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graduation at Ciências Biomédicas from Faculdade Integrada Metropolitana de Campinas (2009), master's at Genetics from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (2012) and doctorate at Genetics from Universidade de São Paulo (2019). Has experience in Genetics, focusing on Animal Genetics, acting on the following subjects: diptera, calliphoridae, expressão gênica diferencial, evolução and differential gene expression. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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Closely related species of the family Calliphoridae exhibit different feeding behaviors such as feeding in living tissues of a host (obligate parasitism) and feeding in decaying organic matter (saprophagous species). It is unclear how parasitism arose in Calliphoridae, however, it is possible to observe in their evolutionary history that this habit appears in three separate occasions. O...
Cochliomyia hominivorax is a parasite of economic and veterinary importance. The losses caused by this species impact mostly cattle breeding farms and domestic animals. This plague was first eradicated in the U.S. using the sterilized insect technique (SIT). Despite of this great effort, this species still occurs in parts of Central and the entire South America. In Brazil, organophospha...
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CARDOSO, Gisele Antoniazzi. Expressão de genes relacionados ao hábito alimentar na família Calliphoridae. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Biologia. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). (09/13463-3)
CARDOSO, Gisele Antoniazzi. Evolução da expressão gênica em Calliphoridae (Diptera, Calyptratae): um modelo para o estudo do hábito de parasitismo. Tese (Doutorado) - Instituto de Biociências. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (14/01600-4)