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graduation at Ciências Biológicas from Universidade de São Paulo (2014). Has experience in Physiology, focusing on Physiology (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Gliomas, the most frequent primary brain tumor in adults, are classified into four (I-IV) histological grades. Gliomas grade IV, known as glioblastomas, are highly aggressive tumors associated with a median survival of only 15 months. In vitro studies have shown that high concentrations of melatonin, a hormone synthesized mainly by the pineal gland, significantly reduce the migration an...
Gliomas are recurrent primary brain tumors classified according its proliferation rate and invasiveness. A preliminary study of gene expression in material obtained from patients with glioma showed a significant negative correlation between the grade of invasiveness and the expression of the gene that encodes the enzyme responsible for converting N-acetylserotonin (NAS) in melatonin (ME...
Cellular plasticity and heterogeneity are fundamental features of human tumors and arise as a consequence of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms, as well as environmental signals. Such diversity is considered an important source of treatment failure, as subpopulations of drug-resistant cells may underlie tumor recurrence and metastasis. In the tumor ecosystem, malignant and stromal cells ...
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