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aemps/agemed Tesauro de la UNESCO El Tesauro de la UNESCO es una lista controlada y estructurada de términos para el análisis temático y la búsqueda de documentos y publicaciones en los campos de la educación, cultura, ciencias naturales, ciencias sociales y humanas, comunicación e información. Continuamente ampliada y actualizada, su terminología multidisciplinaria refleja la evolución de los programas y actividades de la Organización. El Tesauro contiene 7,000 términos en inglés y en ruso, y 8,600 en francés y en español. Lista alfabética Escriba las primeras letras y pulse 'Buscar' para la lista alfabética 'Indice' para la lista permutada Lista temática Lista de siete temas principales, y sus respectivos microtesauros los cuales reagrupan los términos de acuerdo al tema escogido.Usted puede consultar directamente el catálogo en línea a partir del tesauro.

FileCrop - Search and Download Rapidshare Megaupload and Hotfile Files Dropbox Observatorio Estatal de la Discapacidad medmerits Although there appears to be an "autoimmune" attack against myelin and myelin-forming cells in the brain and spinal cord, multiple sclerosis cannot be called a true autoimmune disease. No target antigen has been demonstrated reproducibly. The antigen-induced animal model, experimental allergic encephalomyelitis (EAE), does not appear spontaneously in wild mice. HLA types are associated with multiple sclerosis, but the mechanism is unclear. There are surprisingly few links to autoimmune disease, except Crohn disease and possibly thyroid disease. Systemic lupus erythematosus is underrepresented in multiple sclerosis and is linked to opposite responses to type I interferons (Javed and Reder 2006). Specific antigenic targets for inflammation in multiple sclerosis. Proteins from infectious agents (viruses, chlamydia) that match brain antigens. Antibody response to central nervous system antigens varies between patients. Non-antigen-specific immunity in multiple sclerosis inflammation.

Construcción del tesauro especializado en los servicios de referencia electrónicos del campo de las ciencias y tecnologías de la información (TESREFEL): manual de políticas y procedimientos Cardona Herrera, Marcela Construcción del tesauro especializado en los servicios de referencia electrónicos del campo de las ciencias y tecnologías de la información (TESREFEL): manual de políticas y procedimientos., 2005 Thesis of Master of Library and Information Science thesis, University of Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico). [Thesis] English abstract The Especialized Thesaurus in Electronic Reference Services in the Field of Information Sciences and Technologies (TESREFEL) is the outcome of the development of a research project carried out at the Graduate School of Information Sciences and Technologies, at the University of Puerto Rico, Campus Rio Piedras. With this tool of Controlled Vocabulary it is intended to support standardised indexing and retrieval documents related with the electronic reference services for the Spanish speaking people. Spanish abstract Available Versions of this Item References - Share research