protected a fraction of cats against infection with FIVPET but had no measurable effect on virus load when the infecting virus was FIVGL8. These results indicate that the more virulent FIVGL8 is intrinsically more resistant to vaccinal immunity than the FIVPET strain and that a broad spectrum of responses which includes virus neutralizing antibodies is a desirable goal for lentivirus vaccine development.

Emergence of Resistance to Protease Inhibitor Amprenavir in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1-Infected Patients: Selection of Four Alternative Viral Protease Genotypes and Influence of Viral Susceptibility to Coadministered Reverse Transcriptase Nucleoside Inhibitors

Maguire, Michael; Shortino, Denise; Klein, Astrid; Harris, Wendy; Manohitharajah, Varsha; Tisdale, Margaret; Elston, Robert; Yeo, Jane; Randall, Sharon; Xu, Fan; Parker, Hayley; May, Jackie; Snowden, Wendy
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /03/2002 Português
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Previous data have indicated that the development of resistance to amprenavir, an inhibitor of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease, is associated with the substitution of valine for isoleucine at residue 50 (I50V) in the viral protease. We present further findings from retrospective genotypic and phenotypic analyses of plasma samples from protease inhibitor-naïve and nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI)-experienced patients who experienced virological failure while participating in a clinical trial where they had been randomized to receive either amprenavir or indinavir in combination with NRTIs. Paired baseline and on-therapy isolates from 31 of 48 (65%) amprenavir-treated patients analyzed demonstrated the selection of protease mutations. These mutations fell into four distinct categories, characterized by the presence of either I50V, I54L/I54M, I84V, or V32I+I47V and often included accessory mutations, commonly M46I/L. The I50V and I84V genotypes displayed the greatest reductions in susceptibility to amprenavir, although each of the amprenavir-selected genotypes conferred little or no cross-resistance to other protease inhibitors. There was a significant association, for both amprenavir and indinavir, between preexisting baseline resistance to NRTIs subsequently received during the study and development of protease mutations (P = 0.014 and P = 0.031...

Evolution of Replication Efficiency following Infection with a Molecularly Cloned Feline Immunodeficiency Virus of Low Virulence

Hosie, Margaret J.; Willett, Brian J.; Klein, Dieter; Dunsford, Thomas H.; Cannon, Celia; Shimojima, Masayuki; Neil, James C.; Jarrett, Oswald
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2002 Português
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The development of an effective vaccine against human immunodeficiency virus is considered to be the most practicable means of controlling the advancing global AIDS epidemic. Studies with the domestic cat have demonstrated that vaccinal immunity to infection can be induced against feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV); however, protection is largely restricted to laboratory strains of FIV and does not extend to primary strains of the virus. We compared the pathogenicity of two prototypic vaccine challenge strains of FIV derived from molecular clones; the laboratory strain PETF14 and the primary strain GL8414. PETF14 established a low viral load and had no effect on CD4+- or CD8+-lymphocyte subsets. In contrast, GL8414 established a high viral load and induced a significant reduction in the ratio of CD4+ to CD8+ lymphocytes by 15 weeks postinfection, suggesting that PETF14 may be a low-virulence-challenge virus. However, during long-term monitoring of the PETF14-infected cats, we observed the emergence of variant viruses in two of three cats. Concomitant with the appearance of the variant viruses, designated 627W135 and 628W135, we observed an expansion of CD8+-lymphocyte subpopulations expressing reduced CD8 β-chain, a phenotype consistent with activation. The variant viruses both carried mutations that reduced the net charge of the V3 loop (K409Q and K409E)...

THE EFFECT OF ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF CALCIUM FRUCTOSE DIPHOSPHATE ON THE SERUM ORGANIC PHOSPHATE, INORGANIC PHOSPHATE, CALCIUM, PROTEIN, AND CITRIC ACID LEVELS 1

Natelson, Samuel; Klein, Margaret; Kramer, Benjamin
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /01/1951 Português
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Vaccination with an Inactivated Virulent Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Engineered To Express High Levels of Env

Hosie, Margaret J.; Klein, Dieter; Binley, James Μ.; Dunsford, Thomas H.; Jarrett, Oswald; Neil, James C.; Knapp, Elzbieta; Giannecchini, Simone; Matteucci, Donatella; Bendinelli, Mauro; Hoxie, James A.; Willett, Brian J.
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /02/2005 Português
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An inactivated virus vaccine was prepared from a pathogenic isolate of feline immunodeficiency virus containing a mutation that eliminated an endocytic sorting signal in the envelope glycoprotein, increasing its expression on virions. Cats immunized with inactivated preparations of this modified virus exhibited strong titers of antibody to Env by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Evidence of protection following challenge demonstrated the potential of this approach to lentiviral vaccination.

Improved outcomes for elderly patients who received care on a transitional care unit

Manville, Margaret; Klein, Michael C.; Bainbridge, Lesley
Fonte: College of Family Physicians of Canada Publicador: College of Family Physicians of Canada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Managua Relief

Florida International University
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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Bob del Toro, Dianne Haley and Others with Toys for Managuan Relief. On December 23, 12:29 a.m. local time in Managua, Nicaragua, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake occurred. The earth caused widespread damage among Managua, the capital city. In Managua, 5,000 residents were killed, 20,000 were injured and over 250,000 were left homeless. In Miami, residents and relief organizations focused on helping children. Wife of General Arturo Somoza pleaded on efforts on gathering sporting goods and toys for Managua’s young people. Relief committees purchased 230 dozen balls – basketball, rubber, and volley, soccer, and others. Nearly $500 came from students in Hialeah High School. Jump ropes and jacks were donated from a sorority at Florida International University. Arrangements were made to bring 44,000 pounds of baby formula and canned meat and 13,000 pounds of medicine. Many of Miami’s corporations, associations, and residents contributed to the Managuan Relief effort. Source: The Miami News, March 19, 1973 by Lynn Feigenbaum 887-3400. april 30, 1973. Cutlines: More than 350 dozens of various balls, skate boards and games were recently purchased by the Student Governance Committee of Florida International University for the young people of Managua...

Managua Relief

Florida International University
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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On December 23, 12:29 a.m. local time in Managua, Nicaragua, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake occurred. The earth caused widespread damage among Managua, the capital city. In Managua, 5,000 residents were killed, 20,000 were injured and over 250,000 were left homeless. In Miami, residents and relief organizations focused on helping children. Wife of General Arturo Somoza pleaded on efforts on gathering sporting goods and toys for Managua’s young people. Relief committees purchased 230 dozen balls – basketball, rubber, and volley, soccer, and others. Nearly $500 came from students in Hialeah High School. Jump ropes and jacks were donated from a sorority at Florida International University. Arrangements by organizations were made to bring 44,000 pounds of baby formula and canned meat and 13,000 pounds of medicine. Many of Miami’s corporations, associations, and residents contributed to the Managuan Relief effort. Source: The Miami News, March 19, 1973 by Lynn Feigenbaum From: City of Hialeah Publicity Bureu. 401 1/2 East 1st Ave. Hialeah, Fla. 887-3400. april 30, 1973. Cutlines: Skate boards, paddle balls and flying saucers were among the big shipment of toys which was recently dispatched to Managua, Nicaragua by students of Florida International University through the Hialeah-Managua Sister Committee. Examining the toys above are...

Sleep deprivation impairs precision of waggle dance signaling in honey bees

Klein, Barrett A.; Klein, Arno; Wray, Margaret K.; Mueller, Ulrich G.; Seeley, Thomas D.
Fonte: National Academy of Sciences Publicador: National Academy of Sciences
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Sleep is essential for basic survival, and insufficient sleep leads to a variety of dysfunctions. In humans, one of the most profound consequences of sleep deprivation is imprecise or irrational communication, demonstrated by degradation in signaling as well as in receiving information. Communication in nonhuman animals may suffer analogous degradation of precision, perhaps with especially damaging consequences for social animals. However, society-specific consequences of sleep loss have rarely been explored, and no function of sleep has been ascribed to a truly social (eusocial) organism in the context of its society. Here we show that sleep-deprived honey bees (Apis mellifera) exhibit reduced precision when signaling direction information to food sources in their waggle dances. The deterioration of the honey bee's ability to communicate is expected to reduce the foraging efficiency of nestmates. This study demonstrates the impact of sleep deprivation on signaling in a eusocial animal. If the deterioration of signals made by sleep-deprived honey bees and humans is generalizable, then imprecise communication may be one detrimental effect of sleep loss shared by social organisms.

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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Institute’s Gymnasium Plans Revealed (p. 1); Barracks Ass’n Discussing Plans To Open Lounge (p. 1); Pi Club Banquet Climaxes Printing Week Festivities (p. 1); New Structure Houses Gym, Skating, Tennis (p. 1); Student Earns Scholarship (p. 1); Weavers Hear Talk (p. 1); Hillel, SCF Groups Meet (p. 1); Teachers Visit SAC (p. 1); Students Tour Doehler-Jarvis Co, (p. 1); Editorial (p. 2); Parade of Opinion (p. 2); RIT Timetable (p. 2); Tech Speaks (p. 2); Cayley’s Corner (p. 2); Recent Additions to RIT Library Include Texts, Fiction, Humor (p. 3); “Beat Brockport Weekend” Launched (p. 3); Alpha Psi Dance Set (p. 3); Prize Offered for Design (p. 3); “Opportunity…” (p. 3); Troup St. Parking Lot To Be Paved In April (p. 4); Gloria Swanson In Feature Film (p. 4); Club Resumes Lessons (p. 4); Craftsmen Host To Conference (p. 4); Hardware Assn. Schedules Course (p. 4); Campus Greek Talk (p. 5); Strange Laughter (p. 5); Year’s First Ball Presented By Theta Gamma Fraternity (p. 5); Grapplers Win Easily; Roll Over Ithaca 21-8 (p. 6); Hale Shatters Rhodes’ Record; Scores 307 Pts. (p. 6); Annual Ski Trip Set For Feb. 4-6 (p. 6); Roberts, Ontario Bow; Klos, Hale Push Record (p. 6); Ordoveza Loses Pi Club Tourney To Same DeMarco (p. 6); New Gym Plans (p. 6); Keeping Up With Institute Alumni (p. 7); Alumni Fund Contributions (p. 7); R.C. Seeks Volunteers To Cheer Hospitalized (p. 8); Retailing Graduates Offered Fellowships (p. 8); Applications to RIT Reach New High (p. 8); Married Couples Note Jan. Births (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology. Member Associated Collegiate Press. Editor-in-Chief...

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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Exams Scheduled March 2, 3, 4 (p. 1); S.S. Tests For Students Slated Soon (p. 1); Edgerton Residents Form Social Committee (p. 1); Students Take Entrance Exams (p. 1); Advertising Design Students Win $100 In Cash Awards (p. 1); Sabbath Observed (p. 1); Mrs. Dailey Welcomed (p. 1); Karen Smith New KSK Sweetheart (p. 1); Editorial (p. 2); Tech Speaks (p. 2); Dear Editor (p. 2); Cayley’s Corner (p. 2); Did You Know? (p. 3); Wood Cuts On Exhibit (p. 3); Highland Fling Theme of Dance (p. 3); Benefit Night At Theater (p. 3); Brace In Accident (p. 3); H.S. Art Exhibit Judged by Faculty (p. 3); Chess Club Contest Won By Bedrij (p. 4); Douglas Crane (p. 4); Greek Talk (p. 4); Council Notes (p. 4); Sports Profile (p. 5); RIT Fencers Cop AFLA Honors In Open Tournament (p. 5); RIT Quintet Tramples Utica College 100-80 (p. 5); Quiz Kids Stumped (p. 5); Techmen Win Sixth Straight Game (p. 6); 3 Disabilities Help Alfred, Buffalo To Top Grapplers (p. 6); Roll Over Roberts In 83-41 Contest (p. 6); Matmen Topple Toronto U. 26-10; Modrak Takes 18th Straight Match (p. 6); Injuries Hit Wrestlers; Mo, Rock, Barclay Out (p. 6); Alumni Fund Contributors (p. 7); Keeping Up With Institute Alumni (p. 7); D.C. Alumni Make Plans (p. 7); Keeping Up With Institute Alumni (p. 8); Alumni Tea Held (p. 8); Iturbi To Play Here (p. 8); SAC Instructor Takes Award (p. 8); Lost and Found (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology. Member Associated Collegiate Press. Editor-in-Chief...

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Bachmann, Edwin; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Bachmann, Edwin; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Valachovic, Fred; Vaiana, Jerome
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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Vaiana, Jerome
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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Vaiana, Jerome
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Blobstein, Arnost; Brower, Rodney; Dotzler, Hans; Hromowyk, Phyllis; Klein, Sharla; Radell, Mary Esther; Shecter, Morton; Sherman, Paul; Smalley, Gayle; Vaiana, Jerome
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