ABOUT JAVIER ENRÍQUEZ SERRALDE

Javier Enríquez Serralde (Mexico City, 1955) graduated as a physician & surgeon from La Salle University, Mexico. After his specialty, he completed postgraduate studies in London and a doctorate at Cornell University, NY After a long academic career and scientific research in the United States, accompanied by numerous publications, he has been an executive of pharmaceutical companies in America and Europe, dedicated to clinical research.

 

His literary work is of a unique style. Its complex narrative contains multiple linguistic sediments and innumerable neologisms that illustrate feelings, dimensions and the ineffable, what has never before defined nor described.

CURIOSITIES

A science fiction novel in English
hominidos prehistoricos antartida paleoparadox jon henry ciencia ficcion novela suspenso medico cientifico

Paleoparadox it is a science fiction thriller. The story begins when experts from Geocrax, Inc., a company specializing in deep excavations, hire Professor Southerland, a renowned paleoanthropologist at the University of Arizona.

To properly recover pre-human vestiges, the teacher takes his student and a young doctor to the excavations. His destination: The Pole of Inaccessibility on the Antarctic continent. A challenge to contemporary theories of human evolution. And a challenge for them.

After rescuing 900,000-year-old relics hidden under miles of ice, the team exhumes portions of two frozen hominins: a male and a female.

The young doctor clandestinely performs biopsies of the bodies' reproductive organs and transports the frozen samples to the hospital where he works: a fertility clinic. There he carries out the impossible and ... the nightmare begins.

Somewhat "tired" of the linear narrative of the best sellers , Javier Enríquez Serralde wrote Paleoparadox as a science fiction parody in English.

Originally, he did not want to associate his name with a narrative without linguistic complexity and without thought-provoking phrases, so he coined it under the pseudonym Jon Henry. He believed that he could weave a plot with the simplistic recipe favored by the publishing monopolies. His medical and scientific knowledge gave him the guideline to expand his imagination ridiculously in 137 thousand words.

The author points out that André Schiffrin called the phenomenon " the new ideology of the trade ". It is what has led to the vulgarization of culture in recent decades, with an exaggerated amount of entertainment for profit, a process in which, from time to time, limited jewels hidden in the dung emerge.

Prepared to be one more appendage of the publishing empire, he sent Paleoparadox to New York. The novel reached executive levels at Simon & Schuster, but when it was denied publication it gave up its efforts to publish it in other publishers. Later, he uploaded it to amazon.com . Thus was born and died Paleoparadox .

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Kindergarten, Bertha von Glümmer, México City

 

Elementary School, Instituto Patria, México City

 

Junior High, Instituto Patria, México DF. Expelled for failing the second year, which he repeated for failing the first time.

High School, various schools until finished.

 

Bachelor of Biological Sciences, La Salle University, Mexico City

 

M.D, School of Medicine, La Salle University, Mexico City

 

Postgraduate in Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Tropical Medicine, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London University, London

 

Ph.D. in Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

 

Articles and presentations in medicine and science

Second surnames are not used in the United States of America. Therefore, Javier Enríquez Serralde published under the name of FJ Enriquez, F. Javier Enriquez or J. Enriquez, depending on the provisions of the journal or scientific association. For the rest, Javier never liked the name Francisco and avoided using it.

Schneider CK, Melmed RD, Enriquez FJ, Barstow LE Ranger-Moore J., and Ostrem JA 2006. Oral immunoglobulin for children with autism and gastrointestinal dysfunction: a prospective, open-label study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 36: 1053-1064.

Shrestha A. and Enriquez FJ 2001. Prevalence of encephalitozoonosis among hospitalized patients in Nepal. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 65: 648–649.

Adjei AA, Curran BC, Castro M., Shrestha A., Delsid L., Fritz H., Velez M., and Enriquez FJ 2000. γδ + T cells and 65-kDa heat shock protein expression following Cryptosporidium parvum challenge in athymic C57BL / 6J nude mice. Immunology Letters 72: 35-38.

Adjei AA, Jones JT and Enriquez FJ 2000. Differential intraepithelial lymphocyte phenotypes following Cyrptosporidium parvum challenge in susceptible and resistant athymic strains of mice. Parasitology International 49: 119-129.

Adjei AA, Shrestha A., Castro M., and Enriquez FJ 2000. Adoptive Transfer of Immunity with Intraepithelial Lymphocytes in Cryptosporidium parvum-infected severe combined immunodeficient mice. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 320: 304-309.

Adjei A., Jones TT, Riggs MW and Enriquez FJ 1999. Evidence of Thymus-independent Local and Systemic Antibody Responses to Cryptosporidium parvum Infection in Nude Mice. Infection and Immunity 67: 3947-3951.

Adjei A., Jones TT and Enriquez FJ 1999. Prophylactic efficacy of dietary nucleosides and nucleotides in dexamethasone-immunosuppressed adult mice infected with Cryptosporidium parvum. Experimental Parasitology 92: 199-208.

Enriquez FJ and Riggs MW 1998. Role of Immunoglobulin A monoclonal antibodies against P23 in controlling murine Cryptosporidium parvum infection. Infection and Immunity 66: 4469-4473.

Bornay-Llinares FJ, da Silva AJ, Moura H., Schwartz DA, Visvesvara GS, Pieniazek NJ, Cruz-López A., Hernández-Jaúregui P., Guerrero J., Enriquez FJ 1998. Immunologic, Microscopic, and Molecular Evidence of Encephalitozoon (Septata) intestinalis Infection in Mammals other than Humans. Journal of Infectious Diseases 178: 820-826.

Enriquez FJ, Taren D., Cruz-López A. Muramoto M., Palting JD, and Cruz P. 1998. Prevalence of intestinal encephalitozoonosis in Mexico. Clinical Infectious Diseases 26: 1227-1229.

Enriquez FJ, Wagner G., Fragoso M., and Ditrich O. 1998. Inhibition of microsporidial growth in vitro by an anti-exospore monoclonal antibody. Parasitology 117: 515-520.

Dowd SE, Gerba GP, Enriquez FJ, and Pepper IL 1998. PCR amplification and species determination of Microsporidia in formalin-fixed feces after immunomagnetic separation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64: 333-336.

Enriquez FJ, Avila C., Tanaka-Kido J., Vallejo O., Sterling CR, and Santos JI 1997. Cryptosporidium infections in Mexican children: clinical, nutritional, enteropathogenic, and diagnostic evaluations. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 55: 254-257.

Enriquez FJ, Ditrich O., Palting JD, and Smith K. 1997. Simple diagnosis of Encephalitozoon spp. Microsporidial infections using a pan-specific anti-exospore monoclonal antibody. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 35: 724-729.

Enriquez FJ and Sterling CR 1994. Role of TH1 and TH2 cell secreted cytokines cryptosporidiosis. Parasitological Folia 40: 307-311.

Miller K., Duran-Pinales C. Cruz-Lopez A., Morales-Lechuga L., Taren D., and Enriquez FJ 1994. Prevalence of cryptosporidiosis among Mexican children from rural and urban areas. American Journal of Medicine and Hygiene 51: 322-325.

Cross ML, Cupp EW, and Enriquez FJ 1994. Differential modulation of murine cellular immune responses by salivary gland extract of Aedes aegypti. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 51: 690-696.

Cross ML, Cupp EW, and Enriquez FJ 1994. Modulation of murine CD4 + T cell-secreted cytokines and down-regulation of TH2-associated immune responses by salivary gland extract of black flies. Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 45: 119-124.

Hagler JR, Naranjo SE, Bradley-Dunlop D., Enriquez FJ, and Henneberry TJ 1994. A monoclonal antibody to pink bollworm (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) egg antigen: A tool for predator gut analysis. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87: 85-90.

Hagler, Brower AG, Tu Z., Byrne D., Bradley-Dunlop D., and Enriquez FJ 1994. Use of a monoclonal antibody to detect predation of the sweet potato whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Entomologia Exprimentalis et Aplicata 68: 231-236.

Cross ML, Cupp MS, Ramberg FR, Cupp EW, and Enriquez FJ 1993. Antibody responses of BALB / c mice to saliva of hematophagous black flies. Journal of Medical Entomology 30: 725-734.

Cross ML, Cupp MS, Cupp EW, Galloway AL, and Enriquez FJ 1993. Modulation of murine immunological responses by salivary gland extract of Simulium vittatum. Journal of Medical Entomology 30: 928-935.

Monroy F. and Enriquez FJ 1992. Heligmosomoides polygyrus: A model for chronic intestinal helminthiasis. Parasitology Today 8: 42-46.

Hagler JR, Cohen A., Bradley-Dunlop D., and Enriquez FJ 1992. New approach to mark insects for feeding and dispersal studies. Journal of Environmental Entomology 21: 20-25.

Hagler JR, Cohen A., Bradley-Dunlop D., and Enriquez FJ 1992. Field evaluation of predation on Lygus hesperus eggs using a species- and stage-specific monoclonal antibody. Environmental Entomology 21: 896-900.

Cross, ML and Enriquez, FJ 1992. Immunoassays for parasitology studies using a multiwell filtration system. Cell 71 (4): 11-13.

Enriquez FJ, Boggavarapu J., and Bradley-Dunlop D. 1992. Presence of IgE or IgE-like receptor in the intestinal nematode parasite of mice Heligmosomoides polygyrus. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 99: 123-126.

Ragland AR, Hastings K., and Enriquez FJ 1992. Rat anti-idiotypic monoclonal antibody to mouse IL-2 receptor. FASEB 6: A1605.

Bernas M., Enriquez FJ, Way D., Fiala M., Ragland A., Bradley-Dunlop D., and Witti, M. 1992. Failure to produce hybridoma-derived monoclonal antibodies specific for cultured AIDS-Kaposi Sarcoma cells. Life Sciences 52: 663-668.

Darban H., Enriquez FJ, Sterling CR, Lopez MC, Chen G., Abbaszadegan M., and Watson RR 1991. Cryptosporidiosis facilitated by murine retroviral infection with LP-BM5. Journal of Infectious Diseases 164: 741-745.

Hagler JR, Cohen A., Bradley-Dunlop D., and Enriquez FJ 1991. An egg-specific monoclonal antibody to Lygus hesperus. Biological Control 1: 75-80.

Enriquez FJ, Bradley-Dunlop D., and Joens L. 1991. Increased proportion of antigen-specific antibody-producing hybridomas following an in vitro immunization with in vivo immunized mouse spleen cells. Hybridoma 10: 745-751.

Enriquez FJ and Sterling CR 1991. Cryptosporidium parvum infections in inbred strains of mice. Journal of Protozoology 38: 100S-102S.

Enriquez FJ, Cypess RH, Scarpino V., and Wassom DL 1988. In vivo and in vitro egg production by Nematospiroides dubius female worms during primary and challenge infections of susceptible and resistant mice. Journal of Parasitology 74: 262-266.

Cypess RH, Lucia HL, Dunsford HA, and Enriquez FJ 1988. Tissue reaction to Nematospiroides dubius infections of mice. Journal of Helminthology 62: 69-76.

Enriquez FJ, Cypess RH, and Wassom DL 1988. Influence of immunizing dose and presence or absence of adult worms on the development of resistance to Nematospiroides dubius challenge infections of mice. Journal of Parasitology 74: 409-414.

Enriquez FJ, Zidian JL and Cypess RH 1988. Nematospiroides dubius: Genetic control of immunity to infections of mice. Experimental Parasitology 67: 12-19.

Enriquez FJ, Cypess RH and Wassom DL 1988. Nematospiroides dubius: Two H-2 genes influence the resistance to infection of mice. Experimental

Parasitology 67: 221-226.

Enriquez FJ, Cypess RH, Jacobson RH, and Wassom DL 1987. Adoptive transfer of resistance to Nematospiroides dubius infections of mice and an assay to measure the in vitro proliferation of lymphocytes reactive with N. dubius antigen. Immunology 62: 223-228.

PRESENTATIONS

Pruitt RE, Cohen LB, Gibiansky E., Wang C., Strayhorn S., Rhodes CA, Charest M., Katz S., Meddoff J., Schwartz H., Catanzaro A., Riff D., Weistein M., Smith C., Vincek W., Wall V., Enriquez FJ Procedural Sedation with AQUAVAN Injection during Colonoscopy: A Randomized, Open-label, Multicenter, Dose-Ranging Phase II Study of Safety and Efficacy for Endoscopic Procedures. HANDLE. Las Vegas, NV. 2004.

Cindy K. Schneider, MD, Raun D. Melmed, MDF Javier Enriquez, MD, Ph.D. Leon Barstow, Ph.D. and James A. Ostrem, Ph.D. Oral gammaglobulin treatment of gastrointestinal symptoms in autistic children. IMFAR, Orlando, FA. 2002.

Enriquez FJ, Adjei AA, Curran BC, Velez M, Shrestha AK and Fritz H. γδT cells and 65-kDa heat shock protein during Cryptosporidiosis in nude mice. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Washington, DC, USA pp. 181, 1999.

Adjei AA, Curran BC, Castro M, Shrestha AK, Delsid L, Velez M, Fritz H and Enriquez FJ. Antibody and intraepithelial lymphocyte responses during Cryptosporidium parvum infections in susceptible and resistant athymic nude mice. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Washington, DC, USA pp. 182, 1999.

Adjei AA, Jones JT, and Enriquez FJ. Dietary nucleosides and nucleotides reduce Cryptosporidium parvum infection in dexamethasone-immunosuppressed adult mice. 20th African Health Sciences Congress and 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Accra, Ghana. pp. 140, 1999.

Adjei AA, Jones JT and Enriquez FJ. Mucosal immune mechanisms of resistance to Cryptosporidium parvum infection in athymic nude C57BL / 6J mice. 20th African Health Sciences Congress and 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Accra, Ghana. pp. 141, 1999.

Adjei AA, Jones JT, Curran BC, Delsid L., Shesthra AK Fragoso M., Velez M., Fritz H. and Enriquez FJ Elevated antibody responses in athymic nude mice correlate with reduction of Cryptosporidium parvum oocyst shedding. 74th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists, Monterey, CA July, 1999.

Adjei AA, Jones JT, Curran BC, Delsid L., Shesthra AK Fragoso M., Velez M., Fritz H. and Enriquez FJ Mucosal immune responses to Cryptosporidium parvum infection in athymic nude C57BL / 6J mice. 74th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists, Monterey, CA July, 1999.

Adjei AA, Jones JT, Smith KS, Palting J., and Enriquez FJ Immunological effects of dietary nucleosides and nucleotides in dexamethasone-immunosuppressed adult mice challenged with Cryptosporidium parvum. 73rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Parasitology, Kona, Hawaii August 16-20, 1998.

Adjei AA, Jones JT, Smith KS, and Enriquez FJ Thymus-independent cell responses to Cryptosporidium parvum in nude mice. 73rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Parasitology, Kona, Hawaii August 16-20, 1998.

Ditrich O., Cross MF, Jones J., Hensel J., Enriquez FJ, 1997: Microsporidia and murine peritoneal macrophages. Journal of Eucatyotic microbiology 44: 26A.

Oleg Ditrich, Martin F. Cross, Janet Jones, Jennifer Hensel, and F. Javier Enriquez, 1997. Strategies of microsporidial evasion of macrophage killing Abstract of papers, The Second Workshop on Microsporidiosis and Cryptosporidiosis in Immunodeficient Patients, Ceske Budejovice, June 30 - July 3, 1997. Invited.

Enriquez FJ, Palting JD, Cruz-Lopez A., Hernandez-Jauregui P., Tellez C., Guerrero J., Curran B. Prevalence of microsporidial infections in children and adults with diarrhea. 97th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. Miami, FL May 4-8, 1997.

Pavia-Ruz N., Enriquez FJ, Santos A., and Santos JI Prevalence of Encephalitozoon spp. microsporidial infections in children with AIDS and chronic diarrhea. 97th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. Miami, FL May 4-8, 1997.

Enriquez FJ Microsporidia: Immunity and Immunodiagnosis. Second workshop of microsporidiosis and cryptosporidiosis. Czech Academy of Sciences and CDC (USA). Czech Republic. June 1997.

Jones JT, Adjei AA and Enriquez FJ Cytokine responses to Cryptosporidium parvum. 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Orlando, FL December 7-11, 1997.

Enriquez FJ, Cruz-Lopez AP, Palting JD, Cruz P., Hernandez-Jauregui P., Tellez C., Guerrero J., and Curran B. Prevalence of microsporidial infections in children and adults with diarrhea. American Society for Microbiology Meeting. Miami, Florida, 1997

Enriquez FJ, Ditrich O., Palting JD and Smith K. Diagnosis of Encephalitozoon spp. Microsporidial infections using a pan-specific anti-exospore monoclonal antibody. 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December 1996.

Enriquez FJ Mucosal antibodies in the treatment of AIDS opportunistic infections. School of Medicine, University of Puebla. July, 1997. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Microsporidial parasites: emerging pathogens. ISSSTE. Tlaxcala, Mexico. July1997. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Immunotherapeutic approaches in enteric parasitic infections. Experimental Medicine, UNAM. Mexico City, Mexico. August, 1997. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Immunodiagnosis of emerging infectious diseases. University of Puebla Medical School. August, 1997. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Diagnosis and Treatment of Emerging AIDS Opportunistic Infections. March, 1997. Ministry of Health, Division of Infectious Diseases, Cuernavaca, Mexico. Invited.

Pavia-Ruz Noris, Enriquez FJ, Santos-Segura A., Ramirez-Galvan L. and Santos JI November 1996. Prevalence of Microsporidia in AIDS children. Annual Congress of the Mexican Association of Clinical Microbiology and III National Congress of Antimicrobials and Chemotherapy. Guadalajara Mexico.

Enriquez FJ, Hensel J. and Sterling CR Cytokine responses in cryptosporidiosis. October 1996. Cytokines and the Th1 type and Th2 type Paradigm. Cairns, Australia.

Enriquez FJ Identification of AIDS opportunistic gastrointestinal protozoans. Infectious Diseases, St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, Australia. Attended by 15 physicians in care of AIDS patients. October 22, 1996. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Immunodiagnosis of Microsporidia with monoclonal antibody 3B6. October 23, 1996. Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, St. Vincent's Hospital. Attended by 25 physicians and scientists. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Emerging Pathogens Affecting AIDS PatientsISSSTE Hospital, Tlaxcala, Mexico. The presentation was attended by 50 physicians and scientists from Tlaxcala City. September 6, 1996. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Diagnosis and Treatment of Emerging AIDS Opportunistic Infections. Ministry of Health, Division of Infectious Diseases, Cuernavaca, Mexico. The presentation was attended by 100 scientists from the Ministry of Health. September 20, 1996. Invited.

Cross ML, Jones JT and Enriquez FJ Cytokine production in C57BL / 10 mice in response to immunization with Cryptosporidium parvum. Joint Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists and the Society of Protozoologists. Tucson, AZ. June 1996.

Enriquez FJ, Palting JD, Hensel J. and Riggs MW Immunotherapy of cryptosporidiosis using IgA monoclonal antibodies to neutralizing-sensitive C. parvum antigens. Joint Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists and the Society of Protozoologists. Tucson, AZ. June 1996.

Enriquez FJ, Palting JD, Riggs MW, Perryman L. and Hensel J. IgA monoclonal antibodies targeted to Cryptosporidium parvum neutralizing antigens. Bethesda, Maryland. March 1996.

Enriquez FJ Mucosal antibodies in the treatment of AIDS opportunistic infections. School of Medicine, University of Puebla. November 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ, Riggs MW, Palting J., and Hensel J. Mucosal immunotherapy of cryptosporidiosis using monoclonal antibodies to neutralizing antigens. 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. San Antonio, TX. November 1995.

Enriquez FJ Antigen-specific IgA monoclonal antibodies to specific epitopes within Cryptosporidium sporozoites. Faculty of Chemical Sciences, University of Puebla. 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Cryptosporidiosis in Mexico. Children's Hospital of Mexico. August 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Immunotherapeutic approaches in enteric parasitic infections. University of Puebla, School of Medicine. August 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ New progress in hybridoma technology. Faculty of Chemical Sciences. University of Puebla. August 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ, J. Palting, MW Riggs, and J. Hensel. IgA monoclonal antibodies targeted to Cryptosporidium parvum neutralizing antigens. NCDDG. Bethesda, MD. March 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Parasitic infections in Puebla State, Mexico. Minority Researchers Abroad. University of Arizona. 1995. Invited

Enriquez FJ Monoclonal antibodies in Medicine and Science. Biotechnology Seminars. University of Arizona. 1995. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Hybridoma technology. Principles and Practice. University of Puebla. Puebla, Mexico. 1994. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Immunotherapy to AIDS ooportunistic infections. Czech Academy of Sciences. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic. 1994. Invited.

Hensel J, Figuli P., Langer R., Riggs MW, Sterling CR, and Enriquez FJ Anti- Cryptosporidium parvum GP23 IgA MAb migration to intestinal mucosa in immunocompetent and immunodeficient mice. 47th Annual Protozoology Meeting and 3rd Workshop on Opportunistic Protozoan Pathogens. Cleveland, Ohio. 1994.

Enriquez FJ, Riggs MW, and Palting J. IgA Immunotherapy in Hepatobiliary Cryptosporidiosis. 47th Annual Protozoology Meeting and 3rd Workshop on Opportunistic Protozoan Pathogens. Cleveland, Ohio. 1994

Enriquez FJ Monoclonal antibodies: improved techniques and applications. AIDS Interamerican Congress and Latin American Pediatric Infectology. November 1993. Acapulco, Mexico. Invited.

Enriquez FJ, Miller K., Duran-Pinales C. Cruz-Lopez A., Morales-Lechuga L., and Taren D. Cryptosporidium parvum infections in children from urban and rural areas of Puebla State, Mexico. AIDS Interamerican Congress and Latin American Pediatric Infectology. November 1993. Acapulco, Mexico. Invited.

Enriquez FJ TH1- and TH2-regulation of responses to Cryptosporidium parvum infections in mice. First International Workshop in Microsporidiosis and Cryptosporidiosis. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic. 1993. Invited

Enriquez FJ Cryptosporidium parvum: a causative agent of diarrhea in Latin American children. Mexican Social Security Institute. Puebla City, Mexico. January, 1993. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Hybridoma Technology: principles and applications. University of Puebla Medical School. Puebla City, Mexico. January 1993. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Diarrheal disease and Cryptosporidium parvum. Children's Hospital of Mexico. January, 1993. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Veterinary Science Seminar Series. Parasite evasion of host immune responses. University of Arizona. 1992

Cross ML, Cupp M., Cupp EW, and Enriquez FJ Immunomodulatory effects of saliva from simuliid flies. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Seattle, WA. 1992.

Cross ML, Cupp MS, Ramberg FB, Cupp EW and Enriquez FJ Immunomodulatory effects of saliva from simuliid flies. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Seattle, WA. 1992

Ragland AR, Hastings K., and Enriquez FJ Rat anti-idiotypic monoclonal antibody to mouse IL-2 receptor. FASEB. Anaheim, CA. 1992.

Sterling CR, Riggs M., and Enriquez FJ Immunotherapeutic approaches for Cryptosporidium parvum infections. National Cooperative Drug Discovery Groups for the Treatment of Opportunistic Infections. NIH. Beltsville, MD. September, 1992.

Enriquez FJ, Bradley-Dunlop D., and Boggavarapu J. IgE Fc Receptors in the Intestinal Nematode Parasite Heligmosomoides polygyrus. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Boston, MA. December 1991.

Enriquez FJ Genetic control of immunity and modulation of host responses during intestinal helminthiasis. Seminars on Infectious Diseases. Hospital Infantil de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico. November 1991. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Cryptosporidium parvum infections in children and AIDS patients. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. October 1991. Invited.

Sterling CR, Riggs M., and Enriquez FJ Immunotherapeutic approaches for Cryptosporidium parvum infections. National Cooperative Drug Discovery Groups for the Treatment of Opportunistic Infections. NIH. Beltsville, MD. Hyatt Dulles Hotel. September 4-6, 1991.

Enriquez FJ Latin America: Dealing with diarrheal disease in children. International Health Program. University of Arizona. February 1991.

Enriquez FJ and Sterling CR Cryptosporidium parvum infections in 19 inbred strains of mice. American Society of Protozoology. Bozeman, Montana. June 1991.

Enriquez FJ Latin America: Dealing with diarrheal disease in children. International Health Program. Children's Hospital of Mexico. Mexico City, Mexico. October 30, 1991. Invited.

Enriquez FJ Parasite evasion of immune responses. Children's Hospital of Mexico. November 6, 1991. Invited presentation.

Enriquez FJ and Sterling CR Murine phenotype responses following Cryptosporidium parvum infections. III Latin American Congress of Tropical Medicine and 9th National Congress of Parasitology. 1990. Mexico City, Mexico.

Hastings KL, Enriquez FJ, Bradley-Dunlop D., Schuman S., Thomas CM, Hubbard AK, and Gandolfi AJ 1989. Development of a monoclonal antibody reactive with Halothane-associated neoantigens. American Society for Pharmaceutics and Experimental Therapeutics. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Enriquez FJ Influence of MHC on immune response to helmintic infections. Parasitic Immunology Conferences. Peruvian Society of Parasitology. Cayetano Hereida School of Medicine, Lima, Peru. April 27, 1989. Invited by the president of the Peruvian Association of Parasitology Dr. Cesar Naquira.

Enriquez FJ Phenotipic variation of H-2 and non-H-2 genes and resistance / susceptibility to infectious diseases. Ricardo Palma University. Lima Peru. May 2, 1989. Invited Presentation.

Enriquez FJ, Avila C., Vallejo O., Tanaka J., Alpuche C., Espinosa LE, Ramirez ML, Santos JI, and Sterling CR 1989. Cryptosporidium parvum infection in children of Mexico City. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Honolulu, HI.

Avila C., Alpuche C., Enriquez FJ, Vallejo O., Tanaka J., Espinoza LE, Ramirez ML, and Santos JI Prevalence of Cryptosporidium in Mexican children with acute diarrhea. 1989. 29th ICAAC. Houston Texas.

Enriquez FJ, Cypess RH, Sayles PC, David CS and Wassom DL 1985. The method of immunization influences the resistance to Nematospiroides dubius infection in mice. Genetic Control of Infectious Diseases and Malignancy II: 86. Montreal, Canada.

Enriquez FJ Immunological implications of hypophysis xenotransplantation in humans. 1980. La Salle University, Mexico City.

Enriquez FJ and Barbarena M. Electrocardiographic and clinical evidence of cardiopathy in Pickwick Syndrome. 1979. JLS. Mexico City.

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