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graduate at Medicina Veterinária from Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas (2008). Has experience in Veterinary Medicine, focusing on Veterinary Medicine, acting on the following subjects: avestruz, viabilidade, porosidade, contamination and ostrich. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Apoptosis inhibitory proteins (IAPs) are a family of proteins that share the BIR-like domain that recognizes caspases, and their interaction with them is able to inhibit the apoptotic cascade. Among the members of this family, we highlight the survin whose expression is minimal or even absent in normal cells, however it is overexpressed in tumor cells, what constitutes it as a possible ...
Global warming is a reality and its effects nowadays are widely studied, however, little attention has been given to changes that happen to marine invertebrate caused by increase of temperature. Sea urchins are susceptible species to epizootic outbrakes and is possible to find in literature many report cases of mass mortality in such animals, this fact was observed by our team research ...
Diseases and mass mortality of sea urchins have been reported in many parts of the world and they have been correlated with environmental stress such as: pollution and thermal oscillation. Recently, diseases and mass mortality in tropical sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus (Brazil) were evidenced in São Sebastião city (north coast of São Paulo) and documented by our team of researchers. I...
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BRANCO, Paola Cristina. Avaliação da resposta imune inata de ouriços-do-mar antárticos Sterechinus neumayeri e tropicais Lytechinus variegatus e Echinometra lucunter frente ao aquecimento global.. Tese (Doutorado) - Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (11/06044-4)