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  • ATAIDE, Ricardo; MURILLO, Oscar; DOMBROWSKI, Jamille G.; SOUZA, Rodrigo M.; LIMA, Flavia A.; LIMA, Giselle F. M. C.; HRISTOV, Angelica D.; VALLE, Suiane C. N.; SANTI, Silvia M. Di; EPIPHANIO, Sabrina; MARINHO, Claudio R. F. (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, SAN FRANCISCO, USA, 2015)
    Malaria in pregnancy remains a substantial public health problem in malaria-endemic areas with detrimental outcomes for both the mother and the foetus. The placental changes that lead to some of these detrimental outcomes ...
  • HRISTOV, Angelica Domingues; SANCHEZ, Maria Carmen Arroyo; FERREIRA, Jose Jarbas Bittencourt; LIMA, Giselle Fernandes Maciel de Castro; INOUE, Juliana; COSTA-NASCIMENTO, Maria de Jesus; SANCHEZ, Arianni Rondelli; RAMOS-SANCHEZ, Eduardo Milton; SANTI, Silvia Maria Di (FUNDACO OSWALDO CRUZ, RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ, BRAZIL, 2014)
    Studies on autochthonous malaria in low-transmission areas in Brazil have acquired epidemiological relevance because they suggest continued transmission in what remains of the Atlantic Forest. In the southeastern portion ...
  • NEVES, Amanda; URBINATTI, Paulo Roberto; MALAFRONTE, Rosely dos Santos; FERNANDES, Aristides; PAGANINI, Wanderley da Silva; NATAL, Delsio (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2013)
    A few cases of Plasmodium vivax malaria in which anophelines of subgenus Kerteszia were incriminated as vectors have been reported outside the Amazon region, in the Atlantic Forest. This study was carried out near an ...
  • PEREIRA, Andreia Vieira; BARROS, Gustavo de; PINTO, Erika Gracielle; TEMPONE, Andre Gustavo; ORSI, Ricardo de Oliveira; SANTOS, Lucilene Delazari dos; CALVI, Sueli; FERREIRA JR., Rui Seabra; PIMENTA, Daniel Carvalho; BARRAVIERA, Benedito (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, LONDON, ENGLAND, 2016)
    Background: Apis mellifera venom, which has already been recommended as an alternative anti-inflammatory treatment, may be also considered an important source of candidate molecules for biotechnological and biomedical uses, ...
  • GUIMARAES, Lilian O.; WUNDERLICH, Gerhard; ALVES, Joao M. P.; BUENO, Marina G.; ROEHE, Fabio; CATAO-DIAS, Jose L.; NEVES, Amanda; MALAFRONTE, Rosely S.; CURADO, Izilda; DOMINGUES, Wilson; KIRCHGATTER, Karin (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, LONDON, ENGLAND, 2015)
    Background: The merozoite surface protein 1 (MSP1) gene encodes the major surface antigen of invasive forms of the Plasmodium erythrocytic stages and is considered a candidate vaccine antigen against malaria. Due to its ...
  • SANTOS, Delia C. M.; LIMA, Marta L.; TOLEDO, Juliano S.; FERNANDES, Paula A.; AGUIAR, Marta M. G.; LOPEZ-GONZALVEZ, Angeles; FERREIRA, Lucas A. M.; FERNANDES, Ana Paula; BARBAS, Coral (ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, 2016)
    Amphotericin B (AmB) is a drug of choice against life-threatening systemic fungal infections and an alternative therapy for the treatment of all forms of leishmaniasis. It is known that AmB and its conventional formulation ...
  • WEG, Cornelia A. M. van de; PANNUTI, Claudio S.; ARAUJO, Evaldo S. A. de; HAM, Henk-Jan van den; ANDEWEG, Arno C.; BOAS, Lucy S. V.; FELIX, Alvina C.; CARVALHO, Karina I.; MATOS, Andreia M. de; LEVI, Jose E.; ROMANO, Camila M.; CENTRONE, Cristiane C.; RODRIGUES, Celia L. de Lima; LUNA, Expedito; GORP, Eric C. M. van; OSTERHAUS, Albert D. M. E.; MARTINA, Byron E. E.; KALLAS, Esper G. (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, SAN FRANCISCO, USA, 2013)
    Background: Severe dengue virus (DENV) disease is associated with extensive immune activation, characterized by a cytokine storm. Previously, elevated lipopolysaccharide (LPS) levels in dengue were found to correlate with ...
  • LOUISE, Caroline; VIDAL, Paloma Oliveira; SUESDEK, Lincoln (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, SAN FRANCISCO, USA, 2015)
    Scientific research into the epidemiology of dengue frequently focuses on the microevolution and dispersion of the mosquito Aedes aegypti. One of the world's largest urban agglomerations infested by Ae. aegypti is the ...
  • MULTINI, Laura Cristina; MARRELLI, Mauro Toledo; WILKE, Andre Barretto Bruno (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, LONDON, ENGLAND, 2015)
    Background: Aedes fluviatilis is a neotropical mosquito species thought to be a potential vector of Yellow Fever viruses and can be infected with Plasmodium gallinaceum in laboratory. A better understanding of its genetic ...
  • XIMENES, Ricardo Arraes de Alencar; MARTELLI, Celina Maria Turchi; AMAKU, Marcos; SARTORI, Ana Marli C.; SOAREZ, Patricia Coelho de; NOVAES, Hillegonda Maria Dutilh; PEREIRA, Leila Maria Moreira Beltrao; MOREIRA, Regina Celia; FIGUEIREDO, Gerusa Maria; AZEVEDO, Raymundo Soares de (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, SAN FRANCISCO, USA, 2014)
    Background: This study aimed to identify the transmission pattern of hepatitis A (HA) infection based on a primary dataset from the Brazilian National Hepatitis Survey in a pre-vaccination context. The national survey ...
  • PAULA, Fabiana Martins de; MALTA, Fernanda de Mello; MARQUES, Priscilla Duarte; SITTA, Renata Barnabe; PINHO, Joao Renato Rebello; GRYSCHEK, Ronaldo Cesar Borges; CHIEFFI, Pedro Paulo (FUNDACO OSWALDO CRUZ, RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ, BRAZIL, 2015)
    This study aimed to evaluate the use of conventional polymerase chain reaction (cPCR) and real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) in the diagnosis of human strongyloidiasis from stool samples in tropical areas. Stool samples ...
  • LORENZ, Camila; PATANE, Jose S. L.; SUESDEK, Lincoln (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2015)
    The mosquito species Anopheles cruzii and Anopheles homunculus are co-occurring vectors for etiological agents of malaria in southeastern Brazil, a region known to be a major epidemic spot for malaria outside Amazon region. ...
  • WILKE, Andre Barretto Bruno; CHRISTE, Rafael de Oliveira; MULTINI, Laura Cristina; VIDAL, Paloma Oliveira; WILK-DA-SILVA, Ramon; CARVALHO, Gabriela Cristina de; MARRELLI, Mauro Toledo (PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, SAN FRANCISCO, USA, 2016)
    Mosquitoes are responsible for the transmission of important infectious diseases, causing millions of deaths every year and endangering approximately 3 billion people around the world. As such, precise identification of ...
  • OLIVAL, Guilherme Sciascia do; LIMA, Bruna Mendonca; SUMITA, Laura M.; SERAFIM, Vitor; FINK, Maria Cristina; NALI, Luis Henrique; ROMANO, Camila Malta; THOMAZ, Rodrigo Barbosa; CAVENAGHI, Vitor Breseghello; TILBERY, Charles Peter; PENALVA-DE-OLIVEIRA, Augusto Cesar (ASSOC ARQUIVOS NEURO- PSIQUIATRIA, SAO PAULO SP, BRAZIL, 2013)
    Multiple sclerosis is the most common autoimmune inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system, and its etiology is believed to have both genetic and environmental components. Several viruses have already ...
  • NALI, Luiz Henrique da Silva; MORAES, Lenira; FINK, Maria Cristina Domingues; CALLEGARO, Dagoberto; ROMANO, Camila Malta; OLIVEIRA, Augusto Cesar Penalva de (ASSOC ARQUIVOS NEURO- PSIQUIATRIA, SAO PAULO SP, BRAZIL, 2014)
    Natalizumab is currently one of the best options for treatment of patients with Multiple Sclerosis who have failed traditional prior therapies. However, prolonged use, prior immunosuppressive therapy and anti-JCV antibody ...
  • DUARTE, Ana Maria R. C.; PEREIRA, Diego M.; PAULA, Marcia B. de; FERNANDES, Aristides; URBINATTI, Paulo R.; RIBEIRO, Andressa F.; MELLO, Maria Helena S. H.; MATOS JR., Marco O.; MUCCI, Luis F.; FERNANDES, Licia N.; NATAL, Delsio; MALAFRONTE, Rosely S. (BIOMED CENTRAL LTD, LONDON, ENGLAND, 2013)
    Background: A descriptive study was carried out in an area of the Atlantic Forest with autochthonous malaria in the Parelheiros subdistrict on the periphery of the municipality of Sao Paulo to identify anopheline fauna and ...
  • URBANO, Paulo R.; NALI, Luiz H. S.; BICALHO, Camila S.; PIERROTTI, Ligia C.; DAVID-NETO, Elias; PANNUTI, Claudio S.; ROMANO, Camila M. (ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC, NEW YORK, USA, 2016)
    A new real-time PCR assay for trichodysplasia spinulosa associated polyomavirus (TSPyV) DNA detection was designed, and blood samples from kidney transplant recipients and healthy individuals were screened. TSPyV-DNA was ...
  • URBANO, Paulo Roberto Palma; OLIVEIRA, Renato Reis; ROMANO, Camila Malta; PANNUTI, Claudio Sergio; FINK, Maria Cristina Domingues da Silva (WILEY-BLACKWELL, HOBOKEN, USA, 2016)
    The objective of this study was to evaluate the prevalence, genotypic characterization, and determination of the patterns of shedding of human polyomavirus JC (JCPyV) and BK (BKPyV) in consecutive urine samples collected ...
  • FREITAS, Marcus Valerius de Matos; BRUN, Cristiane Ferreira da Luz; RODRIGUES, Marcelo Campos; ALVES, Georgia Brenda Barros; LEAL, Ariane Farias; SILVA, Esther Machado de Carvalho e; GROLLI, Lucas; QUESSADA, Ana Maria (UNIV FEDERAL SANTA MARIA, SANTA MARIA, BRAZIL, 2017)
    This study aimed to characterize ocular diseases in dogs naturally affected by visceral leishmaniasis in Teresina, Piaui State, Brazil. The diagnosis was made using parasitological exams of the bone-marrow and lymph-node ...
  • FERNANDES, Luis G. V.; VIEIRA, Monica L.; KIRCHGATTER, Karin; ALVES, Ivy J.; MORAIS, Zenaide M. de; VASCONCELLOS, Silvio A.; ROMERO, Eliete C.; NASCIMENTO, Ana L. T. O. (AMER SOC MICROBIOLOGY, WASHINGTON, USA, 2012)
    Leptospirosis is a zoonosis with multisystem involvement caused by pathogenic strains of the genus Leptospira. OmpL1 is an outer membrane protein of Leptospira spp. that is expressed during infection. In this work, we ...

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