CANCAS

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Se obtuvieron 27 muestras de musculo de tiburon martillo (Acapulco: 22, Cancas: 3, San Jose: 2), los cuales median entre 57 - 93 cm LT y presentaron una abertura umbilical abierta (n=6), parcialmente abierta (n=6) o completamente cerrada (n=13) por lo que fueron clasificados como neonatos (n= 12) y juveniles (n= 13) (Tabla 1).
A David Sarmiento por el apoyo en la toma de muestras y a las comunidades pesqueras de San Jose, Acapulco y Cancas.
The division of the locations (north: Zorritos, Acapulco, Cancas, Mancora, and Yacila; south: San Jose; and Salaverry) was justified because of biogeographic characteristics of the Tropical East Pacific and Warm Temperate Southeastern Pacific marine provinces where the collection sites were located (Spalding et al., 2007) (Fig.
In this study, seven patients with IBD in association with cANCAs were identified.
Patients with both forms of IBD most frequently UC usually mount a response to atypical pANCAs but not to cANCAs that commonly react to MPO rather than PR-3 antigen.
This may suggest an ethnic basis that may influence the tendency to mount response of cANCAs.
In formalin-treated neutrophils, however, the vasculitis-associated pANCA reactivity converts to a granular cytoplasmic (cANCA) pattern.
The prevalence of ANCAs varied for the respective ANCA patterns; i.e., p--and cANCA, pANCA on ethanol-fixed substrates, and pANCA on ethanol-fixed substrates combined with a negative finding on formalin-fixed substrate.
Golfo de California, desde Puerto Penasco, Mexico hasta las Islas Galapagos, Ecuador; Cancas, Tumbes, Peru.
Golfo de California, Mexico, hasta el norte de Cancas, Tumbes, Peru.
Distribucion en Peru.--Paita, Piura (Bernard 1976, Coan & Valentich-Scott 2012); Caleta Cancas y Puerto Pizarro, Tumbes (este estudio).
Material examinado.--4 valvas derechas 18.0-27.0 mm de longitud; Caleta Cancas, Tumbes, 18-27 m, fijadas a una valva de Spondylus limbatus; col.