Alessandro Russo

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Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a heterogeneous disease triggered by various risk factors and frequently characterized by chromosome instability. This instability is considered to be caused primarily by Hepatitis B virus (HBV), although aflatoxin B1 (AFB1), a potent fungal mutagen is also suspected to influence chromosomal repair. We studied 90 HCCs from(More)
The therapeutic landscape of non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) has dramatically changed in the last few years with the introduction of molecularly targeted agents, leading to unprecedented results in lung tumors with a paradigmatic shift from a "one size fits all" approach to an histologic and molecular-based approach. The discovery of epidermal growth(More)
P2P video streaming is receiving enormous attention, and when video is involved, the efficient use of the network becomes a very important issue, specially if live applications are addressed. In this work we study properties of Push/Pull protocols for the exchange of video chunks in non-structured systems. Push/Pull protocols are a broad class of chunk(More)
Practical implementation of new P2P streaming systems requires a lot of coding and is often tedious and costly, slowing down the technology transfer from the research community to real users. GRAPES aims at solving this problem by providing a set of open-source components conceived as basic building blocks for building new P2P streaming applications which(More)
Multicast video streaming is experiencing a significant growth in wireless networks thanks to the resources provided by 4G/LTE and WiFi services. However, wireless communications are affected by attenuation, shadowing, fading, and unpredictable interference, that make multicast services extremely difficult (no ARQ). Nodes close to the streaming source(More)
Brain metastases (BMs) represent a major issue in clinical practice and are associated with a significant worsening of patient's quality of life and, often, a dismal prognosis. Breast cancer (BC) is the second most common solid malignancy that metastasizes to the central nervous system. Incidence of BM varies according to the tumor subtype, with higher(More)
Multicast operations across wireless networks have received much attention, involving network architectures that range from ad-hoc networks to structured multi-hop meshes layouts. The use for this purpose of the standard Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) protocol suite has been dismissed as non practical, or non feasible, noting that its straightforward(More)