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Juliana Oliveira obtained her bachelor's degree in Physical and Biomolecular Physics from the Physics Institute of São Carlos (University of São Paulo). Has experience in Biophysics, focusing on Molecular Biophysics and Molecular Biology, in addition to experience with cellular assays against Plasmodium falciparum. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Malaria, a tropical disease caused by protozoa of the Plasmodium genus remain a major cause of mortality, especially among children below five years of age, causing socioeconomic problems for population of endemic areas worldwide. Transmission of the disease happens in 91 countries, and it is endemic in tropical and sub-tropical regions of Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America. Nearl...
Malaria, caused by protozoa parasite of the genus Plasmodium, is one of the world's leading public health problems. The disease occurs in 91 countries, being endemic in the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America. Nearly half the world's population (3 billion people) is exposed to malaria transmission in high-risk areas. In 2015, 212 million cases an...
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