912 Works

\"Captis mentibus\" (LIV. 8.18) alle origini della repressione criminale senatoria

Mariateresa Amabile
The paper deals with the famous passage by Tito Livio, Ab Urbe Condita 8. 18, concerning the terrible plague caused in 331 b.C. by some Roman matrons through the diffusion of poisons prepared by themselves.The episode testifies the role played by the Senate in the criminal repression, when it began to entrust to the consuls or the magistrates - assisted by a consilium of senators - the investigation and the punishment of particularly serious crimes....

Il Genovesi. Rivista bimestrale di politica e cultura. Anno I, n. 4 (1961)

Giuseppe Palomba, Antonio Vitale, Antonio Vitolo, Andrea Marchi, Massimo Panebianco, Ricciotti Antinolfi, Edoardo Guglielmi & Luciano Nicastri

Prolonged complete hematologic response in relapsed/refractory T-large granular lymphocyte leukemia after bendamustine treatment

Rosa Rosamilio, Valentina Giudice, Idalucia Ferrara, Silvana Annunziata, Luciano Pezzullo, Gaetano Villani, Carlo Eugenio Baldi, Roberto Guariglia, Mattia Rocco & Carmine Selleri
T-large granular lymphocyte leukemia (T-LGLL) is a chronic clonal proliferation of effector memory cytotoxic CD3+CD57+CD56- T cells and the current guidelines suggest immunosuppressive therapy as first-line therapy, but the treatment of refractory/relapsed patients is still challenging due to the lack of prospective studies. We describe a series of two refractory/relapsed T-LGLL patients successfully treated with bendamustine, a chemotherapeutic agent largely used for B-cell neoplasms, but poorly investigated for the treatment of T-cell diseases. Complete remission...

Evaluation of symptoms and prevention of cancer in menopause: the value of vulvar exam

Anna Rita Palumbo, Carmine Fasolino, Giuseppe Santoro, Virginia Gargano, Maurizio Rinaldi, Bruno Arduino, Mario Belli & Maurizio Guida
Vulvar and vaginal atrophy (VVA), is a chronic medical condition experienced by postmenopausal women, with prevalence estimated ranging from 10% to 50% [1]. VVA is characterized by a constellation of symptoms, that may affect daily activities, sexuality, relationships, and quality of life [3]. Early recognition and effective treatment of VVA may enhance sexual health and the quality of life of women and their partners. Some vulvar conditions such as lichen sclerosus are more prevalent in...

Asimmetria ed equilibrio nelle interazioni strategiche. Giochi cooperativi e procedure di mediazione

Claudio De Giacomo
The paper deals with the Games Theory in social and juridical fields and mainly in ADR, Alternative Dispute Resolution. The focus is the analysis of cooperative and non cooperative contexts, where the asymmetry of positions in the game affects the player's strategic behavior and there are no dominant strategies, as in the case of Nash equilibrium. In such cases it is up to collusive behavior or to bargaining to look for a possible point of...

Le radici democratiche dell’azione amministrativa: una breve riflessione

Giovanni Sciancalepore

La Consulenza tecnica dello Psicologo in ambito Civile: aspetti normativi e procedurali

Giuseppe Palmieri

Passažirka di Mieczysław Weinberg: opera russa e tematica ebraica nella ‘scuola šostakoviciana’

Anna Giust
Mieczysław Weinberg (1919-1996), a Jewish composer born in Poland from a Russian family, took refuge in the Soviet Union during the World War II. He experienced repression due to his origins and family relationships and made the Shoah a pillar of his own poetics, raising the lament for the victims to a universal dimension. This article is dedicated to his main opera, The Passenger (1967-68), based on a subject by the Polish writer Zofia Posmysz,...

Pilot study on epigenetic response to a mind-body treatment

Mauro Cozzolino, Francesco Guarino, Stefano Castiglione, Angela Cicatelli & Giovanna Celia
In the last years, epigenetics and functional genomics methods to evaluate the genomic effects and mechanisms of mind-body therapies have increasingly grown. DNA microarray technology has been used to show the involvement of the stress response pathways both in the case of disease and stress and as an effect of mind-body therapies. In the present research, the DNA samples obtained from 20 individuals who experienced a mind-body therapeutic protocol (MBT-T), were analysed from the bio-molecular...

Alle origini della ‘superfluità’. Il lišnij čelovek e la ricezione russa del roman personnel

Jacopo Doti
This article aims at giving an account of the Russian reception of the French personal novel and its contribution to the development of Russian psychological realism. The heuristic qualities of self-disclosure embedded in the pseudo-autobiographical novels by Chateaubriand, Senancour, Constant and De Musset gave rise to a peculiar ‘discursive practice’, which required a sophisticated language, able to express the metaphysics of everyday life. This is the reason why Pushkin advocated the Russian translation of Constant’s...

Dissenso e proteste nella diaspora ucraina in America settentrionale dopo il 1968

Simone Attilio Bellezza
This article presents the story of two Ukrainian student organizations in the USA, the New York City Ukrainian Students Hromada (Community) and the Committee for the Defense of Soviet Political Prisoners. Born in the late 1960s and early 1970s, these two groups reveal the different conception of national belonging of the second generation of the third Ukrainian migratory wave in America. The action of these groups had a strong transnational dimension, capable of attracting groups...

Pensare la Primavera di Praga: tra disillusione, lutto e melanconia.

Pavel Kolář
This essay seeks to raise the question of how the Prague Spring and its suppression mattered for the subsequent history of the European Left. Did its defeat, by allegedly expelling any genuinely democratic socialism into the realm of utopia, contribute to the overall decline of leftwing militancy? Within this problematic, I first touch upon the conceptual pair of ‘illusion’ and ‘disillusion’ that has significantly shaped the post-1968 discourse on the Left. Second, I suggest a...

Use of the directional atherectomy for the treatment of femoro-popliteal lesions in patients with critical lower limb ischemia

Umberto Marcello Bracale, Gaetano Vitale, Guido Bajardi, Donatella Narese, Ettore Dinoto, Anna Maria Giribono, Doriana Ferrara, Luca Del Guercio, Massimo Midiri & Felice Pecoraro
Femoro-popliteal PTA for the treatment of critical limb ischemia is frequently associated with unsatisfactory procedural success rates while directional atherectomy (DCA) has improved success rate since claudicant patients undergoing percutaneous treatment of femoro-popliteal obstructive disease. The aim of this prospective study is to evaluate the safety, efficacy and procedural success of DCA, at one year, in the percutaneous treatment of femoro-popliteal obstructive disease in patients with critical limb ischemia. Methods. From March 2012 to March...

Mean reticolocyte hemoglobin content index plays a key role to identify children who are carriers of β –thalassemia

Paolo Vicinanza, Mariella Vicinanza, Vincenzo Cosimato, Daniela Terracciano, Sergio Cancellario, Angelo Massari, Paolo Danise, Carmine Selleri & Bianca Serio
Reticulocyte (r) and red blood cell (RBC) indices provide reliable parameters for screening and monitoring iron deficiency anemia (IDA) patients and β-thalassemia trait (BTT) carriers. The aim of this study is to identify a simple method for use to distinguish β-thalassemia trait carriers from IDA and to evaluate the correlation between BTT genetic mutation and MCV values and new discrimination index for the detection of β-thalassemia trait (DI-BTT). We analyzed CHr, MCHCr, MCVr, RBC, mean...

Elective orthopaedic and trauma patients in southern italy are vitamin d deficient. A pilot study.

Antonio Foccillo, Rocco Aicale & Nicola Maffulli
Many patients present with Vitamin D (Vit d; 25 (OH) D) deficiency on admission to hospital. The present study evaluated the levels of serum concentration of 25 (OH) D in patients undergoing elective arthroplasty of the hip and knee and in patients with proximal femur fracture. A total of 90 patients of both sex were recruited, 20 with osteoarthritis of the knee, 29 with osteoarthritis of the hip, and 41 with a hip fracture. The...

La psicoanalisi russa fra marginalità e assimilazione (1904-1930)

Maria Zalambani
The present research is an attempt to write the initial pages of a study on the social and cultural history of psychoanalysis in Russia. While the swift spread in Russia of Freudian thought and methods is well known, what is little known are the causes of its rapid diffusion. The evolution of how Freud’s methods became diffused in Russia is examined against the background of the socio-economical processes that were changing Russian society between the...

Gradationing Gombrowicz. Remarks on Second-Hand Translations

Nadzieja Bąkowska
This article demonstrates the dependency on the French translation of the Italian and English translations of Witold Gombrowicz’s 1966 drama entitled Operetta and discusses the relationship between these three translations and the Polish original. This has been conducted in terms of the author’s literary and dramatic style peculiarities, as well as his ideological and artistic orientation. It proves that, paradoxically, a translation – even a second-hand one – does not always imply major detachment from...

Il Picentino : giornale della Real Società Economica ed organo della Camera di Commercio ed Arti della provincia di Salerno : 3. serie, Anno 9, Volume 3. (1866)

La pubblicazione conservata in Archivio di Stato di Salerno è rilegata con Anno 1865

67 kDa laminin receptor (67LR) in normal and neoplastic hematopoietic cells: is its targeting a feasible approach?

Nunzia Montuori, Ada Pesapane, Valentina Giudice, Bianca Serio, Francesca Wanda Rossi, Amato De Paulis & Carmine Selleri
The 67 kDa laminin receptor (67LR) is a non-integrin cell surface receptor for laminin (LM) that derives from a 37 kDa precursor (37LRP). 67LR expression is increased in neoplastic cells and correlates with an enhanced invasive and metastatic potentialin many human solid tumors, recommending this receptor as a new promising target for cancer therapy. This is supported by in vivo studies showing that 67LR downregulation reduces tumour cell proliferation and tumour formation by inducing apoptosis....

Il Genovesi. Rivista bimestrale di politica e cultura. Anno I, n. 1 (1961)

Alfredo Capone, Lucio Avagliano, Guglielmo Barela, Maria Barone, Felice Bottiglieri, Giuseppe Cantillo, Donato Cappuccio, Sebastiano Caso, Renato Fuccella, Gaetano Giordano, Edoardo Guglielmi, Giuseppe Lupinelli, Andrea Manzella, Maria Teresa Messina, Luciano Nicastri, Massimo Panebianco, Amedeo Postiglione, Alberto Rispoli, Vittorio Salemme, Antonio Vitale & Antonio Vitolo

Forenses et habitatores Arbi: Identitet stranaca i doselje­nika u srednjovjekovlju

Stijepo Stjepović
The present article’s objective is the research of nominal formulas of immigrants to the commune of Rab and the foreigners who were in a direct or indirect contact with the commune in the second half of the 14th Century according to the data available from the documents written by Nicholas from Bologna and Nicholas from Curtarolo. The data give us an insight into the anthroponymic structure, origin, occupation and family situation of immigrants and foreigners...

Il nuovo regime di pubblicità degli atti del CSM dopo l’autoriforma regolamentare del 2016

Silvia Grassi

Le allusioni puškiniane in Dar di Vladimir Nabokov. Alcune riflessioni sull’intertestualità e la sua traduzione

Maria Emeliyanova
Examining the case of Vladimir Nabokov’s Russian novel Dar and its English translation The Gift, this paper offers a reflection on translatability of an intertextual presence in a literary text. In particular, the paper focuses on the allusions to the works and life of Alexander Pushkin, whose figure plays a significant role in the development of the novel’s main character. Pushkin’s presence permeates the text at several levels and the maintenance of this intertextual connection...

Lo sberleffo della rivolta nella poesia di Nowa Fala

Marcello Piacentini
The student revolt of March 1968 in Poland quickly succumbed under the wave of brutal violence and repression unleashed by the regime against the peaceful students and broader academic milieu. Polish students in their twenties, i.e., the first generation that was born and raised under communist rule, only then were confronted by the specific repressive authoritarianism of the self-defined communist regime, so the main consequence of the March revolt was that the regime violence discredited...

Cronache meridionali. A. XI, Nuova serie, n.7-12 (1964)

Massimo Caprara, Umberto Cardia, Beppe Vacca, Cesco Chinello, Francesco Pistoiese, Dario Montino, Gaetano Di Marino, Gustavo Hermann, Valentino Parlato, Luigi Incoronato, Federico Brini, Donato Scutari, Gaetano Volpe, Giovanni Leucci, Eneide D'Ippolito, Mariano D'Antonio, Giorgio Napolitano, Lina Tamburrino, Nicola Badaloni, Diego Del Rio, Giovanni Leucci, Paolo Cinanni, Carlo Violi, Antonio Quistelli, Felice Piemontese … & Maurizio Valenzi
N. 7 (luglio 1964): Caprara, M., La battaglia per le Regioni, P. 9 ; Cardia, U., Sassa per il Mezzogiorno o programmazione regionale? P. 36 ; Vacca, B., Mote per un dibattito sugli intellettuali meridionali, P. 49 ; Chinello, C., Il polo di sviluppo di Porto Marghera, P. 67 ; M. D’A., Il piano Giolitti, P. 82 ; Pistoiese, F., La vicenda del Laboratorio Internazionale di Biofisica, P. 86 ; P. V., Il caso dell’industriale...

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