- Research Grants
, acting on the following subjects: nanosphere, controlled release, nanotechnology, nanoparticles and polymeric drug carrier. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Smart drug carrier systems have the objective of modifying the limiting physicochemical properties of the drugs, enhancing their therapeutic effect, controlling their absorption and distribution in the tissues and reducing the toxicological effects. Nanoencapsulation of bioactive molecules and their subsequent mobilization in semi-solid topical formulations is a technologically viable a...
The largest agricultural losses worldwide are related to insects and pests that affect diverse cultures, causing damage that can reach up to 100% loss in severe cases. The velvetbean caterpillar (gemmatalis Anticarsia) and fall armyworm corn (Spodoptera fugiperda) are the main pests on two cultures of great importance for the Brazilian agribusiness, soybeans and corn respectively. The u...
Nowadays, agricultural production systems employ large amounts of pesticides in order to increase the quantity and quality of food. Brazil has become one of the largest consumers of agrochemicals in the world and, although it has an important role in agricultural productivity, agrochemicals are now founded in large amounts in surface water and groundwater. Pesticides have an important r...
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Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic, relapsing inflammatory skin disorder characterized by intense itching and recurrent eczematous lesions. Although the pathogenesis of this disorder is not completely understood, it appears to result from the complex interplay between defects in skin barrier function, environmental and infectious agents, and immune abnormalities. The current therapies ...
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