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Università della Svizzera italiana

The MRE11 complex : a versatile toolkit for the repair of broken DNA

Reginato, Giordano ; Cejka, Petr

In: DNA repair, 2020, vol. 91–92, no. July–August, p. 13 p

When DNA breaks, the ends need to be stabilized and processed to facilitate subsequent repair, which can occur by either direct but error-prone end-joining with another broken DNA molecule or a more accurate homology-directed repair by the recombination machinery. At the same time, the presence of broken DNA triggers a signaling cascade that regulates the repair events and cellular progression...

Eidgenössisches Hochschulinstitut für Berufsbildung EHB

Skill Specificity of Upper-Secondary Training Occupations and the Gender Pay Gap = Berufliche Spezifität und Einkommensunterschiede zwischen Männern und Frauen

Miriam Grønning ; Irene Kriesi ; Stefan Sacchi

In: Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 2020, p. 1-25

Gender disparities in wages are still fairly large. On average, women earn less than men from the beginning of their careers. This article investigates whether young men and women with vocational education and training receive different returns for occupation-specific and general skills, a topic that has hitherto received little attention. Theoretically, we draw on a culturalist approach, as...

Eidgenössisches Hochschulinstitut für Berufsbildung EHB

Expérience des conditions de travail en formation professionnelle : comparaison entre commerce de détail et maçonnerie

Caprani, I. ; Duemmler, K. ; Felder, A.

In: Actes du colloque de l’AREF 2019, 2020, p. 17-25

Sur la base d’une étude sociologique, nous proposons une analyse comparative de l’expérience subjective des conditions de travail des jeunes en formation en alternance dans le cadre de 2 secteurs d’activité : commerce de détail et maçonnerie. Cette étude qualitative qui se base sur des observations, entretiens semi-directifs et focus group a été menée au sein de 5 écoles...

Université de Fribourg

Foscolo "inglese" e la Grecia, 1826-1827: per l'edizione dell’epistolario

Borsa, Paolo ; Kolónia, Amalia

In: Ugo Foscolo tra Italia e Grecia: esperienza e fortuna di un intellettuale europeo, 2020, p. 249-277

Il contributo, studio preliminare all’allestimento dell’ultimo volume dell’Epistolario foscoliano per l’Edizione Nazionale, approfondisce uno dei nuclei più problematici del periodo 1825-1827, ossia quello delle lettere scambiate con corrispondenti greci o relative a questioni "greche". Vengono forniti edizione e commento di quattro documenti: 1) il memoriale noto come...

Université de Fribourg

Metal nanoparticle–microbe interactions: synthesis and antimicrobial effects

Khan, Mujeebur R. ; Fromm, Katharina M. ; Rizvi, Tanveer F. ; Giese, Bernd ; Ahamad, Faheem ; Turner, Raymond J. ; Füeg, Michael ; Marsili, Enrico

In: Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, 2020, vol. 37, no. 5, p. 1900419

Metal nanoparticles (NPs), chalcogenides, and carbon quantum dots can be easily synthesized from whole microorganisms (fungi and bacteria) and cell‐free sterile filtered spent medium. The particle size distribution and the biosynthesis time can be somewhat controlled through the biomass/metal solution ratio. The biosynthetic mechanism can be explained through the ion‐reduction theory and...

Université de Fribourg

Magical Milk Stones?

Dasen, Véronique

In: Plutarco, entre dioses y astros. Homenaje al profesor Aurelio Pérez Jiménez de sus discípulos, colegas y amigos, 2019, no. 2, p. 1035-1048

n the Roman imperial period, a large series of so-called magical stones are carved with the image of the lion-headed snake Chnoubis. The figure is often associated with the order pesse, or pepte “digest!”, and seems to avert stomach ailment. This paper investigates other possible competences which focus on the protection of children in the form of an alternative type of milk stone, because...

Université de Fribourg

The last surviving Thalassochelydia — A new turtle cranium from the Early Cretaceous of the Purbeck Group (Dorset, UK)

Anquetin, Jérémy ; André, Charlotte

In: PaleorXiv, 2020, p. 7pa5c

Background. The mostly Berriasian (Early Cretaceous) Purbeck Group of southern England has produced a rich turtle fauna dominated by the freshwater paracryptodires Pleurosternon bullockii and Dorsetochelys typocardium. Each of these species is known by numerous relatively complete shells and by a single cranium. The two other turtles found in the Purbeck Group (Hylaeochelys belli, a species of...