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Study and feasibility of new parasite concentration and identification paradigms

Abstract

In accordance with the original project, we elucidate all the originality of the effective research program, especially because it presents itself in a unique way in the world. For this reason, and due to the lack of specialized industrial option in Brazil, part of the prototype FAD (P2) modality to be used in phase II (development, evaluation and validation), - basically composed of stereomicroscope equipment with digital camera / video, column flotation, saturation chamber and compressor for medical / dental use - must be obtained through importing goods for researchers, effective since June 1, 2014 at FAPESP. This procedure will be fundamentally important to the current research, in order to overcome some difficulties faced in phase I (viability) development, more precisely in the use of stereomicroscope equipment. These technological adjustments, of course, will allow significant advances to the current (phase II) of this research, which will certainly become proportional to advance to phase III (industrialization and commercialization), as described in subsequent pages of this scientific progress report. (AU)

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SOARES, FELIPE AUGUSTO; SANTOS, BIANCA MARTINS DOS; ROSA, STEFANY LARYSSA; LOIOLA, SAULO HUDSON NERY; SUZUKI, CELSO TETSUO NAGASE; SABADINI, EDVALDO; BRESCIANI, KATIA DENISE SARAIVA; FALCAO, ALEXANDRE XAVIER; GOMES, JANCARLO FERREIRA. Dissolved air flotation as potential new mechanism for intestinal parasite diagnosis in feces. Acta Tropica, v. 224, DEC 2021. Web of Science Citations: 0.
FELIPE AUGUSTO SOARES; ALINE DO NASCIMENTO BENITEZ; BIANCA MARTINS DOS SANTOS; SAULO HUDSON NERY LOIOLA; STEFANY LARYSSA ROSA; WALTER BERTEQUINI NAGATA; SANDRA VALÉRIA INÁCIO; CELSO TETSUO NAGASE SUZUKI; KATIA DENISE SARAIVA BRESCIANI; ALEXANDRE XAVIER FALCÃO; JANCARLO FERREIRA GOMES. A historical review of the techniques of recovery of parasites for their detection in human stools. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical, v. 53, p. -, 2020. Web of Science Citations: 1.

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