Cumana


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a port city in northeastern Venezuela on the Caribbean Sea

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hormaechei in the Cumana hospital, carrying blaVIM and blaKPC genes, is of great relevance, both clinically and epidemiologically.
There is also the useful addition of an interview with Varela, conducted by two of the editors (Cumana and Dubinsky).
(2.) Instituto de Investigaciones en Biomedicina y Ciencias Aplicadas (IIBCA-UDO), Vicerrectorado Academico, Universidad de Oriente, Cumana, estado Sucre, Venezuela; darriech@yahoo.com
ubicada en la carretera nacional Cantaura-Aguasay, Campo Mata, distrito Freites del estado Anzoategui, Venezuela) con las siguientes medidas biometricas iniciales: longitud total 3,02 [+ o -] 1,20 cm y masa 3,11 [+ o -] 1,80 gr, fueron trasladados, desde la piscicultora, en bolsas plasticas selladas conteniendo agua y oxigeno, hasta el laboratorio de Proteinas e Inmunotoxicidad, ubicado en el Departamento de Bioanalisis de la Universidad de Oriente, nucleo de Sucre, Cumana, estado Sucre, los alevines fueron introducidos (estando aun en las bolsas donde fueron transportados) en acuarios de vidrio (medidas 60 x 30 x 40 cm y con capacidad util de 60 L de agua) que contenian agua previamente aireada y sin cloro.
The temporary shutdown of the Japanese car maker's operations in the western city of Cumana was due to begin February 13 and last at least six weeks.
Orobanche cumana is naturally distributed from central Asia to south-eastern Europe, where it parasitizes wild Asteraceae species, mainly Artemisia spp.
The reason behind the name of the new currency is twofold: on the one hand, it honors Antonio JosA[c] de Sucre, one of the freedom fighters for South America and right-hand man of Venezuelan independence hero SimA[sup.3]n BolA-var (the sucre agreement was signed in his hometown of CumanA , Venezuela).