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  • Tara Oceans: towards global ocean ecosystems biology. [Review]
    Nat Rev Microbiol. 2020 May 12 [Online ahead of print]Sunagawa S, Acinas SG, … de Vargas C
  • A planetary-scale understanding of the ocean ecosystem, particularly in light of climate change, is crucial. Here, we review the work of Tara Oceans, an international, multidisciplinary project to assess the complexity of ocean life across comprehensive taxonomic and spatial scales. Using a modified sailing boat, the team sampled plankton at 210 globally distributed sites at depths down to 1,000 …
  • Cryptic species in the parasitic Amoebophrya species complex revealed by a polyphasic approach. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep. 2020 Feb 13; 10(1):2531.Cai R, Kayal E, … Guillou L
  • As critical primary producers and recyclers of organic matter, the diversity of marine protists has been extensively explored by high-throughput barcode sequencing. However, classification of short metabarcoding sequences into traditional taxonomic units is not trivial, especially for lineages mainly known by their genetic fingerprints. This is the case for the widespread Amoebophrya ceratii spec…
  • Influence of the social context in smoking during pregnancy. [Journal Article]
    Rev Bras Enferm. 2019 Dec; 72(suppl 3):259-265.Siqueira LD, Fracolli LA, Maeda ST
  • CONCLUSIONS: smoking cessation is strongly influenced by the social environment, and the family is an important component of this network. In this sense, strategies to approach smoking should allow a reflection of the norms and rules of the family.
  • Genetic and morphological divergence in the warm-water planktonic foraminifera genus Globigerinoides. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One. 2019; 14(12):e0225246.Morard R, Füllberg A, … Kucera M
  • The planktonic foraminifera genus Globigerinoides provides a prime example of a species-rich genus in which genetic and morphological divergence are uncorrelated. To shed light on the evolutionary processes that lead to the present-day diversity of Globigerinoides, we investigated the genetic, ecological and morphological divergence of its constituent species. We assembled a global collection of …
  • Gene Expression Changes and Community Turnover Differentially Shape the Global Ocean Metatranscriptome. [Journal Article]
    Cell. 2019 Nov 14; 179(5):1068-1083.e21.Salazar G, Paoli L, … Sunagawa S
  • Ocean microbial communities strongly influence the biogeochemistry, food webs, and climate of our planet. Despite recent advances in understanding their taxonomic and genomic compositions, little is known about how their transcriptomes vary globally. Here, we present a dataset of 187 metatranscriptomes and 370 metagenomes from 126 globally distributed sampling stations and establish a resource of…
  • Unveiling membrane thermoregulation strategies in marine picocyanobacteria. [Journal Article]
    New Phytol. 2020 Mar; 225(6):2396-2410.Breton S, Jouhet J, … Six C
  • The wide latitudinal distribution of marine Synechococcus cyanobacteria partly relies on the differentiation of lineages adapted to distinct thermal environments. Membranes are highly thermosensitive cell components, and the ability to modulate their fluidity can be critical for the fitness of an ecotype in a particular thermal niche. We compared the thermophysiology of Synechococcus strains repr…
  • Marine DNA Viral Macro- and Microdiversity from Pole to Pole. [Journal Article]
    Cell. 2019 05 16; 177(5):1109-1123.e14.Gregory AC, Zayed AA, … Sullivan MB
  • Microbes drive most ecosystems and are modulated by viruses that impact their lifespan, gene flow, and metabolic outputs. However, ecosystem-level impacts of viral community diversity remain difficult to assess due to classification issues and few reference genomes. Here, we establish an ∼12-fold expanded global ocean DNA virome dataset of 195,728 viral populations, now including the Arctic Ocean…
  • Coupling between taxonomic and functional diversity in protistan coastal communities. [Journal Article]
    Environ Microbiol. 2019 02; 21(2):730-749.Ramond P, Sourisseau M, … Siano R
  • The study of protistan functional diversity is crucial to understand the dynamics of oceanic ecological processes. We combined the metabarcoding data of various coastal ecosystems and a newly developed trait-based approach to study the link between taxonomic and functional diversity across marine protistan communities of different size-classes. Environmental DNA was extracted and the V4 18S rDNA …
  • Support network for families of children and adolescents with visual impairment: strengths and weaknesses. [Journal Article]
    Cien Saude Colet. 2016 Oct; 21(10):3213-3223.Barbieri MC, Broekman GV, … Dupas G
  • This study aimed to understand the interactions established between social support networks and families that have children and adolescents with visual impairment, in two different cities in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This was a qualitative, descriptive study with symbolic interactionism as a theoretical framework. A genogram, ecomap and semi-structured interviews with 18 families were used.…
  • [Identity of the resilient man in the context of ill with prostate cancer: a cultural perspective]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Bras Enferm. 2014 Nov-Dec; 67(6):942-8.Pinto BK, Muniz RM, … Lange RM
  • The study aimed to understand the context of resilient man when ill with prostate cancer. This is an ethnographic case study conducted with two prostate cancer survival men with a high degree of resilience. The data was collected on their places, in 2012 April and May, using semi-structured in-depth interviews, participant observation and ecomap. For the data analysis, it was built two units of m…
  • [Fragility of the social network of families of children with chronic disease]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Bras Enferm. 2013 Sep-Oct; 66(5):675-81.Araújo YB, Reichert AP, … Collet N
  • Chronic disease in childhood affects the family social relations. The social network can contribute for a better coping by giving support. This work aims to analyze the fragilities of the social network of families in this condition. It is a qualitative study conducted in a public hospital of Paraíba, from April to June 2011, using genogram, ecomap and semi-structured interview with seven family …
  • Family network of children with special health needs: implications for nursing. [Journal Article]
    Rev Lat Am Enfermagem. 2013 Mar-Apr; 21(2):562-70.Neves ET, Cabral IE, da Silveira A
  • CONCLUSIONS: the reclusive nature of care for these children inside the family circle contributes to their social invisibility. Based on this new information, it is recommended that Nursing participate in the care that is focused on these children's families, with particular attention to their socio-cultural conditions.
  • [Technology-dependent children: the maternal care experience]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Esc Enferm USP. 2012 Oct; 46(5):1066-73.Okido AC, Pizzignacco TM, … Lima RA
  • The objective of this study is to understand the maternal experience of caring for a technology-dependent child. We used the ethnographic case study approach, as well as the genogram, ecomap, open interview and observation methods as data collection instruments. The data were organized into three meaning units: the search for causes and culprits; hospital discharge and the demand for care; and th…
  • Expression and purification of active mouse and human NEIL3 proteins. [Journal Article]
    Protein Expr Purif. 2012 Jul; 84(1):130-9.Liu M, Bandaru V, … Wallace SS
  • Endonuclease VIII-like 3 (Neil3) is one of the five DNA glycosylases found in mammals that recognize and remove oxidized bases, and initiate the base excision repair (BER) pathway. Previous attempts to express and purify the mouse and human orthologs of Neil3 in their active form have not been successful. Here we report the construction of bicistronic expression vectors for expressing in Escheric…
  • [Needs of the family in the intensive care units: a review of the literature]. [Review]
    Enferm Intensiva. 2012 Apr-Jun; 23(2):51-67.Pardavila Belio MI, Vivar CG
  • CONCLUSIONS: One of the main needs of the family is to receive better information from the professionals followed by the need for closeness with the ill family member. This review proposes that, in order to cover these needs, the information should be protocolized and the visiting hours should be made flexible. Furthermore, incorporation of two familial evaluation tools, the genogram and ecomap, is proposed.This work has revealed the importance of having the Intensive Care nurses identify the needs of the family during the admission of the patient in the ICU in order to be able to provide help, support and counseling care that relieves the suffering of the families.
  • [Mental health and solidary economy: the family in the inclusion through work]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Esc Enferm USP. 2011 Apr; 45(2):418-25.Filizola CL, Teixeira IM, … Pavarini SC
  • The Psychiatric Reform raises the issue of social inclusion through work from the perspective of Solidary Economy and family involvement. In city in the interior of São Paulo, a solidary enterprise of users of the Psychosocial Care Center was created. This qualitative study was performed with the following objective: to identify the composition and relationships of the families of members of the …
  • Measuring change in disproportionality and disparities: three diagnostic tools. [Journal Article]
    J Health Hum Serv Adm. 2010 Winter; 33(3):323-52.Richardson B, Derezotes D
  • At present there are few examples of sustained reductions in disproportionate minority contact with the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. This article describes the use of three instruments that have been used to measure levels of racial and ethnic disproportionality and disparities: The Disproportionality Diagnostic Tool, Ecomap and Racial Equity Scorecard. Using a combination of commu…
  • [Violence among youngsters: social dynamics and situations of vulnerability]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Gaucha Enferm. 2010 Mar; 31(1):151-9.Cocco M, Lopes MJ
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the social dynamics implied in the life of youngsters, victims of violence, by (re) constructing the day-to-day relations and, therefore, discussing vulnerability situations. It is a descriptive and exploratory study that uses the genogram and the ecomap as instruments for data collection. Interview was carried out with 23 young victims of these events in P…
  • Promoting health in families of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus. [Journal Article]
    Int J Nurs Pract. 2010 Apr; 16(2) Oliveira IR, Nascif-Júnior IA, Rocha SM
  • This paper presents a study of families of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus, emphasizing the identification of social supports and networks to strengthen interventions aimed at health promotion. The approach selected was a qualitative research, using a case study design. Four families of children with diabetes type 1 were studied, totalling seven participants. Data were collected between Ap…
  • Interactive use of genograms and ecomaps in family caregiving research. [Case Reports]
    J Fam Nurs. 2007 Nov; 13(4):403-19.Rempel GR, Neufeld A, Kushner KE
  • This article argues for the concurrent and comparative use of genograms and ecomaps in family caregiving research. A genogram is a graphic portrayal of the composition and structure of one's family and an ecomap is a graphic portrayal of personal and family social relationships. Although development and utilization of genograms and ecomaps is rooted in clinical practice with families, as research…
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