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Maria Laura Costa Do Nascimento

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Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Hospital da Mulher Professor Doutor José Aristodemo Pinotti. Centro de Atenção Integral à Saúde da Mulher (CAISM)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

graduation at medicina from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (2003) and doctorate at Clinical Medicine from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (2011). Post-doctoral training at Washington University in Saint Louis (USA) in placental biology and immunology. Has experience in Medicine, acting on the following subjects: maternal morbidity, near-miss, severe maternal morbidity, placental biology and preeclampsia. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

News published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the researcher
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Articles published in other media outlets (28 total):
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Estudo indica necessidade de rever identificação do zika em placenta 
Fapesp: Estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificar zika em placenta 
Fapesp: Estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificar zika em placenta 
Fapesp: Estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificar zika em placenta 
Fapesp: Estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificar zika em placenta 
Fapesp: Estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificar zika em placenta 
Fapesp: Estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificar zika em placenta 
Estudo indica necessidade de rever identificação do zika em placenta 
Novo estudo indica necessidade de rever protocolo para identificação do zika vírus na placenta 
Un estudio apunta la necesidad de revisar el protocolo para la detección del virus del Zika en la placenta 
Researchers highlight the need to revise the protocol for detecting ZIKV infection in placenta 
Un estudio apunta la necesidad de revisar el protocolo para la detección del virus del Zika en la placenta 
Protocol for Detecting Zika in the Placenta Needs Revising, Study Indicates 
Study Indicates The Need to Revise Protocol for Detecting Zika in Placenta 
Study Indicates the Need to Revise the Protocol for Detecting Zika in Placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Protocol for Detecting Zika in the Placenta Needs Revising, Study Indicates 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta. 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
Study indicates the need to revise the protocol for detecting Zika in placenta 
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COLVIN, BRYANNE N.; LONGTINE, MARK S.; CHEN, BAOSHENG; COSTA, MARIA LAURA; NELSON, D. MICHAEL. Oleate attenuates palmitate-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress and apoptosis in placental trophoblasts. Reproduction, v. 153, n. 4, p. 369-380, . Web of Science Citations: 5. (14/01925-0)

COSTA, MARIA LAURA; ROBINETTE, MICHELLE L.; BUGATTI, MATTIA; LONGTINE, MARK S.; COLVIN, BRYANNE N.; LANTELME, ERICA; VERMI, WILLIAM; COLONNA, MARCO; NELSON, D. MICHAEL; CELLA, MARINA. Two Distinct Myeloid Subsets at the Term Human Fetal-Maternal-Interface. FRONTIERS IN IMMUNOLOGY, v. 8, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (14/01925-0)

CHEN, BAOSHENG; LONGTINE, MARK S.; COSTA, MARIA LAURA; NELSON, D. MICHAEL. Punicalagin promotes human villous trophoblast differentiation. Placenta, v. 44, p. 80-82, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (14/01925-0)

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