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The Lece-Chalkidiki mettalogenic zone: geotectonic setting and metallogenic features
Todor Serafimovski
Geologija , 1999,
Geochemical investigation of Sasa tailings dam material and its influence on the Lake Kalimanci surficial sediments (Republic of Macedonia) – preliminary study
Petra Vrhovnik,Nastja Rogan ?muc,Tadej Dolenec,Todor Serafimovski
Geologija , 2011,
Abstract: This research is aimed at investigating the mineralogical characteristics of the tailings material and heavy metal contents of the tailings material deposited close to the Sasa Pb-Zn Mine in the Osogovo Mountains (eastern Macedonia) and on its possible impact on Lake Kalimanci. The mineral composition of Sasa Mine tailings materialis dominated by quartz, pyrite, galena, sphalerite, magnetite and others. Geochemical analysis was performed in a certified commercial laboratory for the following elements: Mo, Cu, Pb, Zn, Ni, As, Cd, Sb, Bi, Ag, Al, Fe, Mn, S.Analysis revealed very high concentrations of toxic metals in the tailing material – with average values [ mg kg-1]:Mo 2.9, Cu 279, Pb 3975, Zn 5320, Ni 30, As 69, Cd 84, Sb 4.2, Bi 9.4 and Ag 4.1. The multi-element contamination of Sasa Mine tailings material was assigned a pollution index greater of 15, indicating that the tailings material from Sasa Mine contains very high amounts of toxic metals and represents a high environmental risk for surrounding ecosystems. For this reason the influence of discharged tailings dam material into Lake Kalimanci which liesapproximately 12 km lower than Sasa Mine, was also established. Calculated pollution index values for Lake Kalimancisediments vary from 21 to 65 and for Sasa mine surficial tailings dam material from 15 to 60.
Association Between Osteoarticular Scores and Acute Phase Reactant Levels in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Irena Kafe iska, Dejan Spasovski, Todor Gruev, Mane Grli kov, Ko o Cakalaroski, Vlado Serafimovski, Tatjana Sotirova, Petar Milo evski
Journal of Medical Biochemistry , 2009, DOI: 10.2478/v10011-008-0031-2
Abstract: The aim of this prospective control study was a quantitative evaluation of the activity of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in certain time intervals, using articular indexes (set of 28 sensitive and 28 swollen joints), laboratory parameters (Hb, Hct, Er, Le and Plt) and acute phase reactants (ESR, RF, CRP); to determine which of the acute phase reactants is the most useful biochemical marker for the evaluation of disease activity in RA; to quantify the therapeutical and laboratory differences in certain time intervals in the group with and without immunomodulatory therapy with Methotrexate. Sixty patients with RA were included, 27 of who were treated with non-steroid antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and Methotrexate (MTX). The control group consisted of 33 patients treated only with NSAIDs because of irregular controls. In the first group of patients the disease activity was estimated at four time intervals, and in the control group of patients at three time intervals following the scores of the articular indexes, blood cell counts, ESR and CRP in every patient. In the first group of patients decreased activity of RA was found upon every following control with a consecutive decrease in mean values of the scores of articular indexes with statistically significant differences at the four time intervals. Considering laboratory parameters, there were statistically significant differences in the mean values of Hb, Er, Plt, ESR, (p=0.0462, p=0.0076, p= 0.0058, p= 0.0003). Mean values of CRP did not show statistically significant differences, but the number of patients who were CRP negative increased (there were great standard deviations). In the group of patients treated only with NSAIDs, there were statistically significant differences in the mean values of the scores of articular indexes with an increse at every following control (in favour of progression of the disease). There were no statistically significant differences considering blood cell counts, ESR and CRP (in favour of permanently active disease). In conclusion, CRP is the most useful marker for the prospective follow-up of patients with RA.
Modeling Metal Binding Sites in Proteins by Quantum Chemical Calculations  [PDF]
Todor Dudev
Computational Chemistry (CC) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/cc.2014.22003
Abstract: Modeling Metal Binding Sites in Proteins by Quantum Chemical Calculations
Grave and power: A thanato-sociological analysis of the funerals of Tito, F. Tu man and S. Milo evi
Kulji? Todor
Sociologija , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/soc1204595k
Abstract: The paper offers a thanato-sociological analysis of the funerals of Tito, F. Tu man and S. Milo evi , documenting various ideological contents and various political roles of the funerals of heads of state. Tito’s charisma was class-based, supranational and Yugoslav, while the other two were national authorities. Tito’s funeral was a symbol of peace, Tudjman’s of national liberation, and Milo evi ’s a symbol resistance to imperialism. In the paper group symbols at the funerals are analyzed, along with the content of laudatio funebris, dimensions of authority of the deceased, key rhetorical figures, the structure of the funeral accompaniment and the appearance of the grave.
The new (changed) past as value factor of development
Kulji? Todor
Sociologija , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/soc0603219k
Abstract: Image of the past is an active framework of reference values that indirectly gives a meaning to and influences social development. The past provides a symbolic framework to the individuals and groups by which they conceptualize their existence. Changing the image of the past is an important part of the transition of values. The past is an active framework of social action not just passively reframed ideas adapted to the needs of the present. Since 1990s the past has been radically changed, reinvented and revisioned in newly formed Balkan states in order to initiate new development towards the national capitalism. The changing of the past was rather patchy in Serbia. While the Serbian opposition in 1990s (similarly to ruling elites in other newly founded states) has reconciled quickly its vision of the past to the new image of national capitalism, the radical changes in official statements about the past happened only after the 2000. Broadly speaking, in the Serbian memory culture there are two main value orientations marked by the past: (1) antifascism and (2) Hilandar (a famous Serbian cloister in Greece). Antifascism is a mark of rationalism, multiculturalism, brotherhood and unity, left position and anticonservatism, Hilandar is a mark of religion and national exclusivity and conservatism and the right values. The first one withdraws, the second is presently hegemonic.
"Problem of generations": Origins, content and continuing relevance of Karl Mannheim’s article
Kulji? Todor
Sociologija , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/soc0703223k
Abstract: The article presents a brief history of the concept of generations. It focuses on Karl Mannheim’s article "Problems of Generations" (1928), its social origins and theoretical content. Mannheim’s role was crucial in 20th century development of the (new) concept of generation. In order to understand the problem of social (historical) generations and evaluate Mannheim’s position within the concept’s development, several points are discussed in more detail: the history of the concept of "generations", the relationship between class and generation, and how ideas about the formation of generations help us to understand social dynamics over time. In doing so we assume that the origin of Mannheim’s lecture lies in the generational experience of Hungarian intellectuals during the collapse of the old order of the Dual Monarchy and the Revolution of 1918-19. The Budapest intellectual life in the 1910s was important for Mannheim’s "Problems of generations", as well as A. Weber’s cultural sociology. Finally, the article analyzes the migration of the generations concept from one culture (Germany) to another (the United States), and from one discipline (sociology) to another (memory culture).
Todor Donev
Journal of Culture Collections , 2002,
Abstract: The preservation of frozen samples in culture collections is commonly connected with a great number of questions including organisation ones.
Todor Kralev
UTMS Journal of Economics , 2011,
Abstract: In the last fifty years since the term Management by Objectives (MBO) was introduced, numerous methods, models and theories surfaced. The first segment of the paper addresses issues regarding the organizational objectives, more specifically the importance of the objectives as a basis upon which the organization is established, the possible approaches of leading a tourism organization, and how the organization should be managed by these approaches.The principal characteristic of management is to direct the leading toward achieving the predetermined objectives. The second segment of the paper discusses the MBO process, its advantages and disadvantages. The practical implementation of the MBO is also elaborated.
General Convexity of Some Functionals in Seminormed Spaces and Seminormed Algebras
Stoyanov Todor
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 2010,
Abstract: We prove some results for convex combination of nonnegative functionals, and some corollaries are established.
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