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Degree in Pharmacy and Biochemistry from the Shool of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Ribeirão Preto / University of São Paulo (USP-RP) (1984); degree in Industrial Pharmacy from the Shool of Pharmaceutical Sciences / Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUC-CAMPINAS) (1985); Master of Science in Food Technology from the Faculty of Food Engineering / State University of Campinas (Unicamp) (1996) and PhD with a focus on Analytical Chemistry by the Institute of Chemistry / State University of Campinas ( Unicamp) (2002). Works as a lecturer at the University of Sorocaba (Uniso) in the Course of Pharmaceutical Sciences and by the Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences of Uniso (PPGCF-Uniso). Member of the PPGCF-Uniso research line "Evaluation of bioactive substances and drug delivery systems". In this line of research has developed projects related to: physical-chemical quality control of drugs and medicines; optimization of pharmaceutical formulations; drug delivery systems and structural and functional stabilization of protein entities. Also is a volunteer researcher at the Department of Analytical Chemistry of the Institute of Chemistry of Unicamp since 2004. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Hidden beneath a protective biofilm, pathogenic bacteria thrive forming authentic microbial cities and may unleash all kinds of mischief in skin infections. Bacterial biofilms are sheltered beneath the outer layer of skin, the stratum corneum, which serves as a natural barrier to most therapeutic agents. With such a double-layered protection, harmful bacteria can become especially dange...
The emergence of bacterial strains resistant to antibiotics and poor penetration of antibiotics in bacterial biofilms puts emphasis on the need for safe and effective alternatives for antimicrobial treatment. The application of strictly lytic bacteriophage (or phage) has been proposed as an alternative (or supplement) to conventional antibiotics, allowing the release of natural predator...
The aim of this work is the development of a quantitative spectrophotometric method for the determination of metformin. The method will be based on the reaction between metformin and copper ions in basic medium to give a colored complex. Determined the best conditions for the development of the reaction the method will be validated. (AU)
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