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  • Contribution of sex steroids and prolactin to the modulation of T and B cells during autoimmunity 

    Recalde, Gabriela; Moreno-Sosa, Tamara; Yudica, Florencia; Quintero, Cristian; Sanchez, Belén; Jahn, Graciela; Kalergis, Alexis; Mackern- Oberti, Juan Pablo (2017-12-16)
    VERSIÓN FINAL DE AUTORES ACEPTADA PARA PUBLICACIÓN (PRE-PRINT). In this review we discuss how sex steroids and prolactin affect regulation and responsiveness of B and T cells. Sex hormones exert profound effects on several physiological processes of nonreproductive tissues. In the immune system, several studies with experimental models for SLE have shown a noticeable pro-inflammatory role for ERα, contributing to disease development reflected in proteinuria and renal pathology. On the other hand, ERβ appears to have an antiinflammatory and immunosuppressive effect. Estrogen/ERα signaling induced ...
  • Variation of the nutritional composition of quinoa according to the processing used 

    Mezzatesta, Pablo; Farah, Silvia; Di Fabio, Amanda; Raimondo, Emilia (, 2020)
    PRE-PRINTS (VERSIÓN FINAL DE AUTOR PARA PUBLICACIÓN). In Mendoza, Argentina, quinoa is grown with a very good yield, and its consumption is becoming widespread. It is consumed as a seed, flour, expanded, sprout (germinated) and activated (hydrated). The popular belief is that all these forms have the same nutritional contribution. Taking into account this belief, the objective of this work was to determine the nutritional composition of the different preparations. The same batch of quinoa seeds was processed as flour, expanded, hydrated and sprout. It was analyzed by triplicate, applying ...