It was the aim to develop and test a measurement technique for the source position of an afterloading system using an electronic two-dimensional detector array (2D array). A "GammaMed plus IX" high dose rate afterloading device (Varian Medical Systems, Palo Alto, USA), and a Seven29 2D detector array (PTW Freiburg GmbH, Freiburg, Germany) have been used. A hollow needle has been connected to the afterloading device. Its outer diameter is 3.0 mm and its length...
Peptide and drug interactions in murine models, in vitro and in vivo studies with microphysiometry, confocal microscopy and functional magnetic resonance imagingPierluigi Nervi, Markus Rudin, Anna Magdalena Seelig-Löffler & Joachim Seelig
Diss. phil.-nat. Univ. Basel, 2004 .- Ref.: Joachim Seelig, Anna Seelig, Markus Rudin
Purpose: The goal of this ongoing project is to develop and integrate a comprehensive electronic health record (EHR) throughout a multi-facility radiation oncology network to facilitate more efficient workflow and improve overall patient care and safety. Methodology: We required that the EHR provide pre-defined record and verify capability for radiation treatment while still providing a robust clinical health record. In 1996, we began to integrate the Local Area Network Treatment Information System (LANTIS®) across the...
Contains works of Isidore of Seville: Libri originum (I-III e V-XX), De natura rerum, and letters exchanged between Isidore and Braulio of Zaragoza. The manuscript was assembled from an assortment of fragments that had been removed in the 19th century from law volumes held by the library of the chancery of St. Gerold in Vorarlberg. This volume was assembled at the request of Abbot Frowin of Engelberg (1143-1178), as indicated by dedicatory verses on f....
Strategic traditions, changing livelihoods, access to food and child malnutrition in the Zambian Kafue FlatsBrigit Obrist, Sonja Merten, Marcel Tanner & Ursula Ackermann-Liebrich
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2008. - Ref.: Brigit Obrist, Marcel Tanner, Ursula Ackermann-Liebrich
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 129 : Hieronymus, Commentarii in epistolas Paulinas ad Ephesios, ad Titum, ad PhilemonemSophronius Eusebius Hieronymus
A copy of the exegesis of the Letters of Paul to the Ephesians, Titus, and Philemon by the Church Father Jerome († 420). This codex was produced at the beginning of the the 9th century at the Abbey of St. Gall.
A copy of the exegesis of Books 1-5 of the Old Testament prophet Isaiah by the Church Father Jerome († 420). The codex, created during the 9th century at the Abbey of St. Gall as a copy of Cod. Sang. 113, still retains its original Carolingian binding.
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2011. - Ref.: Matthias Hamburger, Veronika Butterweck
Diss. phil.-nat. Univ. Basel, 2009. - Ref.: M. Hamburger, J. Gertsch
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 157 : Augustinus, De diversis quaestionibus octoginta tribus; Sermo 101; Contra adversarium legis et prophetarumAurelius Augustinus
Copies of three works by Augustine, De diversis quaestionibus octoginta tribus (incomplete), Sermo 101 and – in an excellent version – Contra adversarium legis et prophetarum. On page 1 there is a pen test: Omnis homo primum bonum vinum poni.
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2006. - Ref.: B. Ernst, A. Vedani, M. Hamburger
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 156 : Composite manuscript containing works by the Church Father Augustine, particularly sermonsPapa Gregorius I & Aurelius Augustinus
This codex produced at the Abbey of St. Gall, probably in the time of Abbot Grimald (841-872) or Hartmut (872-883) sometime after 850, contains numerous sermons and selections from sermons by Augustine; in addition it contains excerpts from other works written by Augustine, such as the Enarrationes in psalmos, the Tractatus in Iohannis evangelium and the Confessiones. The manuscript retains its original Carolingian binding.
"C'est le palu qui me fatigue", une étude en l'anthropologie de la santé sur les conceptions et les pratiques locales face au paludisme à Abidjan, Côte d'IvoireMarcel Tanner, Brigit Obrist, Lenore Manderson & Stefanie Granado
Diss. Phil. Nat. Univ. Basel, 2007. - Ref.: Marcel Tanner, Brigit Obrist, Leonore Manderson
Diss. phil.-nat. Univ. Basel, 2001 .- Ref.: E. Meyer, T.A. Jung
A manuscript produced at the Abbey of St. Gall in the 11th century, containing copies of 38 letters of the Church Father Augustine.
Plant macro remains from the 1st and 2nd Cent. A.D. in Roman Oedenburg/Biesheim-Kunheim (F), methodological aspects and insights into local nutrition, agricultural practices, import and the natural environmentStefanie Jacomet, Patricia Vandorpe & Veen, Marijke <
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2010. - Ref.: Stefanie Jacomet, Marijke van der Veen
Fribourg/Freiburg, Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire/Kantons- und Universitätsbibliothek, Cap. Rés. 527 : PlutarchusPlutarchus, Leonardo Bruni, Peter Falck, Angelus De Scarperia Jacobus, Xenophon , Leonardo Giustiniani, Leonardo Bruni & Franciscus Philelphus
Paper manuscript containing the Parallel Lives of Plutarch in latin translation. The first page features a golden initial on a background of white vine stem decoration, as well as a coat of arms in the bottom margin, perhaps that of Guiniforte Zazzi, Pavia professor of law; on the sides of the coat of arms can be read the name of Peter Falck (†1519), the Fribourg humanist through whom the manuscript reached Fribourg before becoming part...
This codex dates to the first half of the 14th century and contains a copy of Roman de la Rose, an Old French allegorical dream vision by Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun composed in the 13th century. This copy, which is one of more than 300 that survive in full or in part, is heavily annotated and shows evidence of extensive use by several different readers.
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 145 : Hieronymus, Commentarii in Matthaeum. De persecutione Christianorum (Ps.-Augustinus, Sermo LX ad fratres in eremo).Aurelius Augustinus & Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus
A copy of the exegesis of the Gospel of Matthew by the church father Jerome († 420) and his tract De persecutione Christianorum (On the Persecution of Christians), sometimes falsely attributed to Augustine as Sermon 60 of the Sermones ad fratres in eremo. The codex was made during the first quarter of the 9th century, probably not at the Abbey of St. Gall.
Redox potential and metabolic stability, development of high throughput assays for early compound profilingMatthias Hamburger, Anabel Felix, Manfred Kansy & Georg Gescheidt
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2009. - Ref.: M. Hamburger, G. Gescheidt, M. Kansy
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2010. - Ref.: Antoine Peters, Jan Hofsteenge, Susan Gasser, Genevieve Almouzi
This breviary dating from the second half of the 15th century contains assorted offices of the Proprium de sanctis in two parts as well as the text In dedicatione ecclesiae, a short collection of sermons for the celebration of church dedications (Richard of Saint Victor, Augustine, Eusebius ‹Gallicanus›, Bernard of Clairvaux) and the Creed. This manuscript displays the hand of Cordula von Schönau, the Dominican nun from the cloister of St. Katharina in St. Gall,...
Diss. phil.-nat. Univ. Basel, 2006 .- Ref.: U. Séquin, R. Brun, M. Hamburger
Novel process analytical technological approaches of dynamic image analysis for pharmaceutical dry particulate systemsMartin Kuentz, Venkateshwar Rao Nalluri, Matthias Hamburger & Georgios Imanidis
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2011. - Ref.: Georgios Imanidis ; Korref.: Martin Kuentz, Matthias Hamburger
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 864 : Composite manuscript containing works of Horace, Lucan, Sallust, and OvidQuintus Horatius Flaccus, Gaius Sallustius Crispus, Publius Ovidius Naso & Marcus Annaeus Lucanus
This codex consists of four independently produced parts, probably not written in St. Gall: 1. Horace, Odae (incomplete at the end, with some glosses); 2. Lucan, Pharsalia (incomplete at the end, heavily glossed; 3. Sallust, De coniuratione Catilinae (complete) and De bello Iugurthino (with some chapters missing); 4. Ovid, Amores (incomplete at the end, heavily glossed) and a page from the Metamorphoseon.