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graduation at Ciência Biológicas from Centro Universitário Fundação Santo André (2012) and master's at Medicina Tropical from Universidade de São Paulo (2016). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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|Urbanization changes shape of mosquitoes wings|
Anopheles cruzii is an antropophilic mosquito species that has a significant epidemiological potential, this mosquito is the main vector of human and simian malaria in Brazil, more precisely in Atlantic Forest regions, including São Paulo state. In the city of São Paulo there are still remaining of Atlantic Forests where An. Cruzii is commonly found, the most relevant areas are: (a) Par...
Aedes fluviatilis is a species of mosquito highly anthropophilic and well adapted to the urban environment. This species was found in abundance in municipal parks in the city of São Paulo. Although this species has not been implicated in the transmission of infections to humans under natural conditions, several studies have shown its vector competence for the yellow fever virus, Plasmod...
The Complex Coronator within the family Culicidae is what has most epidemiological importance such that some members of this complex are responsible for transmitting some arboviruses as the St. Louis Encephalitis virus (VESL), and Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus. The members of this complex are: Cx. coronator, Cx, Cx. usquatus, Cx. ousqua, Cx. usquatissimus and Cx. camposi. The spe...
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(References retrieved automatically from State of São Paulo Research Institutions)
MULTINI, Laura Cristina. Caracterização genética de populações de Aedes fluviatilis de parques municipais em São Paulo, utilizando marcadores microssatélites. 2016. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Medicina Tropical de São Paulo. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (13/22347-2)