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Veterinary by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science of the University of São Paulo. Master of Science in the area of Health Services / Public Health Surveillance in the graduate program of Public Health, School of Public Health - USP. PhD in Experimental Epidemiology of Zoonosis, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science - USP. Works on the following subjects: microbiology, bacterial molecular biology, bacterial genotyping, sequencing (NGS), molecular epidemiology, bacterial genomics, bioinformatics and public health. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The Corynebacterium genus is found in several ecological niches, such as soil and sewage, besides being commonly isolated from different animal species. The zoonotic character of several toxigenic species of the genus has been described in the literature. In pigs, although poorly studied, there are reports of isolation of Corynebacterium species, mainly of the upper respiratory and geni...
The Corynebacterium genus still is poorly studied, despite the importance of toxigenic species for both human and animal health. The impact of the infection by these microorganisms on swine production has not yet been addressed, both in the international scenario and in the Brazilian reality, although pigs have been cited as carriers of Corynebacterium species. The aim of the present st...
The characterization of Leptospira strains is essential for understanding the epidemiology of the disease in humans and animals. Traditionally, it is used to characterize the serological classification of the isolates into serogroups and serotypes. However, only the characterization of the genomic of Leptospira species will possible to differentiate them and to understand the molecular ...
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