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Haciendo frente al acoso homofóbico a través de la poesía desde la clase de lengua extranjera: una propuesta didáctica
(Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), 2017-12-21)
Otherness, of which the homosexual other is a component, is rarely included in syllabi. This paper will explore the negative implications of its omission, and the benefits of its inclusion in academic curricula, with special ...
Development of an infant feeding core outcome set for childhood obesity interventions: study protocol
(Springer Nature, 2017-10-10)
Background: Childhood obesity is a significant public health challenge that affects approximately one in five children worldwide. Infant feeding practices are implicated in the aetiology of childhood obesity. Infant feeding ...
Neuroticism associates with cerebral in vivo serotonin transporter binding differently in males and females
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017-08-07)
Background: Neuroticism is a major risk factor for affective disorders. This personality trait has been hypothesized to associate with synaptic availability of the serotonin transporter, which critically controls serotonergic ...
Battling bacterial infection with hexamethylene diisocyanate cross-linked and cefaclor-loaded collagen scaffolds
(IOP Publishing, 2017-06-19)
Implant infections remain a major healthcare problem due to the prolonged hospitalisation period required to disrupt and treat bacterial biofilm formation, and the need for additional surgery to remove/replace the infected ...
Acetic acid and pepsin result in high yield, high purity and low macrophage response collagen for biomedical applications
(IOP Publishing, 2017-08-02)
Collagen based devices are frequently associated with foreign body response. Although several pre(e.g. species, state of animal, tissue) and post-(e.g. cross-linking, scaffold architecture) extraction method factors have ...