Ildo Benedetti

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The distribution of glycogen in the central nervous system of the viviparous teleost Gambusia affinis and of the oviparous teleost Jordanella floridae during development and in the adults, was examined. It emerged that the glycogen pattern in adults of Gambusia and Jordanella is very similar, whereas there are considerable differences during development.(More)
In developed countries, typhoid fever is often associated with persons who travel to endemic areas or immigrate from them. Typhoid fever is a systemic infection caused by Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi. Because of the emergence of antimicrobial resistance to standard first-line drugs, fluoroquinolones are the drugs of choice. Resistance to ciprofloxacin(More)
A hierarchical BEM solver for the analysis of three-dimensional anisotropic time-harmonic fracture mechanics problems is presented. A thorough investigation on the relations and interactions between the numerically computed anisotropic fundamental solutions and the algorithm used to approximate the blocks of the hierarchical matrix, namely Adaptive Cross(More)
  • Irene Benedetti, Elena Panasenko, I Benedetti, E Panasenko
  • 2007
We study the relation between the solutions set to a perturbed semi-linear differential inclusion with nonconvex and non-Lipschitz right-hand side in a Banach space and the solutions set to the relaxed problem corresponding to the original one. We find the conditions under which the set of solutions for the relaxed problem coincides with the intersection of(More)
Peculiar dorsal neurons present in the dorsal spinal cord of Trigla lucerna L. and Scorpaena porcus L. were investigated by neuroanatomical and immunohistochemical methods. These neurons were previously defined as commissural cells, but have now been identified as supramedullary neurons. The following fundamental criteria for identifying the supramedullary(More)
The central nervous system of Lophius piscatorius has a cluster of large neurons located at the boundary between the medulla oblongata and spinal cord. The DNA content of these neurons was evaluated by microfluorimetric methods. Results demonstrated a DNA content ranging from a minimum of 8C in the smaller to over 1000C in the larger neurons of L.(More)
This work describes the acid phosphatase activity in supramedullary neurons of Coris julis, analyzed by a cytochemical method. The presence of both acid phosphatase-positive and -negative membrane bound granules indicates that only a part of the numerous electrodense granules in the supramedullary neurons can be interpreted as lysosomes. The great number of(More)
Some Teleosts belonging to the orders Batrachoidiformes, Lophiiformes, Perciformes and Tetraodontiformes show a cluster of large neurons dorsally located at the boundary between the spinal cord and medulla oblongata. These elements have traditionally been grouped with the supramedullary neurons aligned in the dorso-medial region of the spinal cord of other(More)
The ultrastructural study of the supramedullary neurons in Crenilabrus quinquemaculatus shows that these cells are engaged in intense synthetic activity as is testified by the nuclear morphology, the plentiful rough endoplasmic reticulum and polysomes, and finally the remarkably developed Golgi complexes, many of them active. Moreover the cytoplasm of the(More)