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Contexto internacional de la prisión vitalicia
Labardini, Rodrigo;
Anuario mexicano de derecho internacional , 2008,
Abstract: the author analyzes the current situation of life imprisonment in the world through international practice and shows that no uniform concept exists on this sanction nor is there a homogeneous practice on the issue. for these purposes, the author refers to international practice as evidenced through national legislation of several states as well as the provisions in bilateral and multilateral extradition treaties. this evidences the tensions that may exist on extradition issues between states that allow life imprisonment and those who expressly prohibit it or that in fact do not apply it by setting maximum prison terms.
PROTEO Y EL AVE FéNIX EN MéXICO. EL PARADIGMA DERECHOS HUMANOS Y CONSTITUCIóN
Rodrigo LABARDINI
Boletín mexicano de derecho comparado , 2012,
Abstract: El moderno sistema jurídico mexicano nació el 11 de junio de 2011, fecha en que entró en vigor la reforma constitucional en materia de derechos humanos. Nuestro sistema jurídico tiene ahora que enfrentar un nuevo paradigma jurídico nacional integrado por la constitución política y los derechos humanos. Toca al foro mexicano -sociedad y gobierno, es decir, la totalidad del Estado- hacer realidad dicho paradigma enmedio de las múltiples avenidas que ofrece. No basta que el texto constitucional exprese estos derechos. Es menester hacerlos realidad.
Una propuesta de reforma constitucional en materia de derechos humanos
Rodrigo LABARDINI
Boletín mexicano de derecho comparado , 2010,
Abstract: El autor propone la reforma constitucional "mínima" para lograr la efectiva aplicación de los derechos humanos en México. Se ala que si bien, conforme al artículo 133 constitucional, los tratados son parte de la Ley Suprema de toda la Unión y no habría necesidad de incorporar los derechos humanos reconocidos en los tratados ratificados por México, propone incluir una breve frase en dos artículos constitucionales para expresamente reconocer a nivel constitucional la vigencia de dichos derechos humanos y otorgar competencia a los tribunales mexicanos.
Proteo en México. Un nuevo paradigma: derechos humanos y Constitución
Rodrigo LABARDINI
Boletín mexicano de derecho comparado , 2012,
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Linfomas primarios de testículo: Análisis clínicopatológico de 10 casos. Experiencia en el Instituto Nacional de Cancerología
Avilés Salas, Alejandro;Turbiner Miasnikova, Julia;Labardini Méndez, Juan R.;Sobrevilla Calvo, Pedro de J.;
Gaceta médica de México , 2004,
Abstract: non-hodgkin lymphoma is the most common primary testicular neoplasm of older men but is rare in young men. the vast majority of primary testicular lymphomas (ptl) are intermediate- to high-grade lymphomas. objective: to describe the clinical, morphologic, and immunophenotypic characteristics of ptl seen in a referral center. material and methods: we reviewed the cases of ptl seen from 1986 to 1999. we obtained data of laboratory tests, clinical course, treatment, and immunohistochemical studies. results: 10 patients with diagnosis of ptl were identified. median age was 62.3 years (range 42-81 years), and nine patients underwent orchiectomy as initial therapeutic procedure. other treatment modalities after diagnosis included combination chemotherapy (60%) and combination radiotherapy (20%). histologically, testes showed diffuse dense infiltration of large lymphoma cells. all cases were classified as diffuse large cell lymphoma according to real classification. eight cases were studied with use of paraffin-section immunoperoxidase, 7/8 tumors were b-lineage lymphomas, and one was a t-lineage lymphoma.
On triangulations, quivers with potentials and mutations
Daniel Labardini-Fragoso
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: In this survey article we give a brief account of constructions and results concerning the quivers with potentials associated to triangulations of surfaces with marked points. Besides the fact that the mutations of these quivers with potentials are compatible with the flips of triangulations, we mention some recent results on the representation type of Jacobian algebras and the uniqueness of non-degenerate potentials. We also mention how the the quivers with potentials associated to triangulations give rise to CY2 and CY3 triangulated categories that have turned out to be useful in the subject of stability conditions and in theoretical physics.
Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces
Daniel Labardini-Fragoso
Mathematics , 2008, DOI: 10.1112/plms/pdn051
Abstract: We attempt to relate two recent developments: cluster algebras associated to triangulations of surfaces by Fomin-Shapiro-Thurston, and quivers with potentials and their mutations introduced by Derksen-Weyman-Zelevinsky. To each ideal triangulation of a bordered surface with marked points we associate a quiver with potential, in such a way that whenever two ideal triangulations are related by a flip of an arc, the respective quivers with potentials are related by a mutation with respect to the flipped arc. We prove that if the surface has non-empty boundary, then the quivers with potentials associated to its triangulations are rigid and hence non-degenerate.
Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces, Part II: Arc representations
Daniel Labardini-Fragoso
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: This paper is a representation-theoretic extension of Part I. It has been inspired by three recent developments: surface cluster algebras studied by Fomin-Shapiro-Thurston, the mutation theory of quivers with potentials initiated by Derksen-Weyman-Zelevinsky, and string modules associated to arcs on unpunctured surfaces by Assem-Brustle-Charbonneau-Plamondon. Modifying the latter construction, to each arc and each ideal triangulation of a bordered marked surface we associate in an explicit way a representation of the quiver with potential constructed in Part I, so that whenever two ideal triangulations are related by a flip, the associated representations are related by the corresponding mutation.
Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces, part IV: Removing boundary assumptions
Daniel Labardini-Fragoso
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s00029-015-0188-8
Abstract: We prove that the quivers with potentials associated to triangulations of surfaces with marked points, and possibly empty boundary, are non-degenerate, provided the underlying surface with marked points is not a closed sphere with exactly 5 punctures. This is done by explicitly defining the QPs that correspond to tagged triangulations and proving that whenever two tagged triangulations are related by a flip, their associated QPs are related by the corresponding QP-mutation. As a byproduct, for (arbitrarily punctured) surfaces with non-empty boundary we obtain a proof of the non-degeneracy of the associated QPs which is independent from the one given by the author in the first paper of the series. The main tool used to prove the aforementioned compatibility between flips and QP-mutations is what we have called \emph{Popping Theorem}, which, roughly speaking, says that an apparent lack of symmetry in the potentials arising from ideal triangulations with self-folded triangles can be fixed by a suitable right-equivalence.
Mexican Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia  [PDF]
Eduardo Cervera, Federico Godínez, Rosa Sosa, Ramón Rivas, Carlos Best, Juan Hernández, Adrián Morales, Hugo Zurita, Ivette Carrasco, Jorge Cruz, álvaro Aguayo, José Espinoza, Juan Labardini, Luis Valero, Judith Cruz, Diana Arcos, Diego Limón, Omar López-Navarro, Daniela Gordillo-Bastidas, Myrna Candelaria, Francisco Torres, Juan Kassack, Oscar de Jesús Pérez Ramírez, Jorge Aquino, Guillermo Díaz, Mariela Cardiel, Margarita Rodríguez, Patricia Montoya, Juan Contreras, María Chávez, Sandra Chávez, David Gómez, Olga Cantú, Jorge Duque, Luis Pita, Eduardo Lobato, Julio López, Antonio López, Pedro González, Jorge Cortés
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2013.43092
Abstract:

Background: This document includes recommendations and guidelines issued by a group of Mexican researchers and specialists gathered in the First National Colloquium for the Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML) by initiative of Instituto Nacional de Cancerología and with the support of the Leukaemia Department of the MD Anderson Cancer Center. Mexico lacks of updated information taken from its own reality on the diagnosis and treatment of CML and other haematological disorders; besides, there are no national guidelines. Aim: To publish a consensus document with guidelines for the management of CML adjusted to the national environment and overall characteristics. Method: The participants answered a DELPHI questionnaire about the overall aspects of the disease, aiming to target controversial topics, discuss them in the colloquium, and to agree on the best ones. After those meetings, a final document was drawn up. Results: The group presents recommendations for definition, diagnosis, prognosis, monitoring, and treatment of CML in Mexico. Conclusions: Having consensus guidelines for the clinical management of CML in our country will enable the consensual practice of Mexican specialists regarding the clinical approach to CML, as well as optimize the resources which allow the rational planning of the medical care strategies.

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