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Event-by-event fluctuations in the multiplicities of charged particles and photons at SPS energies are discussed. Fluctuations are studied by controlling the centrality of the reaction and rapidity acceptance of the detectors. Results are also presented on the event-by-event study of correlations between the multiplicity of charged particles and photons to… (More)
In a group of 140 patients with typical phenotype, the 22q11.2 microdeletion was detected in 43 patients (32%) using FISH and MLPA methods. There were no deletions of other chromosomal loci causing to phenotypes similar to the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11.2DS). Sequencing of the TBX1 gene did not detect any mutations, except for some common neutral… (More)
The present work was aimed at generating the dynamic standard reference intervals (DSRI) and their application for chromosomal-aberration (CA) analysis. The evaluation of the generated DSRI was performed using the DNA samples from four patients with already known CA. High-resolution comparative genomic hybridization analysis (HR-CGH) allowed us to not only… (More)
Three-particle correlations have been measured for identified pi(-) from central 158A GeV Pb+Pb collisions by the WA98 experiment at CERN. A substantial contribution of the genuine three-body correlation has been found as expected for a mainly chaotic and symmetric source.
The article deals with the results of 2,220 stereotaxic operations carried out on 1,812 patients with various diseases of the central nervous system: 1,286 operations in parkinsonism, 439 in cerebral infantile paralysis, 150 in torsion dystonia (dystonia musculorum deformans), etc. The best results were produced in parkinsonism and dystonia musculorum… (More)
The results of 2233 stereotaxic operations in 1812 patients are presented. Of them, 1286 were performed for parkinsonism, 439--for infantile cerebral paralysis, 150--for deforming muscular dystonia, 125--for epilepsy, 64--for neuro-oncological pathology, 169--for other diseases of the central nervous system. The best results were obtained in parkinsonism… (More)