- Research Grants
graduation at Biomedicina from Centro Universitário de Araraquara (2004), master's at Imunologia Básica e Aplicada (CAPES 7) from USP - Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto (2009) and doctorate at Imunologia Básica e Aplicada (CAPES 7) from USP - Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto (2012). Has experience in Pharmacy, acting on the following subjects: scfv, phage display, tityus serrulatus, bothrops sp. and bee venom. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The potassium channel subtype Kv1.3 has been focus of scientific research, since it can be used as target for induction of T cell suppression since 1984. The mechanism by which Kv1.3 channels trigger immunossupression is directly related to intracellular calcium signaling. Therefore, in the absence of sufficient Ca2+ influx, the T cell activation, proliferation and effector functions ar...
In recent years, attention was focused on biologically active peptides isolated from animal venoms and their physiological relevance. This movement was strengthened by the increased interest of pharmaceutical industries in the use of such molecules as drug leads. Among the biologically active molecules of greatest biotechnological potential are animal toxins, including scorpion peptides...
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