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  • Mesopotamia Broadcast A/S METV v Bundesrepublik Deutschland; Roj TV A/S v Bundesrepublik Deutschland: (Joined Cases C-244/10 and C-245/10): Court of Justice of the European Union (Third Chamber): Lenaerts (President of Chamber), Silva de Lapuerta (Rapporteur), Arestis, Malenovsky and von Danwitz JJ: 22 September 2011

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  • An open two-way cross-over study to compare the bioavailability of two fluoxetine formulations after single oral dose administration in 24 healthy volunteers: V. Gualano1, A. Renoux1, D. Chassard2, J. Amoedo3 1. ASTER, 3–5 rue Eugéne Millon - 75015 PARIS, FRANCE 2. CEPHAC - Av. du Haut de Chaume 86281 - Saint Benoit Cedex, FRANCE 3. EURO-LABOR S.A. Rua Alfredo da Silva, no 16 - Zona industrial de Alfragide -2720 ALFRAGIDE PORTUGAL

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  • 1931-Os Tenentes no Poder (O Ciclo de Vargas, Vol. IV).by Helio Silva;1932-A Guerra Paulista (O Ciclo de Vargas, Vol. V).by Helio Silva

    Review by: R. J. D. Evans  

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  • Non-volatile memory circuits for FIMS and TAS writing techniques on magnetic tunnelling junctions

    Silva, V.   Vestias, M.P.   Neto, H.C.   Fernandes, J.R.  

    This paper presents, and compares, two circuits based on Magnetic RAM (MRAM) technology for use as configuration memory elements of coarse grained reconfigurable arrays. MRAM based memory cells provide non-volatility with cell areas and access speeds comparable to those of conventional static memories. Two scaled-down prototypes of a coarse grain reconfigurable array that employs MRAM based elements as configuration memory have been designed, manufactured and tested. One prototype employs Field Induced Magnetic Switching (FIMS) writing technique while the other prototype employs Thermally Assisted Switching (TAS) writing technique. Both prototypes are compared qualitatively and quantitatively and conclusions are drawn.
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  • Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. I: Ernani Silva Bruno;Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. II: Ernani Silva Bruno;Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. III: Ernani Silva Bruno;Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. IV: Rio e Ernani Silva Bruno;Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. V: Sao Paulo e O Ernani Silva Bruno;Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. VI: Grande Ernani Silva Bruno;Historia do Brasil. Geral e regional. Vol. VII: Ernani Silva Bruno

    Review by: E. Bradford Burns  

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  • Five channel WDM communication using a single a:SiC-H double pin photo device

    Silva, V.   Barata, M.   Louro, P.   Vieira, M.A.   Vieira, M.  

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  • Biotechnological products in batch reactors obtained from cellulose,glucose and xylose using thermophilic anaerobic consortium

    Silva, V.   Ratti, R. P.   Sakamoto, I. K.   Andrade, M. V. F.   Varesche, M. B. A.  

    Lignocellulosic residues used for biofuel production is an alternative source to increase the energy supply. However, the cellulose found in this biomass must be made available in fermentable sugars, requiring a complex enzymatic mechanism only found in specific microorganisms. Some thermophilic and anaerobic bacteria of the Clostridium species are able to produce cellulolytic enzymes and metabolize pentose and hexose to ethanol. Therefore, we evaluated the degradation of cellulose, glucose, and xylose through the use of a thermophilic microbial consortium and ethanol production. The batch tests were performed in Thermoanaerobacter ethanolicus medium at 55 degrees C, pH 7. The tests were performed using 5.51 mmol/L glucose, 8.06 mmol/L xylose and 1 g/L cellulose. The highest ethanol yield was observed in the reactor with glucose (1.73 mol-EtOH/mol-glucose), followed by the reactor with xylose (133 mol-EtOH/mol-xylose). In contrast, the reactor with cellulose exhibited lower ethanol yield (1.88.10(-3) mol-EtOH/g-cellulose), acetic acid and methane were also observed. Bacteria similar to Caloramator sp., Fervidobacterium sp., Thermoanaerobacterium sp. and Ethanoligenens sp. were identified by Illumina MiSeq sequencing, all related to the ethanol production. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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  • Salgueiro Da Silva Mouta v. Portugal

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  • Light memory function in a double pin SiC device

    Silva, V.   Vieira, M.   Vieira, M.A.   Louro, P.   Barata, M.  

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  • Logic functions based on optical bias controlled SiC tandem devices

    Silva, V.   Vieira, M. A.   Vieira, M.   Louro, P.   Fantoni, A.   Barata, M.  

    The purpose of this paper is the design of an optoelectronic circuit based on a-SiC technology, able to act simultaneously as a 4-bit binary encoder or a binary decoder in a 4-to-16 line configurations and show multiplexer-based logical functions. The device consists of a p-i'(a-SiC:H)-n/p-i(a-Si:H)-n multilayered structure produced by PECVD. To analyze it under information-modulated wave (color channels) and uniform irradiation (background) four monochromatic pulsed lights (input channels): red, green, blue and violet shine on the device. Steady state optical bias was superimposed separately from the front and the back sides, and the generated photocurrent was measured. Results show that the devices, under appropriate optical bias, act as reconfigurable active filters that allow optical switching and optoelectronic logic functions development providing the possibility for selective removal of useless wavelengths. The logic functions needed to construct any other complex logic functions are the NOT, and both or either an AND or an OR. Any other complex logic function that might be found can also be used as building blocks to achieve the functions needed for the retrieval of channels within the WDM communication link. (C) 2014 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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  • GPU-based DVB-S2 LDPC decoder with high throughput and fast error floor detection RID B-2749-2009

    Falcao, G.   Andrade, J.   Silva, V.   Sousa, L.  

    A new strategy is proposed for implementing computationally intensive high-throughput decoders based on the long length irregular LDPC codes adopted in the DVB-S2 standard. It is supported on manycore graphics processing unit (GPU) architectures, for performing parallel multi-threaded decoding of multiple codewords with reduced accesses to global memory. This novel approach is flexible and scalable, and achieves throughputs superior to the 90 Mbit/s required by the DVB-S2 standard, while at the same time it improves error-correcting performances such as BER and error floors regarding conventional VLSI-based decoders.
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  • Determining the likely place of HIV acquisition for migrants in Europe combining subject-specific information and biomarkers data

    Pantazis, Nikos   Thomadakis, Christos   del Amo, Julia   Alvarez-del Arco, Debora   Burns, Fiona M.   Fakoya, Ibidun   Touloumi, Giota   Aerssens, A.   Aguado, M.   Alimi, B.   Alvarez, D.   Anagnostou, O.   Anderson, J.   Antoniadou, A.   Arando, M.   Barbera, M. J.   Barros, H.   Barthelemy, A.   Belda-Ibanez, J.   Bertisch, B.   Bil, J.   Blanco, J. R.   Block, K.   Boesecke, C.   Boura, M.   Burgos, J.   Burns, F. M.   Cabo, J.   Calabuig, E.   Campbell, L.   Cardoso, O.   Claudia, W.   Clumeck, N.   Colucci, A.   Corrao, S.   Cuellar, S.   Cunha, J.   Daikos, G.   Darling, K.   del Amo, J.   del Romero, J.   Dellot, P.   Dixneuf, M.   Domingo, P.   Dronda, F.   Ebeling, F.   Engelhardt, A.   Engler, B.   Fakoya, I.   Farrell, J.   Fehr, J.   Feijo, M.   Fernandez, E.   Garcia, E. Fernandez   Fernandez, T.   Fortes, A. L.   Fox, J.   de Olalla, P. Garcia   Garcia, F.   Gargalianos-Kakolyris, P.   Gennotte, A. F.   Germano, I.   Gilleran, G.   Gilson, R.   Goepel, S.   Gogos, H. A.   Sirvent, J. L. Gomez   Gountas, I.   Gregg, A.   Gutierrez, F.   Gutierrez, M. M.   Hermans, I.   Iribarren, J. A.   Knobel, H.   Koulai, L.   Kourkounti, S.   La Morte, C.   LeCompte, T.   Ledergerber, B.   Leonidou, L.   Ligero, M. C.   Lindergard, G.   Lino, S.   Lopes, M. J.   Lirola, A. Lopez   Louhenapessy, M.   Lourida, G.   Luzi, A. M.   Maltez, F.   Manirankunda, L.   Martin-Perez, A.   Martins, L.   Masia, M.   Mateu, M. G.   Meireles, P.   Mendes, A.   Metallidis, S.   Mguni, S.   Milinkovic, A.   Miro, J. M.   Mohrmann, K.   Monge, S.   Montero, M.   Mouhebati, T.   Moutschen, M.   Mueller, M.   Murphy, C.   Nostlinger, C.   Ocana, I.   Okumu-Fransche, S.   Onwuchekwa, G.   Ospina, J. E.   Otiko, D.   Pacheco, P.   Palacios, R.   Paparizos, V.   Papastamopoulos, V.   Paredes, V.   Patel, N.   Pellicer, T.   Pena, A.   Petrosillo, N.   Pinheiro, A.   Pocas, J.   Portillo, A.   Post, F.   Prestileo, F.   Prestileo, T.   Prins, M.   Prins, P.   Protopapas, K.   Psichogiou, M.   Pulido, F.   Rebollo, J.   Ribeirinho, A.   Rio, I.   Robau, M.   Rockstroh, J. K.   Rodrigues, E.   Rodriguez, M.   Sajani, C.   Salavert, M.   Salman, R.   Sanz, N.   Schuettfort, G.   Schuttfort, G.   Schwarze-Zander, C.   Serrao, R.   Silva, D.   Silva, V.   Silverio, P.   Skoutelis, A.   Staehelin, C.   Stephan, C.   Stretton, C.   Styles, F.   Sutre, A. F.   Taylor, S.   Teixeira, B.   Thierfelder, C.   Touloumi, G.   Tsachouridou, O.   Tudor, K.   Valadas, E.   van Frankenhuijsen, M.   Vazquez, M.   Arribas, M. Velasco   Vera, M.   Vinciana, P.   Volny-Anne, A.   Voudouri, N.   Wasmuth, J. C.   Wengenroth, C.   Wilkins, E.   Young, L.   Yurdakul, S.   Espinosa, T. Zafra   Zuure, F.   Del Amo, Julia   Meyer, Laurence   Bucher, Heiner C.   Chene, Genevieve   Hamouda, Osamah   Pillay, Deenan   Prins, Maria   Rosinska, Magda   Sabin, Caroline   Touloumi, Giota   Porter, Kholoud   Olson, Ashley   Cartier, Andrea   Fradette, Lorraine   Walker, Sarah   Babiker, Abdel   Bucher, Heiner C.   De Luca, Andrea   Fisher, Martin   Muga, Roberto   Kelleher, Tony   Cooper, David   Grey, Pat   Finlayson, Robert   Bloch, Mark   Kelleher, Tony   Ramacciotti, Tim   Gelgor, Linda   Cooper, David   Smith, Don   Zangerle, Robert   Gill, John   Lutsar, Irja   Dabis, Francois   Thiebaut, Rodolphe   Costagliola, Dominique   Guiguet, Marguerite   Vanhems, Philippe   Chaix, Marie-Laure   Ghosn, Jade   Meyer, Laurence   Boufassa, Faroudy   Hamouda, Osamah   Meixenberger, Karolin   Bannert, Norbert   Bartmeyer, Barbara   Antoniadou, Anastasia   Chrysos, Georgios   Daikos, Georgios L.   Touloumi, Giota   Pantazis, Nikos   Katsarou, Olga   Rezza, Giovanni   Dorrucci, Maria   Monforte, Antonella d'Arminio   De Luca, Andrea   Prins, Maria   Geskus, Ronald   van der Helm, Jannie   Schuitemaker, Hanneke   Sannes, Mette   Brubakk, Oddbjorn   Kran, Anne-Marte Bakken   Rosinska, Magdalena   Muga, Roberto   Tor, Jordi   Garcia de Olalla, Patricia   Cayla, Joan   del Amo, Julia   Moreno, Santiago   Monge, Susana   Del Amo, Julia   del Romero, Jorge   Perez-Hoyos, Santiago   Sonnerborg, Anders   Bucher, Heiner C.   Gunthard, Huldrych   Scherrer, Alexandra   Malyuta, Ruslan   Murphy, Gary   Porter, Kholoud   Johnson, Anne   Phillips, Andrew   Babiker, Abdel   Pillay, Deenan   Morrison, Charles   Salata, Robert   Mugerwa, Roy   Chipato, Tsungai   Price, Matt A.   Gilmour, Jill   Kamali, Anatoli   Karita, Etienne  

    In most HIV-positive individuals, infection time is only known to lie between the time an individual started being at risk for HIV and diagnosis time. However, a more accurate estimate of infection time is very important in certain cases. For example, one of the objectives of the Advancing Migrant Access to Health Services in Europe (aMASE) study was to determine if HIV-positive migrants, diagnosed in Europe, were infected pre- or post-migration. We propose a method to derive subject-specific estimates of unknown infection times using information from HIV biomarkers' measurements, demographic, clinical, and behavioral data. We assume that CD4 cell count (CD4) and HIV-RNA viral load trends after HIV infection follow a bivariate linear mixed model. Using post-diagnosis CD4 and viral load measurements and applying the Bayes' rule, we derived the posterior distribution of the HIV infection time, whereas the prior distribution was informed by AIDS status at diagnosis and behavioral data. Parameters of the CD4-viral load and time-to-AIDS models were estimated using data from a large study of individuals with known HIV infection times (CASCADE). Simulations showed substantial predictive ability (e.g. 84% of the infections were correctly classified as pre- or post-migration). Application to the aMASE study (n =3D 2009) showed that 47% of African migrants and 67% to 72% of migrants from other regions were most likely infected post-migration. Applying a Bayesian method based on bivariate modeling of CD4 and viral load, and subject-specific information, we found that the majority of HIV-positive migrants in aMASE were most likely infected after their migration to Europe.
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  • Case of Salgueiro da Silva Mouta v. Portugal

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  • An open two-way cross-over study to compare the bioavailability of two fluoxetine formulations after single oral dose administration in 24 healthy volunteers: V. Gualano1, A. Renoux1, D. Chassard2, J. Amoedo3 1. ASTER, 3–5 rue Eugéne Millon - 75015 PARIS, FRANCE 2. CEPHAC - Av. du Haut de Chaume 86281 - Saint Benoit Cedex, FRANCE 3. EURO-LABOR S.A. Rua Alfredo da Silva, no 16 - Zona industrial de Alfragide -2720 ALFRAGIDE PORTUGAL

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  • 04/00356 Wind energy in Brazil — present and future: Filgueiras, A. and e Silva, T. M. V. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2003, 7, (5), 439–451

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  • New and interesting chaetothyrialean fungi from Spain

    Madrid, H.   Hernandez-Restrepo, M.   Gene, J.   Cano, J.   Guarro, J.   Silva, V.  

    In the course of taxonomic studies on saprobic microfungi from Spain, several slow-growing, dematiaceous hyphomycetes were isolated from soil, submerged plant material and river sediments. Sixteen of these strains were identified as members of the ascomycete order Chaetothyriales on the basis of morphology and DNA sequence analyses of the internal transcribed spacer region and partial large subunit ribosomal RNA gene. These included three novel species (Cladophialophora pseudocarrionii, Cyphellophora chlamydospora, and Rhinocladiella amoena) and five interesting, little-known or clinically-relevant species (Cyphellophora suttonii, Exophiala aquamarina, E. lacus, E. radicis, and Rhinocladiella similis). In addition, Exophiala oligosperma, an emerging opportunistic fungus, was found for the first time in an aquatic freshwater environment (river sediments). Cladophialophora pseudocarrionii resembles C. carrionii in the branching pattern of its conidial chains, but differs from the latter species in its inability to grow at 30 A degrees C. Cyphellophora chlamydospora differs from other species of the genus in the absence of conidiation, producing only chlamydospores in vitro. Rhinocladiella amoena shows branched conidiophores similar to those of R. anceps, R. atrovirens, R. basitona and R. similis, but differs from them in conidial shape and size. The ex-type strain of Phialophora livistonae, included in the phylogenetic study, clustered with high statistical support with members of the genus Cyphellophora and is transferred to this genus.
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