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Has experience in General Biology, focusing on General Biology (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Aedes aegypti is a mosquito vector of several pathogens, being the most important vector of dengue viruses in Brazil. This insect is synantropic, highly adapted to the urban environment and has exhibited resistance to insecticides, which is particularly problematic to public health. Nowadays, it has grown the search for fundamental genes of this species which may be useful for the elabo...
Aedes aegypti (Culicidae) is a vector of dengue virus, yellow fever and other arboviruses. Originally from Africa, it is present on all continents owing to the passive transport of their immature forms, especially of eggs, which are resistant to desiccation. The species exhibits anthropophilic and synanthropic habits, and represents a public health problem since it is directly involved ...
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