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And Holds a bachelor's degree and a degree in Chemistry from Fundação Santo Andre University Center. She holds a master's degree in Chemistry Science and Technology from the Federal University of ABC. She worked as a CNpq researcher in the determination of As total and its species in rice derived foods. He is currently a FAPESP fellow and holds a doctorate in Science and Technology in Chemistry from the Federal University of ABC, where he works with the evaluation of in vitro bioaccessibility and in vivo bioavailability of As in humans consumed through rice. It also works with the chemical speciation of As, Se and Hg in various types of foods. She has more than 14 articles published in the areas of chemistry, biochemistry, environmental, biogeochemistry, chemical metabolism among others. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Essential elements such as arsenic (As) are detected in rice grains in several regions of the world, which may pose risks to human health because it is a toxic element even at low concentrations. Once rice cultivated under anaerobic conditions (flooded system) absorb about 4 times more As than under aerobic conditions (highlands). This accumulation is an issue of concerning once As is c...
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