Basura, Gregory J; Cronin, Scott J; Heidenreich, Katherine D
Tullio phenomenon refers to eye movements induced by sound.(1) This unusual examination finding may be seen in superior semicircular canal dehiscence (SSCD) syndrome.(2) This disorder is due to absent bone over the superior semicircular canal (figure). Patients complain of dizziness triggered by loud sound, aural fullness, autophony, and pulsatile tinnitus. When Tullio phenomenon exists in SSCD syndrome, the patient develops a mixed vertical-torsional nystagmus in which the slow phase rotates up and away from the affected ear (video on the Neurology® Web site at Neurology.org). This pattern of nystagmus aligns in the plane of the dehiscent semicircular canal and is due to excitation of its afferent nerves.
Full Text Available "Télécoms pour l’ingénierie du risque" est un ouvrage de 234 pages qui convoque la rencontre entre les Technologies de l’Information de la Communication (TIC et le risque. Les risques naturels, les risques industriels et technologiques ou encore les nouveaux risques générés par des usages déviants dans le domaine du numérique (cybercriminalité sont devenus monnaie courante. Les auteurs Tullio Tanzi (Professeur à Télécom ParisTech, département Traitement du Signal et des Images en télécommun...
Wenzel, Angela; Ward, Bryan K; Schubert, Michael C; Kheradmand, Amir; Zee, David S; Mantokoudis, Georgios; Carey, John Patrick
To propose an etiology for a syndrome of bilateral vestibular hypofunction and sound and/or pressure-evoked eye movements with normal hearing thresholds. Retrospective case series. Tertiary care referral center. Four patients with bilateral vestibular hypofunction, sound and/or pressure-evoked nystagmus and normal hearing thresholds were identified over a 3-year period. No evidence of other known vestibular disorders was identified. None of these patients presented with a history of exposure to toxins, radiation, aminoglycosides or chemotherapy; head trauma; or a family history of inherited vestibular loss. All patients underwent high-resolution CT scan of the temporal bones to evaluate for labyrinthine dehiscence. Additionally, all individuals underwent audiometric testing to ANSI standards, vestibular-evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) testing using either click stimulus cervical VEMPs (cVEMPs), or tone burst ocular VEMPs (oVEMPs). Bithermal caloric stimulation was used to measure horizontal semicircular canal function, with either videonystagmography (VNG) or electronystagmography (ENG) to record eye movements. Individual responses of each of the 6 semicircular canals (SCC) to rapid head rotations were tested with the bedside head impulse test. We identified 4 patients with a combination of bilateral vestibular hypofunction and sound and/or pressure-induced eye movements, normal-hearing thresholds and no evidence for any other vestibular disorder. We suggest that this unique combination of symptoms should be considered as the clinical presentation of vestibular atelectasis, which has been previously described histologically as collapse of the endolymph-containing portions of the labyrinth.
Tuiksoo, Ester, 1965-
Ilmunud ka: Postimees : na russkom jazõke, 11. okt. 2007, lk. 3. Parlamendiliige vastab küsimustele Tullio Liblikult üüritava korteri kohta. Vt. samas: Risto Berendson, Tuuli Koch. Maadevahetuses kahtlustatav üürib Tuiksoole odavalt korterit; Risto Berendsoni intervjuu Tullio Liblikuga: Tullio Liblik: eelistasin Estrit üürnikuna vana tutvuse pärast. Lisa: Tullio Liblik; Rahvaliit kutsub Villu Reiljani kapo-komisjonist tagasi
Kohler, Vilja, 1966-
Bionina projekti kallal on 2000. aastast töötanud Tartu Ülikooli kolloid- ja keskkonnakeemia õppetooli teadur filosoofiadoktor Toonika Rinken, Tartu Ülikooli orgaanilise ja bioorgaanilise keemia instituudi teadlased professor Ago Rinken ja teadur Gerda Raidaru. Samas ka: Maailma levinuim biosensor aitab suhkruhaigeid. Lisa: Biosensor kopeerib meeleelundeid
Presentation by CERN (10 minutes each) Rolf Landua - Education and Outreach Salvatore Mele - Open Access Jean-Yves Le Meur - Digital Library in Africa Francois Fluckiger - Open Source/Standards (tbc) Tim Smith - Open Data for Science Tullio Basiglia - tbc
Ermel, Aare, 1957-2013
Lühisõnumeid filmimaailmast: 21.- 30. augustini peetavast 20. rahvusvahelisest filmifestivalist "Espoo Cine"; Martin Scorsese hakkab tegema eluloofilmi Frank Sinatrast; Lahkus itaalia filmikriitik, dramaturg ja stsenarist Tullio Kezich (17. IX 1928 - 17. VIII 2009)
Dall'infinitamente piccolo all'infinitamente grande: è il viaggio che ci propone Tullio Regge, che oltre ad essere uno dei massimi fisici contemporanei, ha rivelato un talento eccezionale per la divulgazione.
Evoluzione della meccanica e dell'ottica geometrica, loro subordinazione ad uno schema quadridimensionale secondo Einstein ; le equazioni gravitationali e la relatività generale ; sulla curvatura degli spazi riemanniani a tre dimensioni ; Tullio Regge : il trasporto parallelo di Levi-Civita e sue generalizzazioni.
Saaremaa ettevõtete, omavalitsuste, koolitusasutuste ja riigi esindajad arutasid maakonna tulevikku. Vt. samas: Kohalviibinute arvamusi organisatsiooni loomise kohta. Arvamust avaldavad: Aadu Keskpaik, Marek Lepamets, Tullio Liblik, Villu Vatsfeld, Jüri Aus, Enn Meri, Riivo Asuja, Tarmo Sink, Robert Pajussaar, Kalle Koov
Mario Stella Richter
Full Text Available he article describes corporate law in Italy in the Postwar period, as viewed by Paolo Sylos Labini and Tullio Ascarelli. This is the revised version of a speech given at the conference "Paolo Sylos Labini e la politica delle riforme", held at Sapienza University of Rome on 04 December 2015, organized by the Accademia dei Lincei and Economia civile.
Tuumalu, Tiit, 1971-
Kuldlõvi sai Jafar Panahi mängufilm "Ring" ("Dayereh"), žürii suure preemia USA režissööri Julian Schnabeli "Enne kui öö saabub" ("Before Night Falls"), parima stsenaariumi preemia itaallase Marco Tullio Giordana "Sada sammu" ("I cento passi")
Mario Stella Richter
Full Text Available The article describes corporate law in Italy in the Postwar period, as viewed by Paolo Sylos Labini and Tullio Ascarelli.This is the revised version of a speech given at the conference "Paolo Sylos Labini e la politica delle riforme", held at Sapienza University of Rome on 04 December 2015, organized by the Accademia dei Lincei and Economia civile.JEL code: B31; K21; K23
Written by a towering figure of twentieth-century mathematics, this classic examines the mathematical background necessary for a grasp of relativity theory. Tullio Levi-Civita provides a thorough treatment of the introductory theories that form the basis for discussions of fundamental quadratic forms and absolute differential calculus, and he further explores physical applications.Part one opens with considerations of functional determinants and matrices, advancing to systems of total differential equations, linear partial differential equations, algebraic foundations, and a geometrical intro
Ghodke, Harshad; Lewis, Jacob S; van Oijen, Antoine M
Cells use a suite of specialized enzymes to repair chromosomal double-strand breaks (DSBs). Two recent studies describe how single-molecule fluorescence imaging techniques are used in the direct visualization of some of the key molecular steps involved. De Tullio et al. and Kaniecki et al. watch individual Srs2 helicase molecules disrupt repair intermediates formed by RPA, Rad51, and Rad52 on DNA during homologous recombination. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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At the last meeting of CERN’s Scientific Information Policy Board (SIPB), on 20 October this year, participants were informed of a practice that is disconcerting to say the least: some publishers are compiling books from free access material, which they then market at relatively high prices. Some theses, which are freely accessible on CDS, are being sold at incredibly high prices on Amazon. The problem is that buyers don't know they are buying theses that are available for free. “When I found out, I was really astonished!” admits Tullio Basaglia, head of the Library Section of CERN’s Scientific Information Service. Tullio was referring to the distinctly unorthodox practice of certain unscrupulous publishers who are selling freely available information! They simply poach articles from Wikipedia, compile them, bind them into a book, and then sell them at a high price under the name of a non-existent author. Thus, for instance, a certain Lambert...
Il lavoro scientifico di Fermi riguarda molti campi disparati, ciascuno dei quali ha avuto uno sviluppo peculiare in tempi successivi alla morte. In questo volume un certo numero di specialisti contemporanei di ciascun settore espone in forma semplice l'idea originaria e la sua successiva evoluzione. INDICE. Carlo Bernardini, "Introduzione"; Giorgio Salvini, "Enrico Fermi. La sua vita, ed un commento alla sua opera"; Edoardo Amaldi, "Commemorazione del Socio Enrico Fermi"; Enrico Persico, "Commemorazione di Enrico Fermi"; Franco Rasetti, "Enrico Fermi e la Fisica Italiana"; Franco Bassani, "Enrico Fermi e la Fisica dello Stato Solido"; Giorgio Parisi, "La statistica di Fermi"; Giovanni Gallavotti, "La meccanica classica e la rivoluzione quantistica nei lavori giovanili di Fermi"; Tullio Levi-Civita, "Sugli invarianti adiabatici"; Bruno Bertotti, "Le coordinate di Fermi e il Principio di Equivalenza"; Marcello Cini, "Fermi e l'elettrodinamica quantistica"; Nicola Cabibbo. "Le interazioni deboli"; Ugo Amaldi, "...
Full Text Available Calvino’s love for Ariosto throughout his writing life is well known. However, despite this life-long enthusiasm for Ariosto, there are some variations. In a 1980 interview with Tullio Pericoli Calvino used the metaphor of “stealing” words from other texts and discussed notions of artistic thievery, citing his own “thefts” from Ariosto. The article examines how Calvino carries out his thefts, and how he then systematically develops in his own way what he has “stolen”, concentrating on key episodes from Il cavaliere inesistente and Il castello dei destini incrociati. What emerges is that in the first phase of his literary career Calvino was more concerned with the content of the Furioso, while in later years he became fascinated by the poem’s structural and stylistic qualities.
Full Text Available The issue of the interference of English in modern Italian has always been of interest to researchers in Italy. This paper outlines how this interference has affected the Italian language over the last two decades. To this purpose, it has been deemed interesting to quote and contrast the views of two eminent Italian scholars involved in the long-lasting debate between linguistic ‘protectionism’ and ‘descriptivism’ – i.e. Arrigo Castellani and Tullio De Mauro. The most widespread English loanwords of the economic crisis found in the three major Italian newspapers from 1 September 2011 to 1 March 2012 have been taken into account and it has been verified whether they are present in three wellknown Italian monolingual dictionaries. It will also be shown that most of these loanwords have been adequately integrated into the Italian language in both written and oral texts.
Rodolfo Souza Cardoso
Full Text Available Prezados leitores da RCS, é com imensa comoção que dedicamos essa edição para homenagear o ilustre cientista, o homem brilhante e humanitário, o grande educador, o agradável e fiel amigo, o artista com olhar de criança e um jeito especial de D. Quixote, o Professor Doutor Marco Tullio Barcellos de Assis Figueiredo. A tarefa dessa homenagem é árdua por se tratar de um pessoa tão diferenciada, de merecida representatividade internacional, que nos honrou com sua imensa sabedoria e profissionalismo, fazendo parte do corpo docente da FMIt nos últimos quatro anos.
Over the last couple of years, the Library has been expanding its collection of electronic books. The most popular titles are, of course, also bought as paper copies and are available for loan. More than 15,000 titles, across all CERN-relevant disciplines, are now available for download from the Library. Recently, Springer physics and astronomy books, as well as all volumes from Lecture Notes in Physics, were added. So, from now on, readers will not have to queue up for popular books such as "Particle Accelerator Physics" (Wiedemann) or "Particle Detection with Drift Chambers" (Blum, Rolandi and Riegler), which are often in high demand. From left to right: Tullio Basaglia (CERN Library), Christian Caron (Springer) and Wim van der Stelt (Springer). In addition to providing electronic access, the publisher offers people at CERN the possibility to purchase paperback copies, distributed under the label “My Copy”, for the tempting price of &a...
Before the First World War, Tullio Levi-Civita (1873-1941) was already a well-known mathematician in Italy and abroad, in particular in France. Professor at the University of Padua since 1898, he had published important contributions to tensor calculus, theory of relativity, differential geometry, hydrodynamics, and the three-body problem. In 1918, when he moved to the University of Rome, he created an international school of mathematics. In this paper, we focus on d'Alembert's paradox to which Levi-Civita and some of his Italian and French followers contributed remarkable solutions. This case-study is used to illustrate Levi-Civita's approach to hydrodynamics and its influence in Italy and France, especially in the period 1910-1914.
Full Text Available The Nazi regime (1933-45 wanted to protect and promote through the creation of a new family structure the conservation of the biological heredity of the German nation, in order to preserve and refine obsessively the identity and the purity of the so-called Blutsgemeinschaft, the “community of blood” in which to identify the political and the cultural entity of the Volk, one of the pillars of Hitler’s biocracy. In the first half of the 20th century the value of memory, the nature of the family and the meaning of the relationship between the generations were manipulated and debased. This view, with its tragic ethical and juridical consequences, was scientifically warranted by German academic world, whose leading exponents took controversial positions. For instance the human biologist and eugenicist Otmar von Verschuer (1896-1969 theorized a biological unity between present and past, stating that the “German people is a large community of ancestors, namely a consanguineous solidarity”. In this way the Nazis deeply redefined the bonds of kinship and the genos assumed the nature of a “fictitious symbol” (C. Tullio-Altan in the service of a regime that in the name of an imaginary ancestral vitalism pursued a systematic policy of death.
Howard, D.; Stachel, J.
This book is a collection of essays by the authors and other people that deal with scientific opinions that led Einstein and his contemporaries to their views of general relativity. Some of the essays explore Einstein's passage from the special theory through a sequence of gravitational theories to the discovery of the field equations of the grand theory in November 1915. Two other essays discuss Einstein's public and private exchanges with Max Abraham and Tullio Levi-Civita in 1913 and 1914. A sympathetic picture of H.A. Lorentz's reaction to the general theory of relativity is included, and a careful and insightful essay on the early understanding of the Schwarzschild-Droste solution to the field equations of general relativity is presented. One paper presents a discussion on the state of the enterprise of general relativity between 1925 and 1928, and a short essay details the history of steps toward quantum gravitational through canonical quantization. A discussion of the history of derivations of the geodesic equation of motion from the field equation and conservation laws of the general theory is presented. The early history of geometrical unified field theories is included
The second annual meeting of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) design study took place from 11 to 15 April in Rome. The participants in the second annual meeting of the FCC design study. (Photo: Vinicio Tullio/INFN) More than 450 scientists, researchers and leaders of high-tech industry gathered in Rome to review the progress of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) design study. The study was kicked off in 2014 as a response to a statement in the European Strategy for Particle Physics, and today embraces 74 institutes from 26 countries. With the LHC programme well under way, particle physicists are at an exciting juncture. New results from the 13 TeV run could show that we are on the threshold of an eye-opening era that presents new challenges and calls for developments. “To prepare for its future, CERN should continue to develop a vibrant R&D programme that should take advantage of its strengths and uniqueness, pursue design studies for...
Antonella Del Rosso
Founded at the same time as CERN, the library has followed, and sometimes even moved ahead of, the changes in the Organization. Today, far from being a simple book depository, the Scientific Information Service (SIS) that manages CERN's library is increasingly digitising its material and investing in innovative projects, such as Open Access. Ever since it was set up in Building 52 on 1 September 1957, the library has played a vital role in the Organization. “Our only official task is to provide a complete list of the publications by CERN researchers, but, in fact, this place is the memory bank of the whole Laboratory,” emphasises Tullio Basaglia, head of the Library Section within SIS. “The role of the library and archives is to preserve, document and disseminate the knowledge produced at CERN.” Sixty years after its creation, the library today contains 90,000 books, two thirds of which are available in a digital ...
Full Text Available RIASSUNTO: Il contributo focalizza la propria attenzione sul volgarizzamento toscano delle Tusculanae disputationes di Marco Tullio Cicerone, opera ancora sostanzialmente inesplorata, portata a termine a Firenze intorno alla metà del secolo XV su committenza dell’umanista spagnolo Nuño de Guzmán, tramandata da un unico codice precocemente confluito nella Biblioteca del Marchese di Santillana e oggi conservato presso la Bibliothèque Nationale de France di Parigi. Nella prospettiva della futura edizione dell’esemplare, vengono in questa sede affrontate in via preliminare alcune questioni legate alla peculiare storia del testo, accompagnate dalla sintesi descrittiva del manoscritto e dalla trascrizione del Proemio dell’opera.ABSTRACT: This contribution aims at focusing the attention on the tuscan vulgarization of the Tusculanae disputationes by Marcus Tullius Cicero, a work that is still essentially unexplored, finished in Florence around half of XV Century for commission of the spanish humanist Nuño de Guzmán, transmitted by a unique code contained in the Library of the Marquis of Santillana and nowadays kept inside the Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris. In the perspective of a future edition of this work, some episodes connected to the history of the text are herein illustrated and examined. There is also a complement with the descriptive synthesis of the manuscript and the transcription of the Proemio of the work.
Full Text Available L’inchiesta Italiano 2010, promossa dal Ministero degli Esteri, mette in luce una forte crescita della domanda di lingua italiana nel mondo. I corsi svolti nel 2009-2010 dagli Istituti Italiani di Cultura sono in tutto 6.429, mentre dalla rilevazione eseguita nel 2000 sotto la guida di Tullio De Mauro (Italiano 2000 ne risultavano 3.548, poco più della metà. L’aumento dei corsi si riflette sul numero degli studenti, che in dieci anni è salito di 22.073 unità, ovvero di quasi il 50%, passando da 45.699 a 67.772. Fra le motivazioni che spingono gli stranieri a studiare l’italiano, prevale più nettamente che nel 2000 il fattore «Tempo libero e interessi vari» (56%, a conferma dell’immagine tradizionale della lingua italiana come lingua di cultura. Al secondo posto si colloca lo «Studio» (21%, seguita dal «Lavoro» (13% e dai «Motivi personali e familiari» (10%. Oggi più di ieri, la crescita dell’interesse per la lingua italiana nel mondo è in stretta relazione con la crescita dell’interesse per la nostra cultura. Rispetto alla precedente inchiesta Italiano 2000, il progetto Italiano 2010 ha aggiunto la somministrazione agli studenti universitari di due test linguistici di diverso livello. Grazie alla collaborazione dei lettori MAE si è potuto ricavare un corpus di oltre 1700 test che costituisce un importante contributo allo studio dei “punti di crisi” dell’italiano per gli apprendenti stranieri. Per questo articolo ci si sofferma sulle indicazioni linguistiche e testuali che si ricavano dal testo libero previsto per il livello avanzato: un riassunto tratto da un brano della Guida del Touring Club per la regione Abruzzo. Italiano 2010: initial results of an enquiry The survey Italiano 2010, promoted by the Foreign Ministry, highlights the strong demand for the Italian language in the world. There were 6,429 courses offered in 2009-2010 by the Italian Cultural Institutes, compared to the data collected in
Thomeer, Hans; Bonnard, Damien; Castetbon, Vincent; Franco-Vidal, Valérie; Darrouzet, Patricia; Darrouzet, Vincent
The objective of this study is to report the surgical outcome after middle fossa approach (MFA) plugging in patients suffering from a superior semi-circular canal dehiscence (SCD) syndrome. This is a retrospective case review. Tertiary referral center. Sixteen ears in 13 patients with a SCD syndrome suffering from severe and disabling vestibular symptoms with a bony dehiscence on CT scan >3 mm and decreased threshold of cervical vestibular evoked potentials (cVEMPs). We assessed preoperatively: clinical symptoms, hearing, cVEMPs threshold, size of dehiscence and videonystagmography (VNG) with caloric and 100 Hz vibratory tests. Postoperatively, we noted occurrences of neurosurgical complication, evolution of audiological and vestibular symptoms, and evaluation of cVEMP data. Tullio's phenomenon was observed in 13 cases (81.3 %) and subjectively reported hearing loss in seven (43.7 %). All patients were so disabled that they had to stop working. No neurosurgical complications were observed in the postoperative course. In three cases (16.6 %), an ipsilateral and transitory immediate postoperative vestibular deficit associated with a sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) was noted, which totally resolved with steroids and bed rest. All patients were relieved of audiological and vestibular symptoms and could return to normal activity with a mean follow-up of 31.1 months (range 3-95). No patient had residual SNHL. cVEMPs were performed in 14 ears postoperatively and were normalized in 12 (85.7 %). Two of the three patients operated on both sides kept some degree of unsteadiness and oscillopsia. MFA plugging of the superior semi-circular canal is an efficient and non-hearing deteriorating procedure.
Masina Depperu (Universidade de Lisboa
Full Text Available Bakunin’s Son, a short novel by Sergio Atzeni, is the perfect embodiment of Bakhtin’s theory of the dialogic novel. The author sets his stories and characters - mostly humble outcast defeated people - in his own homeland, Sardinia. The accurately planned structure as an interview to thirty-two people reflects a multifarious reality with its complex rules and mentality expressed through different points of view, languages and ideologies. The protagonist’s story may result contradictory according to the different opinions of people who met him. Also the choice of a hybrid language contributes to create a highly connoted cultural context. In Bakunin’s Son, in fact, the Italian and the Sardinian overlap in a manner that cannot be distinguished or graphically marked, since form and meaning are fused together.Key words: dialogic novel, hybrid language.O filho de Bakunin, um romance polifónico de Sergio AtzeniO romance breve de Sergio Atzeni, O filho de Bakunin, è a perfeita exemplificação da teoria bachtininana do romance polifónico. O autor insere as histórias e as persona gens, geralmente abatidas, pessoas humildes e marginalizadas, na sua terra natal, a Sardenha. A história è estruturada na forma de entrevista a trinta e duas persona gens que com os seus pontos de vista criam una realidade multi-facetada e subjectiva. A vida de Tullio Saba, o protagonista, está narrada às vezes em modo contraditório e, por isso, os factos podem ser divergentes nas opiniões de quem esteve mais ou menos em contacto directo com ele. O uso característico de um instrumento linguístico híbrido, a meio caminho entre o italiano e o sardo, conota não somente o léxico mas também a estruturação inteira do discurso que atinge o efeito final pretendido pelo autor de descrever uma diversa ealidade antropológico-cultural.Palavras chave: romance polifónico, instrumento linguístico híbrido
Full Text Available Maria Chiara Magni,1 Laura Veneroni,1 Carlo Alfredo Clerici,2 Tullio Proserpio,3 Giovanna Sironi,1 Michela Casanova,1 Stefano Chiaravalli,1 Maura Massimino,1 Andrea Ferrari1 1Pediatric Oncology Unit, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milan, Italy; 2Department of Pathophysiology and Transplantation, University of Milan, Milan, Italy; 3Pastoral Care Unit, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milan, Italy Abstract: Adolescence is a particularly complex time of life, entailing physiological, psychological, and social changes that further the individual's cognitive, emotional, and social growth. Being diagnosed with cancer at this time can have important consequences on an individual's emotional and physical development, and adolescent and young adult cancer patients have particular medical and psychosocial needs. Patient–physician communications are important in any clinical relationship, but fundamental in the oncological sphere because their quality can affect the patient–physician relationship, the therapeutic alliance, and patient compliance. A major challenge when dealing with adolescent and young adult patients lies in striking the right balance between their need and right to understand their disease, treatment, and prognosis, and the need for them to remain hopeful and to protect their emotional sensitivity. We herein describe the activities of the Youth Project of the Istituto Nazionale Tumori in Milan, Italy in order to share a possible model of interaction with these special patients and the tactics our group has identified to help them communicate and share their thoughts. This model implies not only the involvement of a multidisciplinary team, including psychologists and spirituality experts, but also the constitution of dedicated creative activities to give patients the opportunity to express feelings they would otherwise never feel at ease putting into words. These efforts seek the goal to minimize the potentially
Cadoni, Mariano; Cavaglia, Marco; Nelson, Jeanette E.
) Georgi Dvali (NYU, USA) Sergio Ferrara (CERN) Gian Francesco Giudice (CERN) Roman Jackiw (MIT, USA) Edward W. Kolb (Fermilab, USA) Luca Lusanna (INFN Firenze, Italy) Roy Maartens (Univ. Portsmouth, UK) Hermann Nicolai (AEI, Potsdam, Germany) Tullio Regge (Politecnico di Torino, Italy) Augusto Sagnotti (Univ. Roma Tor Vergata, Italy) Kellogg S. Stelle (Imperial College London, UK) Ruth Williams (DAMTP, Cambridge, UK) SPONSORS Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare Università di Cagliari Università di Torino University of Mississippi Università di Pisa Regione autonoma della Sardegna Tiscali LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Eun-Joo Ahn (University of Chicago, USA) David Alba (Università di Firenze, Italy) Stanislav Alexeyev (Lomonosov Moscow State U., Russia) Damiano Anselmi (Università di Pisa, Italy) Ignatios Antoniadis (CERN, Geneva, Switzerland) Maria Da Conceicao Bento (Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal) Orfeu Bertolami (Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal) Massimo Bianchi (Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy) Mariam Bouhmadi-Lopez (University of Portsmouth, UK) Raphael Bousso (University of California at Berkeley, USA) Mariano Cadoni (Università di Cagliari, Italy) Steven Carlip (University of California at Davis, USA) Roberto Casadio (Università di Bologna, Italy) Marco Cavaglià (University of Mississippi, USA) Demian Cho (Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India) Theodosios Christodoulakis (University of Athens, Greece) Chryssomalis Chryssomalakos (Inst. de Ciencias Nucleares - UNAM, Mexico) Diego Julio Cirilo-Lombardo (JINR, Dubna, Russia) Denis Comelli INFN, Sezione di Ferrara, Italy ) Ruben Cordero-Elizalde (Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico) Lorenzo Cornalba (Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy) Branislav Cvetkovic (Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia ) Maro Cvitan (University of Zagreb, Croatia) Alessandro D'Adda (Università di Torino, Italy) Claudio Dappiaggi (Università di Pavia, Italy) Roberto De Leo (Università di
-patient quantification of allergen-specific IgE Petra Zavadakova, Aurélie Buchwalder, Fabien Rebeaud, Iwan Märki Symposium 4: Relevance of molecular diagnostics for intervention and treatment O7 Longitudinal analysis of Bet v 1-specific epitope repertoires during birch pollen immunotherapy Barbara Gepp, Nina Lengger, Christian Möbs, Wolfgang Pfützner, Christian Radauer, Barbara Bohle O8 A natural CCD-free tool: is polistes sp. venom suitable for polybia paulista diagnosis and therapy? Karine Marafigo De Amicis, Alexandra Sayuri Watanabe, Clovis Eduardo Galvao, Daniele Danella Figo, Jose Roberto Aparecido Santos-Pinto, Mario Sergio Palma, Fabio Fernandes Morato Castro, Jorge Kalil, Fatima Ferreira, Gabriele Gadermaier, Keity Souza Santos Symposium 5: The advent of molecular allergology in epidemiology O9 Peanut oleosins: from identification to diagnostic testing Christian Schwager, Skadi Kull, Frauke Schocker, Jochen Behrends, Wolf-Meinhard Becker, Uta Jappe O10 Endotypes of oral allergy syndrome in childhood: a molecular diagnostic approach Carla Mastrorilli, Salvatore Tripodi, Carlo Caffarelli, Riccardo Asero, Arianna Dondi, Giampaolo Ricci, Carlotta Povesi Dascola, Elisabetta Calamelli, Andrea Di Rienzo Businco, Annamaria Bianchi, Tullio Frediani, Carmen Verga, Iride Dello Iacono, Diego Peroni, Giuseppe Pingitore, Roberto Bernardini, Paolo Maria Matricardi Symposium 6: Molecular AIT: which approaches will make it to market? O11 Mbc4: an innovative molecule to tackle birch pollen and concomitant food allergies Heidi Hofer, Claudia Asam, Michael Hauser, Peter Briza, Martin Himly, Christof Ebner, Fatima Ferreira O12 Challenges and solutions associated with the production of recombinant Bet v 1 allergen as a therapeutic protein Emmanuel Nony, Maxime Le Mignon, Pierrick Lemoine, Karine Jain, Kathy Abiteboul, Monica Arvidsson, Sabina Rak, Philippe Moingeon Clinical Cases: Breakthroughs and headaches from CRD: interactive session CC1 Anaphylaxis caused by lipid transfer proteins: a