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graduate at Química from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2008). Has experience in Chemistry, focusing on Chemistry, acting on the following subjects: tetragonal tungstênio bronze, difração de raios-x, voltamétrica, hollandita and sensor para íons potássio. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Macrophages are important cells component of the human immune system. These cells produce and release reactive oxygen and reactive nitrogen species after inflammatory activation and, consequently, they can oxidize distinct thiol groups in proteins. Accordingly, information on the concentration of these species can help to understand their function in signal transduction pathways. Theref...
This project aims to use the scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) as a tool to gain information on the permeation of some chemical species (H+, hydroquinone, ascorbic acid and dopamine) through lipid bilayers. The SECM will also be used to measure diffusion coefficients in micellar systems (chlorides of 1-alquilpiridines, where the alkyl groups are C10, C12, C14 and C16).
An internship research at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden is proposed in this project. Experiments involving the construction and application of micro and nanosensors in neural signaling will be performed and the main goal is the monitoring of neurotransmitters released during exocytose process in a single biological cell and in vivo neurons in Drosophila (fruit fly). The researc...
This project aims at developing a 4-month short term research involving experiments with high-resolution scanning electrochemical microscopy (HR-SECM) at the University of Pittsburgh under the supervision of Dr. Shigeru Amemiya. The HR-SECM is a scanning probe technique, but a nanopipet is used as a tip and its response is based on the current measurement generated during the transfer o...
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