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Dokumentarnost v avtorski poetiki Nede Rusjan Bric
Maja Orel, 2017, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomski nalogi so najprej povzete značilnosti dokumentarnega gledališča, sledi predstavitev najbolj odmevnih uprizoritev dokumentarnih dram na svetovnih in slovenskih odrih. V nadaljevanju je pozornost usmerjena v dokumentarno v poetiki Nede Rusjan Bric, ki je s svojimi dramami in njihovimi uprizoritvami v slovenskem gledališkem prostoru začrtala nove smernice dokumentarnega gledališča z elementi fiktivnega. Diplomska naloga predstavlja in analizira vseh pet avtoričinih dram, ki na odru zvesto in kronološko sledijo zgodbam posameznikov, o katerih govorijo. Zgodbe, ki so prikazane na platnu so fiktivne, a dopolnjujejo odrsko dogajanje. Dokument je avtoričino izhodišče, ki ohranja svojo faktografsko podlago, a v drami zaživi na nov način in z novo osvetlitvijo omogoča premislek o že znanih (življenjskih) zgodbah.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...dokumentarna fikcija, gledališče, drama, SNG Nova Gorica, Trieste - Alessandria EMBARKED, Eda - Zgodba bratov...
Keywords: Neda Rusjan Bric, dokumentarno gledališče, dokumentarna fikcija, gledališče, drama, SNG Nova Gorica, Trieste - Alessandria EMBARKED, Eda - Zgodba bratov Rusjan, Kdor sam do večera potuje skoz svet, Nora Gregor – Skiti kontinent spomina, Fabiani – Umetnost bivanja.
Published: 19.09.2017; Views: 1552; Downloads: 209
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DISTRIBUTION OF ENTERIC VIRUSES IN THE GULF OF TRIESTE AND THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
José Manuel Carita Gonçalves, 2018, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: The available classical diagnostic methods, due to many disadvantages, do not allow effective detection of pathogenic enteric viruses in environmental samples. Due to low concentrations of pathogenic viruses in the sea, it is important to develop an effective concentration procedure for their successful detection. In the first part of the doctoral thesis, we focused primarily on the development of a protocol for an effective concentration of pathogenic enteric viruses in coastal water samples. Monolithic chromatographic columns (BIAseparations) were used for the concentration of rotaviruses and noroviruses, prior to the detection with reverse transcription quantitative PCR in real time (RT-qPCR). We tested the efficiency of concentration using columns of various chemical properties and selected pathogenic enteric viruses (rotavirus and norovirus). Among them, hydrophobic interaction monolithic column (CIM® C4) was the most effective. CIM C4 was used to optimize the concentration step and tested in waters with different salinities. The presence of concentrated viruses was confirmed by RT-qPCR and transmission electron microscope. We have developed a protocol that enables rapid concentration of viruses in coastal waters of various salinities and can be used on-site. The presence of RoV and NoV was surveyed, using the developed concentration protocol, prior to one-step RT-qPCR molecular detection, in the inner part of the Bay of Koper, in mussel farming areas and a swimming area. Rotaviruses, noroviruses and fecal indicator bacteria were frequently detected in the inner part of the Bay of Koper. Rotaviruses and noroviruses were detected in the studied area, with higher rates close to the outfall of the wastewater treatment plant in the estuary of river Rižana and were also detected in the middle of the Bay of Koper and in areas used for recreation and mussel farming. The results show that water bodies, which are otherwise defined as suitable for bathing or mussel farming, based on the results of fecal indicator bacteria, still contain low concentrations of pathogenic enteric viruses. In addition to human pathogenic enteric viruses and faecal coliforms, changes in abundance of bacteria and virus particles were studied in relation to temperature, salinity, inorganic and organic nutrient concentrations in the organically polluted Rižana estuary. Preliminary results showed spatially and seasonally changes in bacterial and viral particles abundance, and bacterial composition spatially and seasonally. However, seasonality plays a greater role in bacterial dynamics.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Concentration of viruses, Enteric viruses, Rotavirus, Norovirus, Feacal coliforms, Feacal contamination, qPCR, RT-qPCR, Monolithic columns, Sewage, Seasonal dynamics, Concentration, Coastal environment, Gulf of Trieste
Published: 02.07.2018; Views: 1132; Downloads: 91
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