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Risk stratification for indolent lymphomas
Hallack Neto, Abrah?o Elias;Costa, Renata Oliveira;Atalla, Angelo;Dulley, Frederico Luiz;Chamone, Dalton Alencar Fischer;Pereira, Juliana;
Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-84842010000500015
Abstract: indolent b-cell lymphomas account for approximately 40% of all non-hodgkin lymphomas (nhls). advances in technology have contributed to improvements in the diagnosis and classification of indolent non-hodgkin lymphomas. follicular lymphomas are the most common although the frequency varies significantly throughout the world. the description of the follicular lymphoma international prognostic index (flipi) was an important step in identifying patient subgroups, but its use in the clinical practice has not been established yet. the use of a larger number of paraffin active monoclonal antibodies for immunohistochemistry, molecular cytogenetic studies including standard cytogenetics, multi-color fluorescence in-situ hybridization (fish), polymerase chain reaction and locus-specific fluorescence insitu hybridization as well as developments in high-resolution techniquesincluding microarray gene expression profiling allow more accurate diagnosis andprecise definition of biomarkers of value in risk stratification. the identification ofdiseasespecific gene lists resulting from expression profiling provides a number ofpotential protein targets that can be validated using immunohistochemistry. analysesof gene expression profiles or constitutive gene variations may also provide additional insight for prognostication in the near future. a comprehensive understanding of the biology of these distinct lymphoid tumors will allow us to identify novel diseaserelated genes and should facilitate the development of improved diagnosis, outcome prediction, and personalized approaches to treatment.
Bussulfano e ciclofosfamida como condicionamento para o transplante de medula óssea da anemia aplástica grave
Dulley Frederico L.
Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia , 2001,
Evaluating National Socialism as a “True” Fascist Movement  [PDF]
Angelo Nicolaides
Advances in Historical Studies (AHS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ahs.2013.21004
Abstract: The terms “Fascism” and “Nazism” are often linked, and at times they are regarded as one and the same ideology. The question raised is what is the distinction between Fascism and National Socialism or Nazism? A closer look at the ideas of fascism and National Socialism reveals certain affinities and overlaps with other ideologies, like Socialism, Liberalism and Conservatism. Fascism had many contradictory strands and despite deep unresolved tensions between ideas of race, nation and state in both National Socialism and fascism, the former is regarded as a “true” fascist movement. This article strives to ascertain the main differences and similarities between National Socialism and fascism and to ascertain if National Socialism could be considered to be a “true” fascist movement.
A Review of Carbonatite Occurrences in Italy and Evaluation of Origins  [PDF]
Angelo Paone
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2013.32011

This review and evaluation seeks to clarify the controversial origins of the Umbria-Latium Ultra-alkaline District (ULUD) and the Vulture carbonatitic occurrence (Intramontane Ultra-alkaline Province, IUP) and their relation to the Roman Comagmatic Province (RCP). Generally, the geochemical and isotopic features of the IUP can be linked to those of the RCP. Hence, the rocks of the ULUD district, together with part of the Tuscan and Roman Province generated in the last 2 Ma can be ascribed to a complex interplay of two subduction events related to magmatism associated with the European and Adria slabs associated with the effect of a slab window below the Italian Peninsular. Carbonate sediments together with pelagic-terrigenous sediment played a major role in the metasomatism of the mantle wedge beneath the IUP, and perhaps all along the transect from southern Italy (Eolian Islands magmatism) to north-central Italy (Tuscan and Umbria magmatism). A diffuse CO2 + H2O metasomatic front produced the condition necessary for the formation of carbonatitic magmatism. However, even where carbonatites are related to continental rift system (i.e., OIB), an origin for MORB-sediment convective recycling melting in the mantle has been hypothesized [i.e., 1].

The Use of Plants and Wildflowers as Bioremediation for Contaminated Soils in the Hong Kong S.A.R.  [PDF]
Angelo Indelicato
Open Journal of Soil Science (OJSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojss.2014.49032
Abstract: Heavy metal contamination of the biosphere has increased sharply over the last century. Anthropogenic activities such as industrialisation and demographic growth can be considered as the main causes of it. Soil contamination affects every organism and poses major environmental and human health problems worldwide. The issue has been addressed in the past and a few methodologies have been developed in order to effectively clean up the contaminated areas. However, many of these remedies are very aggressive and can damage the soil. This paper focuses on the use of gentler techniques, which take advantage of the properties of several plants and wildflowers that absorb heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and their potential application in megacities such as Hong Kong.
Pb Isotopes Data from the Campanian Volcanic Province: A Model to Generate These Distinctive Pb Isotopic Variations  [PDF]
Angelo Paone
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2015.51001
Abstract: A broad set of samples from the CVP has been analyzing Pb isotopes. Campanian Volcanic Province (CVP) has been produced by various ranges of mixing between three components: 1) MORB, 2) Hercynian basement and 3) upper crust. Anyhow, the upper crust that has modified the Pb isotopic composition also shows trends towards an Achaean upper crust. This is consistent for all Mediterranean area. This is not in contrast with the past plate tectonic reconstruction. Also the surface sediments (GLOSS) may have been a mixing between the Achaean upper crust and a Hercynian component with an implication worldwide due to the rock cycle processes.
Volatiles (S-CO2-H2O-Cl-F) Behavior during the AD 1944 Eruption  [PDF]
Angelo Paone
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2015.63017
Abstract: The AD 1944 is the last vulcanian-effusive eruption of Vesuvius volcano. I have reviewed most of the major and volatile elements in order to better understand the eruptive dynamic of this hazardous volcano. These volcanic products were basically formed by at least two main petrogenetic mechanisms: 1) mixing, 2) crystal fractionation. Crystal fractionation plays a major role in the evolution of the volcanic products of the AD 1944 eruption. According to the major elements data, several fractionation lines can be employed. Volatile data are analyzed in sequence. Indeed, the volatile data allow an insight into the exsolution and degassing processes occur during the growth and eruption of the AD 1944 eruption. Some inferences are also made on the exsolution and degassing depth. The volatile data illustrate a sequential order of exsolution for the AD 1944 eruption: Cl-H2O-CO2-S and finally as volatile phase degassed fluorine. The eruption has not interacted with external water. An early exsolution of Cl in Cl-rich magmas is also confirmed by experimental and geological studies (3 - 4 Kbars) coinciding with the deep magma reservoir.
Anti-Semitic Propaganda and the Christian Church in Hitler’s Germany: A Case of Schr?dinger’s Cat  [PDF]
Angelo Nicolaides
Advances in Historical Studies (AHS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ahs.2018.71001
Abstract: In his epic Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler made a point of disparaging the intelligentsia. He asserted that propaganda was the most effective tool to use in political campaigns since especially the popular masses generally possessed limited astuteness and were generally devoid of intellect. This article examines the part played by Nazi propaganda in bolstering the National Socialist cause and how it netted the German youth. Nazi indoctrination nurtured racial hatred and resulted in especially vitriolic anti-Semitism. The policy of Gleichschaltung (coordination) brought state governments, professional bodies, German political parties and a range of cultural bodies under the Nazi umbrella, thus education, legal systems and the entire economy became “captured” entities. Germany became dominated by the effective propaganda machine via which virtually all aspects of life was dictated. In this, the Protestant church played a huge part. An analogy is drawn with Erwin Schrodinger’s Cat paradox, according to which a macroscopic entity can be simultaneously alive and dead. Thus while people believed they were alive in Nazism, they were in essence dead from a human consciousness perspective even if they were adherents of the Protestant and Catholic churches due to the effectiveness of the propaganda machinery.
Transplante de medula óssea com doador familiar parcialmente compatível
Saboya, Rosaura;Dulley, Frederico L.;Ferreira, Euripedes;Sim?es, Belinda;
Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-84842010005000015
Abstract: myeloablative or non-myeloablative related allogeneic bone marrow transplantation is a curative treatment in some oncologic and hematologic diseases. unfortunately, only 25 to 30% of patients find a fully matched related donor. national and international donor programs are an option, however, much time is lost and patients can not wait because of their advance disease status or clinical deterioration. partially matched family donor allogeneic bone marrow transplantation may be an option. this article reviews the literature on this subject.
MADS Box Transcript Amount is Affected by Ethylene during Abscission  [PDF]
Valeriano Dal Cin, Angelo Ramina
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2011.23035
Abstract: Thinning of young fruit is an important agronomical practice to ensure the maximum economic production. This practice is based on the control of the natural self thinning process occurring during fruit development. At the early stages of fruit development (fruitlet), the vegetative part of the tree is competing with the reproductive part of the tree and within the fruit clusters the different fruitlets are competing with each other. As a result the least fit organ abscises, Ethylene and auxin play a central role in this event but the role of ethylene is not thoroughly understood because in other systems abscission occurs partly with ethylene independent processes. We have followed the early development of fruitlets and studied the transcription patterns of MADS-box and ethylene related transcripts. Furthermore, we verified that ethylene has an effect on the expression of some ethylene related and MADS BOX genes. We propose that the ethylene burst during abscission induction is similar to a stage 2 ethylene system and it is related to fruitlet growth by affecting transcript amount of MADS-BOXes which modulate seed development and cortex growth.
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