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Graduated in Biological Sciences-Modality Medical University Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2006). Has experience in the area of morphology, with emphasis on Reproductive Toxicology and Instrumentation in the Clinical Analysis, held at the Hospital of UNESP Botucatu. Master Degree by Graduate Program on General and Applied Biology, Biosciences Institute at Botucatu (FAPESP grant - 06/58835-7). Has teaching experience in embriology and has a PhD degree (FAPESP grant - 2009/00352-9) by Graduate Program in Cellular and Structural Biology, University of Campinas. Currenrly, is a professor at Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Três Lagoas. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Several contaminants in the environment have the capacity to interfere with endocrine homeostasis of humans and animals and the exposure to these compounds may induce abnormal development of sex organs. Parabens (alkyl esters of Á-hydroxybenzoic acid) are preservatives widely used in pharmaceutical products, food and beverage industries and cosmetics formulations. Besides antifungal and...
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) are substances that may interfere with the homeostasis of natural hormones in the body. Among several classes of EDCs, important examples of these compounds are parabens and phthalates, both widely used in a variety of products and frequently found as contaminant in human tissues. Parabens are preservatives widely used in pharmaceutical products, fo...
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GUERRA, Marina Trevizan. Estrutura do trato genital e função reprodutiva da prole masculina e feminina de ratos expostos ao propionato de testosterona in útero e durante a lactação. 2013. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Biologia. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). (09/00352-9)