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    AB : Alessandro Bruno : lavori = works

    Bruno, Alessandro
    Genova : Haydée von Roggle
    1997
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    Title: AB : Alessandro Bruno : lavori = works
    Author: Bruno, Alessandro
    Publisher: Genova : Haydée von Roggle
    Date: 1997
    Format: XVIII f. de pl. ; ill. ; 35 cm
    Note: Textes en italien et en anglais
    RERO No.: R003873963
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    Detection and analysis of atmospheric muons using the ALICE detector at the LHC

    Alessandro Bruno
    EPJ Web of conferences, 01 January 2017, Vol.145, p.09001 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Detection and analysis of atmospheric muons using the ALICE detector at the LHC
    Author: Alessandro Bruno
    Subject: Physics
    Description: ALICE is a general purpose experiment designed to investigate nucleus-nucleus collisions at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Located 52 meters underground, with 28 meters of overburden rock, it has also been used to detect the muonic component of the extensive air showers produced by cosmic-ray interactions in the upper atmosphere. A program of cosmic-ray data taking, with specific triggers for atmospheric muons, was started in 2010 in periods when there is no beam circulating in the LHC. Several million events have been recorded to date. The large size and excellent tracking capability of the ALICE Time Projection Chamber are exploited to detect and reconstruct these muons. In this paper the analysis of the multiplicity distribution of the atmospheric muons detected by ALICE between 2010 and 2013 is presented, along with the comparison with Monte Carlo simulations. Special emphasis is given to the study of high multiplicity events containing more than 100 reconstructed muons....
    Is part of: EPJ Web of conferences, 01 January 2017, Vol.145, p.09001
    Identifier: 2100-014X (E-ISSN); 10.1051/epjconf/201714509001 (DOI)

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    Detection and analysis of atmospheric muons using the ALICE detector at the LHC

    Alessandro Bruno
    EPJ Web of conferences, 01 January 2017, Vol.145, p.09001 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Multi-mode ultra-strong coupling in circuit quantum electrodynamics

    Sal J. Bosman, Mario F. Gely, Vibhor Singh, Alessandro Bruno, Daniel Bothner, Gary A. Steele
    npj quantum information, 01 October 2017, Vol.3(1), pp.1-6 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    A novel prophage identified in strains from Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis is a phylogenetic signature of the lineage ST-1974

    D'Alessandro, Bruno, Pérez Escanda, Victoria, Balestrazzi, Lucía, Iriarte, Andrés, Pickard, Derek, Yim, Lucía, Chabalgoity, José Alejandro, Betancor, Laura
    Microbial genomics, March 2018, Vol.4(3) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Proteomic analysis of Proteus mirabilis outer membrane proteins reveals differential expression in vivo vs. in vitro conditions

    D'Alessandro, Bruno, Lery, Leticia M. S, Von Krüger, Wanda M. A, Lima, Analía, Piccini, Claudia, Zunino, Pablo
    FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology, 2011, Vol. 63(2), pp.174-182 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    First Release of the Bacterial Biobank of the Urban Environment (BBUE)

    Antelo, Verónica, Salazar, Cecilia, Martínez, Arací, D’alessandro, Bruno, Castro, Marta, Betancor, Laura, Barcala, María Victoria, Míguez, Diana, Gonnet, Gastón H, Iraola, Gregorio
    Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2018, Vol.7(16) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Draft Genome Sequences of Two Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium Clinical Isolates from Uruguay

    Cordeiro, Nicolás F, D’alessandro, Bruno, Iriarte, Andrés, Pickard, Derek, Yim, Lucía, Chabalgoity, José Alejandro, Betancor, Laura, Vignoli, Rafael
    Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2018, Vol.7(4) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    A Naturally Occurring Deletion in FliE from Salmonella enterica Serovar Dublin Results in an Aflagellate Phenotype and Defective Proinflammatory Properties

    Sasías, Sebastián, Martínez-Sanguiné, Adriana, Betancor, Laura, Martínez, Arací, D'Alessandro, Bruno, Iriarte, Andrés, Chabalgoity, José A, Yim, Lucía
    Infection and immunity, January 2018, Vol.86(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: A Naturally Occurring Deletion in FliE from Salmonella enterica Serovar Dublin Results in an Aflagellate Phenotype and Defective Proinflammatory Properties
    Author: Sasías, Sebastián; Martínez-Sanguiné, Adriana; Betancor, Laura; Martínez, Arací; D'Alessandro, Bruno; Iriarte, Andrés; Chabalgoity, José A; Yim, Lucía
    Subject: Flie ; Salmonella ; Flagella ; Proinflammatory Capacity ; Serovar Dublin ; Bacterial Proteins -- Genetics ; Flagella -- Genetics ; Salmonella Enterica -- Genetics ; Sequence Deletion -- Genetics
    Description: serovar Dublin is adapted to cattle but is able to infect humans with high invasiveness. An acute inflammatory response at the intestine helps to prevent dissemination to systemic sites. Flagella contribute to this response by providing motility and FliC-mediated signaling through pattern recognition receptors. In a previous work, we reported a high frequency (11 out of 25) of Dublin isolates lacking flagella in a collection obtained from humans and cattle. The aflagellate strains were impaired in their proinflammatory properties and The aim of this work was to elucidate the underlying cause of the absence of flagella in Dublin isolates. We report here that class 3 flagellar genes are repressed in the human aflagellate isolates, due to impaired secretion of FliA anti-sigma factor FlgM. This phenotype is due to an in-frame 42-nucleotide deletion in the gene, which codes for a protein located in the flagellar basal body. The deletion is predicted to produce a protein lacking amino...
    Is part of: Infection and immunity, January 2018, Vol.86(1)
    Identifier: 1098-5522 (E-ISSN); 29061704 Version (PMID); 10.1128/IAI.00517-17 (DOI)

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    City-wide metagenomics uncover antibiotic resistance reservoirs in urban beach and sewage waters

    Fresia, Pablo, Antelo, Veronica, Salazar, Cecilia, Gimenez, Matias, D'Alessandro, Bruno, Afshinnekoo, Ebrahim, Mason, Christopher, Gonnet, Gaston, Iraola, Gregorio
    BioRxiv, Oct 30, 2018
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    Title: City-wide metagenomics uncover antibiotic resistance reservoirs in urban beach and sewage waters
    Author: Fresia, Pablo; Antelo, Veronica; Salazar, Cecilia; Gimenez, Matias; D'Alessandro, Bruno; Afshinnekoo, Ebrahim; Mason, Christopher; Gonnet, Gaston; Iraola, Gregorio
    Contributor: Iraola, Gregorio (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Pathogens ; Exploration ; Public Health ; Epidemiology ; Antibiotics ; Virulence ; Public Health ; Coastal Environments ; Antibiotic Resistance ; Genotypes ; Beaches ; Pathogens ; Drug Resistance ; Sewage ; Health Surveillance
    Description: Background: Microbial communities present in environmental waters constitute a reservoir for antibiotic resistant pathogens that impact human health. For this reason a diverse variety of water environments are being analyzed using metagenomics to uncover public health threats. However, the composition of these communities along the coastal environment of a whole city where sewage and beach waters are mixed, is poorly understood. Results: We shotgun-sequenced 20 coastal areas from the city of Montevideo (capital of Uruguay) including beach and sewage water samples to characterize bacterial communities and their virulence and antibiotic resistance repertories. We found that sewage and beach environments presented significantly different bacterial communities. Sewage waters harbored a higher prevalence and a more diverse repertory of virulence and antibiotic resistant genes mainly from well-known enterobacteria, including carbapenemases and extended-spectrum betalactamases reported in hospital...
    Is part of: BioRxiv, Oct 30, 2018
    Identifier: 10.1101/456517 (DOI)