Monthly Archives: April 2021

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Research Evaluates Color Stability in Tilapia Filets

Occupying a prominent place in world aquaculture, Nile tilapia has genetic characteristics, which facilitate breeding, and high acceptance in the market. In addition, color is the main sensory parameter evaluated by consumers when purchasing meat products. From this, researchers evaluated the color and oxidative stability of light and dark tilapia muscles. Read More →

Serum calcitonin levels shows more sensitivity than cytopathology for the medullary thyroid cancer diagnosis

In the present study, serum calcitonin levels were more sensitive than cytopathology for diagnosis of medullary thyroid cancer (MTC) and were able to identify all patients who could not be diagnosed by FNAB. Besides, Bethesda category III was more prevalent in the group of patients carrying this neoplasm. Read More →

The guide for writing qualitative research reports – COREQ is now available in Portuguese

Researchers who adopt qualitative methods using interviews and focus groups in their studies now have the Brazilian Portuguese validated translation of the Consolidated Criteria for Reporting Qualitative Research (COREQ) available. Read More →

New issue of Manuscrito invites us to consider a genuinely dynamic ontology: Process Metaphysics

In order to develop an essentially dynamic ontology and set free from our “substance metaphysics” bias, relational structures must be brought to the forefront of contemporary metaphysical debates. Read More →