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Programa 3: Agua, nutriente

Mac-Mary S, et al. Assessment of effects of an additional dietary natural mineral water uptake on skin hydration in healthy subjects by dynamic barrier function measurements and clinic scoring, Skin Research and Technology, 2006; Aug;12(3):199-205.

https://doi: 10.1111/j.0909-752X.2006.00160.x


Programa 4: Sexy pero enferma

Elegbe IA & Elegbe I. Quantitative Relationships of Candida albicans Infections and Dressing Patterns in Nigerian Women, American Journal of Public Health, 1983; Apr;73(4):450-2.


Programa 5: Limpio pero muy limpio

Syed AK, et al. Triclosan Promotes Staphylococcus aureus Nasal Colonization, mBio 2014; Apr 8;5(2):e01015.


Programa 6: Lo más dulce de las abejas

 Nishio EK, et al. Antibacterial synergic effect of honey from two stingless bees: Scaptotrigona bipunctata Lepeletier, 1836, and S. postica Latreille, 1807. Scientific Reports 2015. Feb 12;6:21641.


Programa 8: Nuestro primer amor: Cesárea vs parto natural

 Dominguez-Bello MG. Partial restoration of the microbiota of cesarean-born infants via vaginal microbial transfer. Nat Med 2016; Mar;22(3):250-3.


Programa 9: El odio hiere menos que el olvido

 Ross KM, et al. Close relationship qualities and maternal peripheral inflammation during pregnancy, Psychoneuroendocrinology 2017; Mar;77:252-260.


Programa 10: No solo los humanos importamos

Desforges J-PW.  Immunotoxic effects of environmental pollutants in marine mammals, Environment international 2016. Jan;86:126-39.


Programa 12: Te defiendo hasta los huesos.

Furuya M, et al. Direct cell–cell contact between mature osteoblasts and osteoclasts dynamically controls their functions in vivo, Nature Communications 2018. Jan 19;9(1):300.


Programa 13: Mocosa pero orgullosa.

Ren C, et al. Lactic acid bacteria may impact intestinal barrier function by modulating goblet cells, Molecular Nutrition & Food Research 2018. Mar;62(6):e1700572.

https://doi: 10.1002/mnfr.201700572.


Programa 14: Nuestras manos pecadoras.

Guo N, et al. Effect of hand washing and personal hygiene on hand food mouth disease: A community intervention study. Medicine (Baltimore) 2018; Dec;97(51):e13144.


Programa 15: Todas somos iguales, pero un tanto diferentes.

Ravel J, et al.Vaginal microbiome of reproductive-age woman, PNAS 2011; Mar 15;108 Suppl 1(Suppl 1):4680-7.


Programa 16: Cuando pensaba con la barriga.

De Palma G, et al. Transplantation of fecal microbiota from patients with irritable bowel syndrome alters gut function and behavior in recipient mice. Science Translational Medicine 2017; Mar 1;9(379):eaaf6397.




Programa 18: Fagocito despiértate!

The clock gene Bmal1 inhibits macrophage motility, phagocytosis, and impairs defense against pneumonia, PNAS 2020. Jan 21;117(3):1543-1551.


Programa 19: La plaqueta y el eritrocito, una historia de amor.

Karsten E. Red blood cells are dynamic reservoir of cytokines. Scientific Reports 2018. Feb 15;8(1):3101.


Programa 20: El culebrero de las defensas.

Arreola R, et al. Immunomodulation and anti-inflammatory effects of garlic compounds. Journal of Immunological Research 2015;


Programa 22: La superdoctora de los supermicroorganismos.

Arias CA, et al. Genetic basis for in vivo daptomycin resistance in enterococci. N Engl J Med 2011, Sep 8;365(10):892-900.


Programa 23: Las microfábricas de medicamentos.

Ortiz-Vélez L, et al. Challenges and pitfalls in the engineering of human interleukin 22 (hIL-22) secreting Lactobacillus reuteri. Front Bioeng Biotechnol 2020; Jun 5;8:543.


Programa 24: Inmunidad de rebaño.

Randolph HE & Barreiro LB. Herd Immunity: Understanding COVID-19. 2020; May 19;52(5):737-741.


Programa 26: Los que hablan con el viento.

Kwan A. Successful newborn screening for SCID in the Navajo Nation. Clin Immunol; 2015; May;158(1):29-34.


Programa 33: Las defensas también meditan 2.

Black DS & Slavich GM. Mindfulness meditation and the immune system: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2016; Jun;1373(1):13-24.


Programa 36: Abdala y soberana

Rodríguez Mega E. ¿Can Cuba beat with its homegrown vaccines?. Nature 2021; Apr 29.




Programa 37: Enterogermina

Protective action of Bacillus claussi probiotic strains in an in vitro model of Rotavirus infection. Scientific Reports 2020. Jul 28;10(1):12636.


Programa 40: Mitad hombre, mitad simio

Niu Y, et al. Dissecting primate early post-implantation development using long-term in vitro embryo culture. Science 2019. Nov 15;366(6467):eaaw5754.


Programa 41: COVID en niños

Dong Y, et al. Epidemiology of COVID-19 among children in China. Pediatrics 2020. Jun;145(6):e20200702.


Programa 42: Que bonita es esta vida

Koshland Jr DE. Special essay: The seven pillars of life. Science 2002. Mar 22;295(5563):2215-6.


Programa 44: La uña y sus defensas

Ito T, et al. Immunology of the human nail apparatus: the nail matrix is the site of relative immune privilege. J Invest Dermatol 2005. Dec;125(6):1139-48.


Programa 47: Diario de un astronauta

Alexander Choukèr & Oliver Ullrich The Immune System in Space: Are we prepared?. Editorial Springer 2016.


Programa 48: Alemania Oriental vs Occidental

Krämer U et al. What can reunification of east and west Germany tell us about the cause of the allergy epidemic? Clin Exp Allergy 2015. Jan;45(1):94-107.


Programa 50: La hipótesis de la higiene

Caraballo L. The tropics, helminth infections and hygiene hypotheses. Expert Rev Clin Immunol 2018. Feb;14(2):99-102.


Programa 51: Los microbios en el embarazo y la navidad

Younge N, et al. Fetal exposure to the maternal microbiota in humans and mice. JCI insight 2019. Oct 3;4(19):e127806.




Programa 52: La felina albina de Amalfi

Stinchcombe J, et al. Linking albinism and immunity: the secrets of secretory lysosomes. Science 2004. Jul 2;305(5680):55-9.


Programa 57: Repito vacuna?

Shekhar R, et al. COVID-19 vaccine booster: to boost or not to boost. Oct 28;13(4):924-929.


Programa 58: La travesía del pacífico y el Chucrut

Peters A, et al. Metabolites of lactic acid bacteria present in fermented foods are highly potent of human hydrocarboxylic acid receptor 3. PLoS Genet 2019; May 23;15(5):e1008145.


Programa 61: Azúcar

Kearns CE, et al. Sugar industry and coronary heart disease research: a historical analysis of internal industry documents. JAMA intern Med 2016. Nov 1;176(11):1680-1685.


Programa 62: El sabor agridulce del tabaco

Cataldo JK, et al. Cigarette smoking is a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease: an analysis controlling for tobacco industry affiliation. J Alzheimers Dis 2010; 19(2):465-80.


Programa 63: No solo de pan vive el hombre

Tinsley GM & La Bounty PM. Effects of intermittent fasting on body composition and clinical health markers in humans. Nutr Rev 2015; Oct;73(10):661-74.


Programa 67: Nos fortalecen los tatuajes

Lynn CD, et al. Tattooing to “toughen up”: Tattoo experience and secretory immunoglobulin A. Am J Hum Biol 2016; Sep 10;28(5):603-9.


Programa 68: El grandioso invento del sótano

Robinson JP & Roederer M. History of Science: Flow cytometry strikes gold. Science 2015; Nov 13;350(6262):739-40.


Programa 71: Las propiedades anti-microbianas del oro

Su C, et al. Antibacterial properties of functionalized gold nanoparticles and their application in oral biology. Journal of nanomaterials 2020;


Programa 74: Los pies descalzos y el sereno

Vialard F & Olivier M. Thermoneutrality and Immunity. Frontiers in Immunology 2020;

Programa 77&78: La viruela del mono

Bunge EM, et al. The changing epidemiology of human monkeypox-A potential threat? A systematic review. Plos neglected tropical diseases 2022;

Programa 82: Premio nobel de medicina y fisiología 2022

Green RE, et al. A draft sequence of the neandertal genome. Science 2010;

Programa 87: La paz que reside en nuestras defensas

Hotez PJ. Will anti-vaccine activism in the USA reverse global goals?. Comment in Nature Reviews Immunology 2022.

Programa 88: La deuda inmune

Cohen R, et al. Pediatric Infectious Disease Group (GPIP) position paper on the immune debt of the COVID-19 pandemic in childhood, how can we fill the immunity gap?. Infectious Diseases Now 2021.

Programa 89: Aprendizajes desde el pesebre, parte 1

Palmeira P, et al. IgG placental transfer in healthy and pathological pregnancies. Clinical and Developmental Immunology, 2012.

Programa 90: Aprendizajes desde el pesebre, parte 2

Keag OE, et al. Long-term risks and benefits associated with cesarean delivery for mother, baby, andsubsequent pregnancies: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Plos Medicine 2018.


Programa 98: El inmunómetro, una mirada científica

Wild Versprille LJ, et al. Development and Validation of the Immune Status Questionnaire (ISQ). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019.

Programa 99: Es anti-inflamatorio el bicarbonato?

Ray SC, et al. Oral NaHCO3 activates a splenic anti-inflammatory pathway; evidence cholinergic signals are transmitted via mesothelial cells. Journal of Immunology 2019.

Programa 101: El frailejón y sus microbios

Rangel-Ibañez D, Zafra G. Diversidad microbiana asociada a Espeletia spp. en ecosistemas de alta montaña. Revista Biotecnología en el Sector Agropecuario y Agroindustrial 2022.

Programa 108: Jugando se aprende

Su T, et al. Investigating the effectiveness of an educational card game for learning how human immunology is regulated. CBE-Life sciences education 2014.


Programa 110: La vitamina A y las vacunas

Penkert RR, et al. Influences of Vitamin A on Vaccine Immunogenicity and Efficacy, Frontiers in Immunology 2019.

Programa 111: La vitamina C y la conquista de nuestros genes

Morante-Palacios O, et al. Vitamin C enhances NF-B-driven epigenomic reprogramming and boosts the immunogenic properties of dendritic cells. Nucleic Acids Research 2022.

Programa 112: La vitamina D y el virus del VIH

Alvarez N, et al. The potential protective role of Vitamin D supplementation on HIV-1 infection. Frontiers in Immunology 2019. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2019.02291

Programa 117: Nuevos probióticos

Pacheco-Martínez CK et al. Características de microorganismos utilizados como probióticos tradicionales y nuevos probióticos. Actualidades Biológicas 2023. DOI:10.17533/udea.acbi/v45n119a05

Programa 120: La historia de la asparaginasa

Diego Fernando Rincón Reyes, José Luis Padilla Agudelo, Andrea Isabel Pinilla Da Silva, et al. An acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell-based preclinical assay revealed functional differences of commercial L-asparaginase administered in Colombia. Authorea. October 21, 2022. DOI: 10.22541/au.166635725.56110056/v1

Programa 121-122: Se nos acaba la paciencia

Hurtado C, Rojas-Gualdrón DF, Urrego R, Cashman K, Vásquez-Trespalacios EM, Díaz-Coronado JC, Rojas M, Jenks S, Vásquez G, Sanz I. Altered B cell phenotype and CD27+ memory B cells are associated with clinical features and environmental exposure in Colombian systemic lupus erythematosus patients. Front Med (Lausanne). 2022 Sep 6;9:950452. doi: 10.3389/fmed.2022.950452.

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