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X-chromosome genetic variation in São Paulo State (Brazil) population
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2010-08-01)
As data on X-chromosomal short tandem repeats (X-STRs) for the Brazilian population are scarse, the aim of this study was to determine the allele frequencies of five X-STRs (DXS6854, DXS7424, DXS101, DXS6808 and DXS7132) ...
Population genetic data of five X-chromosomal loci in Bauru (São Paulo, Brazil)
Genetic population data for five X-STR (DXS6854, DXS7424, DXS101, DXS6808 and DXS7132) were obtained from Bauru population (São Paulo, Brazil). No deviations from the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium were observed, with the ...
Orthopoxvirus seroprevalence in cattle and human in rural areas of São Paulo State, Brazil
TREND ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY IN SOME RIVERS WITH DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE SAO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL
Human pythiosis, Brazil
Pythiosis, caused by Pythium insidiosum, occurs in humans and animals and is acquired from aquatic environments that harbor the emerging pathogen. Diagnosis is difficult because clinical and histopathologic features are ...
Short Report: Vaccinia Virus in Humans and Cattle in Southwest Region of São Paulo State, Brazil
(Amer Soc Trop Med & Hygiene, 2008-11-01)
A new outbreak of Vaccinia virus was observed in Southwest region of São Paulo State. Brazil. The disease was observed in four small dairy farms with manual milking. Lesions were detected in cattle and in humans previously ...
DNA human identification for the family rights: one year of agreement between UNESP/laboratory of paternity and public defender service in São Paulo State
The universities have realized the importance of extending their knowledge to the population through the provision of services. Thus, this paper presents the data obtained in an agreement between UNESP/Laboratory of Paternity ...
Building sustainable values in organizations with the support of human resource management: Evidence from one firm considered as the 'best place to work' in Brazil
Researchers and other professionals unanimously agree that companies should become more sustainable, but this will not happen without the support of human resource management. Paradoxically, there is a lack of information ...