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El Informe Valech y la tortura masiva y sistemática como crimen contra la humanidad cometido en Chile durante el régimen militar. Su enjuiciamiento desde la perspectiva del derecho penal internacional: Apuntes a propósito de la obra del Prof. Dr. Kai Ambos, Der Allgemeine Teil des V?lkerstrafrechts, 2 ed., Duncker und Humblot, Berlín 2004, 1058 páginas
Matus A.,Jean Pierre;
Ius et Praxis , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-00122005000100007
Abstract: this article reviews prof. dr. kai ambos' book, der allgemeine teil des v?lkerstrafrechts, and proposes the application of the main results of this book to the possible trial of the acts of massive and systematic torture carried out in chile between 1973 and 1990, described in the report of the national commission on political imprisonment and torture (also known as the valech report). we therefore begin by describing and analyzing prof. ambos' system for a general part of international penal law, and then torture is analyze as a crime against humanity, subject to the rules of international penal law. here we determine its main elements (a massive and systematic character), the competent tribunal in chile for this matters, and the procedure to be applied. we next turn to the description of the facts, as rendered in the valech report, which brings us to the conclusion that torture was applied in chile in a massive and systematic way during the military regime, which supported it through the establishment of a "legalized" repression "machinery". next, the existence of an individual penal responsibility derived from these facts is determined, followed by the analysis of the main problems of the general part of international penal law which would emerge if those responsible individuals were brought to trial. in this we follow the two-level scheme of analysis proposed by kai ambos, namely, discussing first the objective and subjective presuppositions for this responsibility, and then turning to the analysis of the main defenses available to the defendants.
Fernández, Fuenzalida y Vera: Comentaristas, autodidactas y olvidados. Análisis diacrónico y sincrónico de la doctrina penal chilena del siglo XIX
Matus A,Jean Pierre;
Ius et Praxis , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-00122006000100003
Abstract: this paper demonstrates the self-taught formation of the authors of the commentaries to the penal code of century xix, and its little influence in works of its time and the following ones, which is is attributed to the intellectual (bad) habits of the national university formation than to an supposed lack of value of the information and argumentations contained in them
La Política Criminal de los Tratados Internacionales
Matus A,Jean Pierre;
Ius et Praxis , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-00122007000100010
Abstract: this article exposes the principal characteristics that are common to the international crimes contemplated in treaties and conventions which do not constitute "crimes under international law", presenting a rudiment of systematization of its general part in the sense of the continental dogmatic. it is sustained that the facts understood in these categories, which in general affects the liberty, the life, and the personal security considered as crimes by a wide number of states which could be an indicator of the existence of an incipient "world state", with common rules of penalization at the same time needed to implement by the states and independents of the existence of an supranational organ to make these effective
Origen, consolidación y vigencia de la Nueva Dogmática Chilena (ca. 1955≈1970)
Matus A,Jean Pierre;
Política criminal , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-33992011000100003
Abstract: the following article describes the evolution of three generations of chilean criminal law professors, from 1925 to1970. the sources and influences of each generation, and how they influence subsequent generations, are explained. then, the conditions that influenced the emergence of a large number of new criminal law scholars of the 1955-1970 generation, known as the new chilean dogmatic, and their participation in the dispute between the "neoclassical system" and the "theory of final action?, are established. the article concludes by examining the current relevance of the new chilean dogmatic?s contributions and the effects of the 1973 coup in its further development.
The Development of New Drug Treatments for Functional Recovery After Neurological Damage Based Upon a Novel Hypothesis Driven-Technological Platform
Pierre A. Guertinin vivo
The Open Conference Proceedings Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.2174/2210289201001010137]
Abstract: The global pharmaceutical industry is facing unprecedented challenges that are increasingly influenced by financial, political, demographical and ecological issues. As shown by the significant reduction of new drug applications or NDAs (U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved new molecular entities) in recent years, the industry is profoundly affected by the increasing cost of development of new drugs, the large number of existing drugs that have begun to go off patent (reduced revenues), increasingly stringent regulations and corresponding increased development time. As a response, we have created a technological platform aimed at accelerating the development of new drug treatments for central nervous system indications. It allows a rapid identification of leads and drug candidates suitable for clinical development based upon a novel in vivo drug screening and hypothesis-driven approach that reduces the time of drug discovery and development. Furthermore, the platform is adapted to specifically identify synergistic (or new) effects induced by combination products with known molecular entities rather than with new molecular entities which reduces risks and costs of development. In less than five years, we have identified with minimal investment, two (2) combination product candidates for functional recovery after spinal cord injury that are suitable for preclinical and clinical development. These results provide evidence suggesting that it is feasible with alternative approaches and small research facilities to efficiently identify leads and drug candidates and, thus, to provide the industry with new drug treatments suitable for clinical development.
Recensión: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Strafrechtswissenschaft (ZStW),
Jean Pierre Matus A.
Política criminal , 2008,
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Anxiolytics may promote locomotor function recovery in spinal cord injury patients
Pierre A Guertin
Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment , 2008,
Abstract: Pierre A GuertinNeuroscience Unit, Laval University Medical Center (CHUL), Quebec City, CanadaAbstract: Recent findings in animal models of paraplegia suggest that specific nonbenzodiazepine anxiolytics may temporarily restore locomotor functions after spinal cord injury (SCI). Experiments using in vitro models have revealed, indeed, that selective serotonin receptor (5-HTR) ligands such as 5-HTR1A agonists, known as relatively safe anxiolytics, can acutely elicit episodes of rhythmic neuronal activity refered to as fictive locomotion in isolated spinal cord preparations. Along the same line, in vivo studies have recently shown that this subclass of anxiolytics can induce, shortly after systemic administration (eg, orally or subcutaneously), some locomotor-like hindlimb movements during 45–60 minutes in completely spinal cord-transected (Tx) rodents. Using ‘knock-out’ mice (eg, 5-HTR7-/-) and selective antagonists, it has been clearly established that both 5-HTR1A and 5-HTR7 were critically involved in mediating the pro-locomotor effects induced by 8-OH-DPAT (typically referred to as a 5-HTR1A agonist) in Tx animals. Taken together, these in vitro and in vivo data strongly support the idea that 5-HTR1A agonists may eventually become constitutive elements of a novel first-in-class combinatorial treatment aimed at periodically inducing short episodes of treadmill stepping in SCI patients.Keywords: 5-HT agonists, anxiolytics, locomotion, SCI
Can the Spinal Cord Learn and Remember?
Pierre A. Guertin
The Scientific World Journal , 2008, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2008.106
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Informe pericial ante Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, sobre aplicación jurisprudencial de decreto ley 2191 de amnistía, de fecha 19 de abril de 1978
Jean Pierre Matus A
Ius et Praxis (En línea) , 2006,
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Informe Sobre Algunos Aspectos Sustantivos y Procesales del Delito de Lavado de Dinero del Art. 12 de la Ley 19.366
Jean Pierre Matus A.
Ius et Praxis (En línea) , 2004,
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