2021
DOI: 10.1002/ajmg.c.31905
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Genetic testing to restore the human right to identity in post‐dictatorship Argentina: Ethical, legal, and social issues

Abstract: The last military dictatorship in Argentina (1976Argentina ( -1983, committed egregious violations of human rights, including torture assassinations and disappearance of 30,000 political dissidents as well as friends and relatives. This included hundreds of pregnant women who were kept in clandestine detention centers and killed after delivering their babies in abject conditions. The succeeding democratic governments applied forensic genetics at the Banco Nacional de Datos Genéticos to identify the estimated 5… Show more

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“…Higher concentration of tPA in patients with COVID-19 than in healthy donors has been reported [ 40 ], yet the clot lysis time was higher indicating lower overall fibrinolysis activity [ 82 ]. The concentration of tPA does not always predict the endogenous enzymatic activity of tPA, owing to inactivation of the enzyme by inhibitors and other inhibitory mechanisms [ [46] , [47] , [48] , [49] , [50] ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Higher concentration of tPA in patients with COVID-19 than in healthy donors has been reported [ 40 ], yet the clot lysis time was higher indicating lower overall fibrinolysis activity [ 82 ]. The concentration of tPA does not always predict the endogenous enzymatic activity of tPA, owing to inactivation of the enzyme by inhibitors and other inhibitory mechanisms [ [46] , [47] , [48] , [49] , [50] ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%