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Valeria Scorsato in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Antibiotic Resistance (AMR) poses a serious threat to public health. Brazilian National Health System (SUS) estimates that about 19,000 Brazilians dies of infections due to AMRs every year. The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a worldwide warning on this threat and suggested the development of new antibiotics to combat these microorganisms. One approach to this problem is thro...
Cancer is a leading cause of death today, and the second cause of accidental death in Brazil, where government funds for treatment of the desease exceed 1 billion reals per year. In many cases, treatments and anticancer therapies are not totally effective, thus being extremely important to develop new therapies or improve the existing ones. The development of modulators of the activity ...
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SCORSATO, Valeria. Regulação de proteínas fosfatases envolvidas em câncer = estudos estruturais da TIPRL e interação com a proteína fosfatase 2A = Regulation of protein phosphatases involved in cancer: structural studies of TIPRL and its interaction with protein phosphatase 2A. Tese (Doutorado) - Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Instituto de Biologia. (11/03054-9)