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Graduated in Biological Sciences at the "Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro" (1970). PhD in Viral Immunology at "Universidade Estadual de Campinas" (1974). Invited Professor at the "Université de Strasbourg", France (1999-2006). Currently research investigator "1A senior" of the CNPq at the "Laboratório de Imunologia Viral do Instituto Butantan" ("PqC VI"). Experience in the areas of Biotechnology, Virology and Imunology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The aim of Prof. Michael Butler visit is to train researchers from Instituto Butantan (LIV) and Unifesp (ICT, Campus São José dos Campos) on Post-translational modifications (MPT) of recombinant proteins, focusing more specifically on Glycosylation, which has enormous implications over the quality of these molecules. Since, part of the program includes a gradute course, this training p...
The quantitative RT-PCR (qRT-PCR) is an important tool for gene quantification and few studies have focused its use to study, monitor and control of heterologous gene expression dynamics in eukaryotic systems used for recombinant protein production. Most of the studies, in this area, use the qRT-PCR just as an indirect method for evaluating gene expression. Our aim, on the other hand, i...
The aim of the present research project is to promote a collaborative work involving Laboratories of the Instituto Butantan and the Escola Politecnica of the University of São Paulo to study and establish a bioprocess for the synthesis and extraction of the recombinant rabies virus glycoprotein (GPV) with high productivity and immunologic quality from S2 Drosophila melanogaster cells cu...
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