Robert Gasparini

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[1] Measurements were made by a new cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) instrument (CCNC3) during the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program's Aerosol Intensive Observational Period (IOP) in May 2003 in Lamont, Oklahoma. An inverse aerosol/CCN closure study is undertaken, in which the predicted number concentration of particles available for activation(More)
BACKGROUND The accuracy of melanoma diagnosis continues to challenge the pathology community, even today with sophisticated histopathologic techniques. Melanocytic lesions exhibit significant morphological heterogeneity. While the majority of biopsies can be classified as benign (nevus) or malignant (melanoma) using well-established histopathologic(More)
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is predominantly found in children. It is a neoplasm of precursor cells or lymphoblasts committed to either a B- or T-cell lineage. The immature cells in B-acute lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma can be small or medium sized with scant or moderate cytoplasm and typically express B-cell markers such as CD19, cytoplasmic CD79a, and(More)
Antibody responses to poliovirus, diphtheria, pertussis, or tetanus vaccine were compared in five groups of infants. The 62 infants had been brought up on breast milk or on one of four types of artificial feed in the first five months of life. The types of artificial feed varied in quality and quantity of protein; they were high or low protein cow's milk,(More)
  • Associato, Manganotti, Formaggio E, Gasparini A, Cerini R, Bongiovanni L G +18 others
  • 2009
Continuous EEG–fMRI in patients with partial epilepsy and focal interictal slow-wave discharges on EEG. Continuous EEG-fMRI in pre-surgical evaluation of a patient with symptomatic seizures: bold activation linked to interictal epileptic discharges caused by cavernoma «THE NEURORADIOLOGY JOURNAL» ,MRI in epilepsy with spike and wave activity evoked by eye(More)
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