• J. Gilleland, R. Petroski, K. Weaver
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    The traveling wave reactor (TWR) is a once-through reactor that uses in situ breeding to greatly reduce the need for enrichment and reprocessing. Breeding converts incoming [...]

  • D. Sung
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Like the hard surfaces of streets and sidewalks in an urban environment, the vertical and horizontal surface area on the outside of urban buildings contributes to the constant [...]

  • Z. Cui, B. Yang, R. Li
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

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    Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death throughout the world. The demand for new therapeutic interventions is increasing. Although pharmacological and surgical [...]

  • Z. Cheng, X. Yan, X. Sun, B. Shen, S. Gambhir
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Molecular imaging (MI) can provide not only structural images using traditional imaging techniques but also functional and molecular information using many newly emerging [...]

  • C. Holliday
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

  • A. Borthwick
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Energy production based on fossil fuel reserves is largely responsible for carbon emissions, and hence global warming. The planet needs concerted action to reduce fossil fuel [...]

  • A. Chan
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

  • A. Kadak
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

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    In 2005, the US passed the Energy Policy Act of 2005 mandating the construction and operation of a high-temperature gas reactor (HTGR) by 2021. This law was passed after a [...]

  • A. Alemberti
    Engineering (2016). Vol. 2

  • R. Zhao, B. Choi, M. Lee, A. Bode, Z. Dong
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Aberrant gene silencing is highly associated with altered cell cycle regulation during carcinogenesis. In particular, silencing of the CDKN2A tumor suppressor gene, which [...]

  • J. Wu, M. Gao, S. Rice, C. Tsang, J. Beggs, D. Turner, G. Li, B. Yang, K. Xia, F. Gao, S. Qiu, Q. Liu, J. Kerrigan
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Human hypothalamic hamartoma (HH) is a rare subcortical lesion associated with treatment-resistant epilepsy. Cellular mechanisms responsible for epileptogenesis are unknown. [...]

  • . Wei, H. Guo, M. Ma, R. Markham, X. Yu
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Recent studies have identified human myxovirus resistance protein 2 (MxB or Mx2) as an interferon induced inhibitor of HIV-1 replication. However, whether HIV-1 can overcome [...]

  • V. Walker-Sperling, C. Pohlmeyer, P. Tarwater, J. Blankson
    EBioMedicine (2016).

    Abstract
    Shock and kill strategies involving the use of small molecules to induce viral transcription in resting CD4 + T cells (shock) followed by immune mediated clearance of the [...]

  • L. Vranckx, J. Demeulemeester, S. Saleh, A. Boll, G. Vansant, R. Schrijvers, C. Weydert, E. Battivelli, E. Verdin, A. Cereseto, F. Christ, R. Gijsbers, Z. Debyser
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Persistence of latent, replication-competent Human Immunodeficiency Virus type 1 (HIV-1) provirus is the main impediment towards a cure for HIV/AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency [...]

  • H. Vanderven, F. Ana-Sosa-Batiz, S. Jegaskanda, S. Rockman, K. Laurie, I. Barr, W. Chen, B. Wines, P. Hogarth, T. Lambe, S. Gilbert, M. Parsons, S. Kent
    EBioMedicine (2016).

    Abstract
    The conserved internal influenza proteins nucleoprotein (NP) and matrix 1 (M1) are well characterised for T cell immunity, but whether they also elicit functional antibodies [...]

  • S. Ushiama, Y. Ishimaru, M. Narukawa, M. Yoshioka, C. Kozuka, N. Watanabe, M. Tsunoda, N. Osakabe, T. Asakura, H. Masuzaki, K. Abe
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Taste signals and nutrient stimuli sensed by the gastrointestinal tract are transmitted to the brain to regulate feeding behavior and energy homeostasis. This system is referred [...]

  • R. Uauy, D. Suri, S. Ghosh, A. Kurpad, I. Rosenberg
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

  • K. Tschapalda, Y. Zhang, L. Liu, K. Golovnina, T. Schlemper, T. Eichmann, M. Lal-Nag, U. Sreenivasan, J. McLenithan, S. Ziegler, C. Sztalryd, A. Lass, D. Auld, B. Oliver, H. Waldmann, Z. Li, M. Shen, M. Boxer, M. Beller
    EBioMedicine (2016).

    Abstract
    Excess lipid storage is an epidemic problem in human populations. Thus, the identification of small molecules to treat or prevent lipid storage-related metabolic complications [...]

  • T. Sinnberg, E. Makino, M. Krueger, A. Velic, B. Macek, U. Rothbauer, N. Groll, O. Pötz, S. Czemmel, H. Niessner, F. Meier, K. Ikenberg, C. Garbe, B. Schittek
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Acquired resistance to second generation BRAF inhibitors (BRAFis), like vemurafenib is limiting the benefits of long term targeted therapy for patients with malignant melanomas [...]

  • Y. Shen, C. Pang, Y. Wu, D. Li, C. Wan, Z. Liao, T. Yang, L. Chen, F. Wen
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    The usefulness of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) CD4/CD8 ratio for diagnosing sarcoidosis has been reported in many studies with variable results. Therefore, we performed [...]

  • S. Serrano-Villar, D. Rojo, M. Martínez-Martínez, S. Deusch, J. Vázquez-Castellanos, R. Bargiela, T. Sainz, M. Vera, S. Moreno, V. Estrada, M. Gosalbes, A. Latorre, J. Seifert, C. Barbas, A. Moya, M. Ferrer
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    While changes in gut microbial populations have been described in human immuno-deficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients undergoing antiretroviral therapy (ART), the mechanisms [...]

  • M. Roerecke, R. Nanau, J. Rehm, M. Neuman
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Fatty liver (hepatic steatosis) is one of the most common diseases globally, with increasing prevalence. The role of alcohol consumption in the development of hepatic steatosis [...]

  • C. Psomas, M. Younas, C. Reynes, R. Cezar, P. Portalès, E. Tuaillon, A. Guigues, C. Merle, N. Atoui, C. Fernandez, V. Moing, C. Barbuat, G. Marin, N. Nagot, A. Sotto, J. Eliaou, R. Sabatier, J. Reynes, P. Corbeau
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Immune activation in HIV-1-infected individuals is reduced under antiretroviral therapies, but persists, resulting in various morbidities. To better characterize this phenomenon, [...]

  • M. Proietti, D. Lane, G. Lip
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is highly prevalent in atrial fibrillation (AF) patients and associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes. Our objectives were to study [...]

  • L. Osborne, L. WegenerParfrey
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

  • J. Munkley, D. Vodak, K. Livermore, K. James, B. Wilson, B. Knight, P. Mccullagh, J. Mcgrath, M. Crundwell, L. Harries, H. Leung, C. Robson, I. Mills, P. Rajan, D. Elliott
    EBioMedicine (2016).

    Abstract
    Steroid androgen hormones play a key role in the progression and treatment of prostate cancer, with androgen deprivation therapy being the first-line treatment used to control [...]

  • G. Metodieva, S. Adoki, B. Lausen, M. Metodiev
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    SCRIB is a polarity regulator known to be abnormally expressed in cancer at the protein level. Here we report that, in breast cancer, an additional and hidden dimension of [...]

  • T. Mesplède, M. Wainberg
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

  • M. Martínez-Hoyos, E. Perez-Herran, G. Gulten, L. Encinas, D. Álvarez-Gómez, E. Alvarez, S. Ferrer-Bazaga, A. García-Pérez, F. Ortega, I. Angulo-Barturen, J. Rullas-Trincado, D. Ruano, P. Torres, P. Castañeda, S. Huss, R. Menéndez, S. Valle, L. Ballell, D. Barros, S. Modha, N. Dhar, F. Signorino-Gelo, J. McKinney, J. García-Bustos, J. Lavandera, J. Sacchettini, M. Jimenez, N. Martín-Casabona, J. Castro-Pichel, A. Mendoza-Losana
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Despite being one of the first antitubercular agents identified, isoniazid (INH) is still the most prescribed drug for prophylaxis and tuberculosis (TB) treatment and, together [...]

  • A. Lonardo, S. Ballestri, D. Romagnoli, F. Nascimbeni
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

  • X. Li, L. Liu, J. Yang, Y. Yu, J. Chai, L. Wang, L. Ma, H. Yin
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)-derived exosomes have diverse functions in regulating wound healing and inflammation, however, the molecular mechanism of human umbilical cord [...]

  • Y. Liu, B. Wang, W. Zhang, J. Huang, B. Li, M. Zhang, L. Jiang, J. Li, M. Wang, Y. Dai, Z. Zhang, Q. Wang, J. Kong, B. Chen, Y. Zhu, X. Weng, Z. Shen, J. Li, J. Wang, X. Yan, Y. Li, Y. Liang, L. Liu, X. Chen, W. Zhang, J. Yan, J. Hu, S. Shen, J. Chen, L. Gu, D. Pei, Y. Li, G. Wu, X. Zhou, R. Ren, . Cheng, J. Yang, K. Wang, S. Wang, J. Zhang, J. Mi, C. Pui, J. Tang, Z. Chen, S. Chen
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Genomic landscapes of 92 adult and 111 pediatric patients with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (B-ALL) were investigated using next-generation sequencing and copy number [...]

  • N. Lin, O. Gonzalez, L. Registre, C. Becerril, B. Etemad, H. Lu, X. Wu, S. Lockman, M. Essex, S. Moyo, D. Kuritzkes, M. Sagar
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Although both C-C chemokine receptor 5 (CCR5)- and CXC chemokine receptor 4 (CXCR4)-using HIV-1 strains cause AIDS, the emergence of CXCR4-utilizing variants is associated [...]

  • A. Illendula, J. Gilmour, J. Grembecka, V. Tirumala, A. Boulton, A. Kuntimaddi, C. Schmidt, L. Wang, J. Pulikkan, H. Zong, M. Parlak, C. Kuscu, A. Pickin, Y. Zhou, Y. Gao, L. Mishra, M. Adli, L. Castilla, R. Rajewski, K. Janes, M. Guzman, C. Bonifer, J. Bushweller
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Transcription factors have traditionally been viewed with skepticism as viable drug targets, but they offer the potential for completely novel mechanisms of action that could [...]

  • I. Astsaturov
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

  • E. Gazzerro, P. Striano
    EBioMedicine (2016).

  • T. Friedrich, M. Söhn, T. Gutting, K. Janssen, H. Behrens, C. Röcken, M. Ebert, E. Burgermeister
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Full-length (FL) docking protein-1 (DOK1) is an adapter protein which inhibits growth factor and immune response pathways in normal tissues, but is frequently lost in human [...]

  • D. Grattan
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

  • K. Chng, S. Chan, A. Ng, C. Li, A. Jusakul, D. Bertrand, A. Wilm, S. Choo, D. Tan, K. Lim, R. Soetinko, C. Ong, D. Duda, S. Dima, I. Popescu, C. Wongkham, Z. Feng, K. Yeoh, B. Teh, P. Yongvanit, S. Wongkham, V. Bhudhisawasdi, N. Khuntikeo, P. Tan, C. Pairojkul, J. Ngeow, N. Nagarajan
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) is the primary cancer of the bile duct system. The role of bile duct tissue microbiomes in CCA tumorigenesis is unestablished. To address this, sixty [...]

  • C. Brégnard, J. Guerra, S. Déjardin, F. Passalacqua, M. Benkirane, N. Laguette
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Fanconi Anemia (FA) is a genetic disorder characterized by elevated cancer susceptibility and pro-inflammatory cytokine production. Using SLX4FANCP deficiency as a working [...]

  • F. Bolduc, A. Lau, C. Rosenfelt, S. Langer, N. Wang, L. Smithson, D. Lefebvre, R. Alexander, C. Dickson, A. Li, A. Becker, P. Subbarao, S. Turvey, J. Pei, M. Sears, P. Mandhane
    EBioMedicine (2016).

    Abstract
    In-utero nutrition is an under-studied aspect of cognitive development. Fruit has been an important dietary constituent for early hominins and humans. Among 808 eligible CHILD-Edmonton [...]

  • M. Berendsen, J. Smits, M. Netea, A. Ven
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccination possesses effects on health beyond its target disease, the so called “non-specific effects”. We evaluate these effects, as [...]

  • I. Audenhove, J. Gettemans
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Since their discovery, nanobodies have been used extensively in the fields of research, diagnostics and therapy. These antigen binding fragments, originating from Camelid [...]

  • W. Altarche-Xifro, U. Vicino, M. Muñoz-Martin, A. Bortolozzi, J. Bové, M. Vila, M. Cosma
    EBioMedicine (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Parkinsons disease is a common neurodegenerative disorder, which is due to the loss of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta (SNpc) and for which no definitive [...]

  • K. Yamamoto-Hanada, M. Futamura, L. Yang, T. Shoda, M. Narita, F. Kobayashi, H. Saito, Y. Ohya
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    The prevalence of maternal oral contraceptive pills (OCP) use and that of childhood asthma are high in western countries. The aim of this study is to examine the association [...]

  • C. Yamaguchi, M. Futamura, S. Chamlin, Y. Ohya, M. Asano
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    The Childhood Atopic Dermatitis Impact Scale (CADIS) was developed to measure the impact of AD on QoL in both affected children and their families. However, no scale of this [...]

  • M. Vaccaro, G. Calapai, F. Guarneri, C. Mannucci, M. Lentini, S. Cannavò
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • M. Taura, J. Asai, Z. Cho, M. Wada, N. Katoh
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • Y. Tanino, K. Misa, N. Fukuhara, T. Nikaido, S. Sato, A. Fukuhara, M. Uematsu, K. Hirai, H. Minemura, H. Yokouchi, K. Kanazawa, M. Munakata
    Allergology International (2016).

  • Y. Suzuki, J. Saito, K. Misa, N. Fukuhara, A. Fukuhara, M. Munakata
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • S. Sugiura, T. Matsui, T. Nakagawa, K. Sasaki, J. Nakata, N. Kando, K. Ito
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    We have proposed a new scoring system (Anaphylaxis SCoring Aichi: ASCA) for a quantitative evaluation of the anaphylactic reaction that is observed in an oral food challenge [...]

  • O. Soyer, C. Ozen, O. Cavkaytar, C. Senyücel, Y. Dallar
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Although right middle lobe (RML)-atelectasis of the lungs is a common complication of asthma, the relevant data is limited. The aim of this study is to define the characteristics [...]

  • S. Sato, X. Wang, J. Saito, A. Fukuhara, M. Uematsu, Y. Suzuki, Y. Sato, K. Misa, T. Nikaido, N. Fukuhara, Y. Tanino, M. Munakata
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) induced by inflammatory cytokines and iNOS activity in bronchial epithelial cells is a major determinant of fractional exhaled nitric [...]

  • K. Sasaki, T. Nakagawa, S. Sugiura, N. Kando, K. Ito
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • H. Saito, K. Honda, C. Asaka, S. Ueki, K. Ishikawa
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    The chemokine receptor, CC-chemokine receptor 3 (CCR3), and its major ligands, eotaxin, RANTES, and MCP-4, are involved in eosinophil chemotaxis. It is thought that CCR3 plays [...]

  • Y. Noyama, M. Okano, T. Fujiwara, S. Kariya, S. Makihara, T. Haruna, K. Kanai, T. Higaki, K. Nishizaki
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Minimal persistent inflammation (MPI) contributes to hyperreactivity in allergic rhinitis. However, little is known regarding whether pre-onset activation of eosinophils and [...]

  • S. Narabayashi, I. Okafuji, Y. Tanaka, S. Tsuruta, N. Takamatsu
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • K. Miyaji, N. Okamoto, A. Saito, H. Yasueda, Y. Takase, H. Shimakura, S. Saito, M. Sakaguchi
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Cry j 2 and Cha o 2 are major allergens in Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica, CJ) and Japanese cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa, CO) pollen, respectively. Here, we assessed [...]

  • M. Miwa, S. Hasan, M. Miwa, K. Okubo
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • K. Matsunaga, T. Hirano, A. Oka, K. Ito, N. Edakuni
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    It remains unclear whether a persistently high exhaled nitric oxide fraction (FeNO) in patients with controlled asthma is associated with the progressive loss of lung function. [...]

  • T. Lee, H. Yoo, S. Bae, M. Kim, G. Kim, A. Jang
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • A. Kobayashi, A. Ichimura, Y. Kobayashi, K. Shiomi
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • N. Kawakami
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Intravital imaging is becoming more popular and is being used to visualize cellular motility and functions. In contrast to in vitro analysis, which resembles in vivo analysis, [...]

  • Y. Kanemitsu, A. Niimi, H. Matsumoto, T. Iwata, I. Ito, T. Oguma, H. Inoue, T. Tajiri, T. Nagasaki, Y. Izuhara, G. Petrova, S. Birring, M. Mishima
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is known as a common comorbidity of asthma and chronic cough. The impact of GERD symptoms on cough-specific quality of life (QoL) in [...]

  • K. Kabashima, K. Izuhara
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • M. Ishii
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Fluorescent ‘intravital’ imaging is a new research technique by which the interior of living tissues and organs (in living bodies, if possible) can be observed, revealing [...]

  • A. Inoue, Y. Sawada, S. Ohmori, D. Omoto, S. Haruyama, M. Yoshioka, D. Nishio, M. Nakamura
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • E. Hotta, R. Tamagawa-Mineoka, K. Masuda, M. Taura, Y. Nakagawa, F. Kanehisa, S. Tashima, N. Katoh
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

  • T. Honda, A. Otsuka, K. Kabashima
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    In vivo imaging is a novel experimental approach for biological research. Multiphoton microscopy (MPM), a type of fluorescence microscopy, is a new tool for in vivo imaging [...]

  • K. Akashi, H. Mezawa, Y. Tabata, J. Atsuta, R. Tokuda, Y. Kawada, T. Kitamura, H. Murasugi, H. Ito, M. Tabata, K. Shirao, S. Sato, H. Nishimura, M. Fujiwara, K. Masuda, H. Arakawa, Y. Adachi, S. Yoshihara, T. Fujisawa, T. Katsunuma
    Allergology International (2016).

    Abstract
    Several guidelines, including the Japanese Pediatric Guideline for the Treatment and Management of Asthma (JPGL), recommend salmeterol/fluticasone combination therapy (SFC) [...]

  • I. Agache, C. Akdis
    Allergology International (2016). Vol. 65

    Abstract
    Discoveries from basic science research in the last decade have brought significant progress in knowledge of pathophysiologic processes of allergic diseases, with a compelling [...]

  • G. Villanueva
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 175-212

    Abstract
    Una historia de vida, eje fundamental de un film, es la discursividad que hemos indagado para percibir sentidos nuevos en la relación cine, memoria y violencia en la zona [...]

  • J. Vadillo
    Acta Poética (2013). Vol. 34 pp. 103-126

    Abstract
    El artículo gira en torno a la tensión contrapuntística que crea el delirio frente a la razón en el Quijote. Partimos de la idea (que compartimos con María Zambrano) [...]

  • G. Torem
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 45-62

    Abstract
    En este texto se reflexiona sobre la capacidad de la teoría del polisistema para analizar la traducción de textos políticos. Partiendo de las definiciones de cultura y [...]

  • P. Szendy
    Acta Poética (2013). Vol. 34 pp. 85-106

    Abstract
    Cada film abre un mundo (o un cinemundo, como dice Jean-Luc Nancy). Por esto, el camino, y el road-movie como género, son más que meros tropos, más que simples metáforas [...]

  • J. Sigüenza
    Acta Poética (2013). Vol. 34 pp. 77-100

    Abstract
    El siguiente ensayo inicia reconstruyendo el relato de los últimos días de la vida de Walter Benjamin, en el contexto histórico de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y la existencia [...]

  • D. Sheinbaum
    Acta Poética (2015). Vol. 36 pp. 71-85

    Abstract
    El autor muestra la influencia de Samuel Beckett en la obra del escritor sudafricano. Analiza las dos primeras novelas de J. M. Coetzee, Dusklands (1974) e In the Hearth of [...]

  • U. Seydel
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 187-214

    Abstract
    En la primera mitad del siglo xx, el sociólogo Maurice Halbwachs y el crítico literario y filósofo Walter Benjamin, publicaron trabajos pioneros sobre la dimensión social [...]

  • J. Sefamí
    Acta Poética (2015). Vol. 36 pp. 87-104

    Abstract
    The boundaries between prose and verse, the presence of different characters’ voices, wich act as semi-heteronyms and orbit the texts giving a certain distance to the poetic [...]

  • S. Santoyo
    Acta Poética (2013). Vol. 34 pp. 61-70

    Abstract
    Este texto expone algunas relaciones entre tiempo y técnica en la fotografía, en términos de Walter Benjamin y José Luis Brea, pero también de la misma práctica. A partir [...]

  • E. Santangelo
    Acta Poética (2013). Vol. 34 pp. 35-61

    Abstract
    En este artículo se propone una lectura de Los detectives salvajes de Roberto Bolaño (1998) a partir del análisis de algunos procesos de intempestividad y espectralidad [...]

  • A. Rossi
    Acta Poética (2015). Vol. 36 pp. 119-132

  • A. Martínez
    Acta Poética (2014).

    Abstract
    La mística no siempre ha transitado por el mismo camino ni en el mismo sentido. En algunas obras de literatura se presenta como una mística al revés. En el cuento “Rito”, [...]

  • D. Vértiz
    Acta Poética (2014).

    Abstract
    En el año de 1992 Francisco Magaña publica su tercer poemario, Calendas, la mirada, en la colección “El ala del tigre” de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico. [...]

  • E. Brondo
    Acta Poética (2013). Vol. 34 pp. 71-84

    Abstract
    El descubrimiento reciente del archivo fotográfico de Vivian Maier, de más de 150, 000 imágenes de Nueva York y Chicago de los años cincuenta, sesenta y setenta del siglo [...]

  • C. Ramos
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 137-147

    Abstract
    En este artículo se analiza la relación que puede establecerse entre los sueños de anábasis del poema de sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Primero sueño, y la novela de Sergio [...]

  • B. Rivera
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 51-67

    Abstract
    La mística es una experiencia que muy pocas personas consiguen tener, y aun para esas personas es difícil expresar lo que significó y continúa significando en su vida. [...]

  • C. Palacios
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 213-227

    Abstract
    Este artículo analiza el uso del humor negro del caricaturista Fontanarrosa en su serie Semblanzas Deportivas, definiendo, a la vez que deslindando, lo humorístico y lo [...]

  • P. Stecher
    Acta Poética (2014). Vol. 35 pp. 119-147

    Abstract
    Hacia fines del siglo xix, los conocimientos científicos que orientaron la investigación y la enseñanza médica en la Universidad de Buenos Aires trazaron un estrecho vínculo [...]

  • L. Odello
    Acta Poética (2013).

    Abstract
    Riget, la serie de televisión de dos temporadas dirigida por Lars von Trier entre 1994 y 1997, pone en escena un hospital acechado por fantasmas y una comunidad científica [...]