Monthly Archives: May 2021

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Factors associated with congenital malformations in live births

The aim of the article was to estimate the prevalence of congenital malformations and identify the associated factors in live births. Cross-sectional study with data from the Live Births Information System. Bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis (multiple logistic regression) were performed. There were 346,874 live births, of which 3,473 had some type of malformation. In the multiple analysis, the factors positively associated with prevalence were duration of pregnancy ≤37 weeks, maternal age 20-29 years, single pregnancy, type of delivery and antenatal consultations <6. Read More →

Inclusion and diversity in Administration: manifest for the future-present

The manifest-article discusses the role of academic journals in Administration for inclusion and diversity. Starting from theoretical references of social movements (intersectionality, transversality, and decoloniality), we present a proposal for a transformation agenda for practices on diversity in the area, which allow changes at a more structural level. Read More →

Academic journals in the scientific area of Administration: stars or accessory?

How do academic journals monitor and reflect the dynamics of Administration in Brazil? How do these actors position themselves in this space? These questions guide the research, which analyzes the dynamics of the area and reinforces strategies for the scientific contribution of journals. Read More →

Study shows clinical value of TGFB1 and its receptors (TGFBR1 and TGFBR2) in thyroid nodules

This trial showed that SNPs rs1800472 and rs1800469 were associated with characteristics of PTC aggressiveness. TGFB1 mRNA expression was upregulated in PTC and downregulated in benign samples. TGFBR1 mRNA expression was upregulated in goiter and PTC, but downregulated in FA. On the other hand, TGFBR2 was downregulated in all histological types analyzed. Read More →

Research analyzes honey production by stingless bees in the peruvian amazonia

Meliponiculture is the rational breeding of stingless bees. Being a common practice in Latin America, the research sought to analyze the production and collect data on the physical-chemical and microbiological characteristics of the honey produced by these techniques, generating greater knowledge about the honey produced. Read More →