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Desenvolvimento larval de Brycon hilarii (Characiformes, Characidae)
Oliveira, Fernando G. de;Bialetzki, Andréa;Gomes, Luiz C.;Santin, Miriam;Taguti, Tátia L.;
Iheringia. Série Zoologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0073-47212012000100009
Abstract: the present study characterizes the early stages of development of brycon hilarii (valenciennes, 1850) based on morphometric and meristic characters. patterns of development in morphometric characters were analyzed through the fit of linear, quadratic and linear piecewise models. samples were collected from march 2000 to march 2004 in basins of the cuiabá and manso rivers, state of mato grosso, brazil. larvae were identified and classified in different stages (larval yolk, pre-flexion, flexion, and post-flexion) according to notochord development. the morphometric and meristic characters for each larva were, respectively, measured and counted. the standard length ranged from 3.25 to 26.00 mm. the larval yolk stage showed a greater concentration of dendritic pigments along the intestine, and the flexion and post-flexion stages showed an intensified pigmentation intensified along the back. a single spot on the humerus and another on the caudal peduncle were observed at the end of the post-flexion stage. also, in the larval yolk and pre-flexion stages. the intestine is long, the snout is short, the adhesive organ was present in the larval yolk and pre-flexion, and the mouth is terminal throughout the development. the total number of myomeres ranged from 41 to 50 (23 to 30 pre-anal and 16 to 24 post-anal). number of fin rays: dorsal 11; anal 30; pectoral 15 and ventral eight. the analysis of the development indicated higher metamorphosis in the flexion stage.
Sporothrix schenckii in a hospital and home environment in the city of Pelotas/RS - Brazil
Mattei, Antonella S.;Madrid, Isabel M.;Santin, Rosema;Silva, Franklin V.;Carapeto, Luiz P.;Meireles, Mário C.A.;
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0001-37652011000400022
Abstract: this study describes the isolation of s. schenckii in hospital and home environments in brazil. samples were collected from surfaces of a veterinary service place and at home. s. schenckii was detected in 1.5% of the samples from the hospital environment. however, this fungus was isolated from all sampled areas in home environments. the isolation of s. schenckii deonstrates that these surfaces could act as infection sources to anials and huans. therefore, employees and pet owners could be exposed to this agent, and the contamination, through surfaces, could occur through the traumatic inoculation of the fungus or by direct contact with pre-existing lesions.
Avalia??o microbiológica, histológica e imunológica de frangos de corte desafiados com Salmonella Enteritidis e Minnesota e tratados com ácidos organicos
Pickler, Larissa;Hayashi, Ricardo M.;Louren?o, Mariana C.;Miglino, Leonardo B.;Caron, Luiz Felipe;Beir?o, Breno C.B.;Silva, Ana V.F.;Santin, Elizabeth;
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-736X2012000100006
Abstract: two experiments were carried out to evaluate effectiveness of organic acids against salmonella enterica enterica serovars enteritidis (se) and minnesota (sm) in broilers. in the first experiment three treatments were evaluated: t1 - feeding with organic acids, t2 - feeding with organic acids and organic acids in drink water, and t3 - control group. all animals were oral challenged with se. organic acids in diet (t1) and organic acids in diet and drink water (t2) reduced the shadding of salmonella in crop and cecum 7 days post challenged with se and reduced the cd3+ cells in jejunal mucosa of broilers. in the second experiment four treatments were evaluated, t1 - control group, t2 - control group oral challenged with salmonella minnesota (sm); t3 - oral challenged animals with sm and treated with organic acids in diet; t4 - oral challenged animals with sm and treated with organic acids in diet and in drink water. organic acids in diet (t3) and organic acids in diet and in drink water (t4) reduced the shadding of sm in crop of challenged broilers, 7 days post inoculation the use of organic acids in diet and in water was more effective to control se than sm.
Seletividade de acaricidas a insetos e ácaros predadores em citros
Santos, Antonio C. dos;Gravena, Santin;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591997000100014
Abstract: the selectivity of acaricides to predatory insects and mites was studied in two citrus orchards in s?o paulo state in 1993 and 1994. acaricides used (g.a.i /1001) were: in 1993, pyridaben 20 ec, 20 wp and 75 wp (10 and 15), fenbutatin oxide (40) and control; in 1994 pyridaben 20 ec and 75 wp (10 and 20), fenbutatin oxide (40), cyhexatin (25) and control. evaluations were conducted up to 21 days after spraying. adults and larvae of pentilia egena muls. and coccidophilus citricola bréthes, adults of cycloneda sanguinea l., azya sp. and calloeneis sp. and larvae ofchrysopids were counted on the canopy of the tree. euseius sp. and iphiseiodes zuluagai denmark & muma were counted on 10 leaves from the canopy. the products were classified as: harmless (< 25% of mortality); slightly harmful (25 to 50%); moderately harmful (51 to 75%), and harmful (> 75%). all products were harmless to adults of p. egena; fenbutatin caused < 25% of mortality, pyridaben killed 25 to 50% and cyhexatin 51 to 75% of p. egena larvae. pyridaben 20 ec and 75 wp were slightly and moderately harmful, cyhexatin caused >75% of mortality and fenbutatin was harmless to adults of c. citricola. concerning c. citricola, fenbutatin killed 25 to 50% of the larvae, pyridaben 20 ec and 75 wp caused 51 to 75% mortality while cyhexatin caused > 75% mortality. all treatments killed more than 75% of the phytoseiids up to 21 days except fenbutatin oxide which was harmful up to 14 days.
ESTUDO DA PAPILOMATOSE CUT NEA EM BOVINOS LEITEIROS: COMPARA O DE DIFERENTES TRATAMENTOS
Ana Paula Iglesias Santin,Luiz Augusto Batista Brito
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2006,
Abstract: Avalia o dos tratamentos empregados no controle da papilomatose cutanea bovina em rebanhos leiteiros, utilizando-se 120 animais, de diferentes propriedades, próximas ao município de Goiania, Goiás. Os animais foram divididos em seis grupos de 20 bovinos, e cinco grupos deles submetidos a diferentes tratamentos, com um grupo controle, portanto. Utilizaram-se como tratamentos a auto-hemoterapia, o clorobutanol, a diaminazina, o levamisole e a autovacina, e todos os grupos foram tratados com um intervalo de sete dias entre as aplica es, consecutivamente, durante quatro semanas. Procedeu-se à avalia o pela análise de variancia, pelo teste Qui-quadrado e de Fisher.Os tratamentos n o apresentaram diferen a significativa quando usados em papilomas do tipo pedunculado; já oclorobutanol e a diaminazina foram os mais eficazes no tratamento de animais com papilomas do tipo plano. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Bovino, papilomatose, papilomavírus, tratamento.
Oclus?o percutanea do canal arterial > 3 mm com auxílio do biótomo
Arnoni, Daniel Guilherme;Pe?a, Justo José Santiago;Fontes, Valmir Fernandes;Braga, Sérgio Luiz Navarro;Esteves, César Augusto;Ferreira, Waldinai Pereira;Pedra, Simone Rolim Fernandes Fontes;Santana, Maria Virgínia Tavares;Santin, Julio César;Silva, Jean Marcelo Ferreira da;O'Connor, Roberto;Pedra, Carlos Augusto Cardoso;
Revista Brasileira de Cardiologia Invasiva , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-83972007000200008
Abstract: percutaneous occlusion of the small patent ductus arteriosus (pda) with gianturco coils is considered the first-line therapeutic option in most centers around the world. however, the use of coils to close ducti larger than 3 mm is associated with higher failure and complication rates. in this paper we report the outcomes of percutaneous occlusion of these larger pdas employing the bioptome assisted anterograde technique mainly using 0.052" coils. from 9/2002 to 8/2006, 14 patients (2 male; median age 8 years and weight 23.6 kg) underwent the procedure. thirteen patients had type a pdas and one had a type c. minimal diameter varied from 3.1 to 5.2 mm (mean = 3.8 ± 0.6 mm). successful implantation was achieved in 13 cases. of these, 2 required additional coils in the same procedure due to significant leaks. five had immediate total occlusion and 8 left the catheterization laboratory with discrete, diffuse, low-velocity residual leaks. there were no complications related to the catheterization procedures. on follow-up, total occlusion was observed in 12 of the 13 patients at echocardiography and none had flow disturbances of the aorta or of the left pulmonary artery. a single patient required a re-occlusion procedure with implantation of an additional coil. percutaneous occlusion of pdas larger than 3 mm using the bioptome assisted anterograde technique mainly with 0.052" coils is feasible, easy to perform, cost effective, safe and efficacious.
Epoxida??o "in situ" aplicada ao látex de borracha natural
Santin, Cristiane K.;Pinto, Gisele de C.;Jacobi, Marly Maldaner;
Polímeros , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-14282012005000028
Abstract: natural rubber latex was submitted to epoxidation reaction to establish the best reaction conditions without the occurrence of side reactions, which promote coagulation of the latex and development of an agglomerate of rubber. epoxy groups were produced by in situ epoxidation with formic acid and hydrogen peroxide. the samples were characterized qualitatively by fourier transform infrared (ftir) analysis and the degree of modification determined by hydrogen nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1h-nmr) analysis. a linear increase in the glass transition temperature (tg) was observed. the results show that the epoxidation of natural rubber latex is possible and depends on the reaction conditions.
O papel da equipe multidisciplinar no manejo do paciente bipolar
Machado-Vieira, Rodrigo;Santin, Aida;Soares, Jair C;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462004000700012
Abstract: bipolar disorder is a chronic and recurrent disorder, and many factors have been associated with its course and prognosis. dysfunction in social, professional or family life has been correlated with poor outcomes and increased risk of relapse and recurrence, especially when the patient does not adhere to the treatment regimen. within the last decade, new treatments, intended to promote better adherence and minimize the risk of morbidity or hospitalization, have been tested. the multidisciplinary team approach attempts to educate patients and their families about such factors. herein, we evaluate the therapeutic efficacy of this approach in applying the various psychosocial interventions employed in the treatment of bipolar disorder. the objective of this approach is early identification of prodromal symptoms in order to prevent hospitalization and behavioral dysfunction.
Intracellular distribution of Tankyrases as detected by multicolor immunofluorescence techniques
M.G. Bottone,G. Santin,C. Soldani,P. Veneroni
European Journal of Histochemistry , 2012, DOI: 10.4081/ejh.2012.e4
Abstract: Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerases are a family of enzymes that catalyze the conversion of NAD+ into ADP-ribose. Among them, Tankyrases have been found to bind to centrosome, mitotic spindle and microsome proteins, in the cytoplasm, and to telomeres in the nucleus, where they play a relevant role in telomere metabolism. However, their precise intracellular localization during interphase has not been so far fully elucidated. We investigated this aspect in situ by double immunofluorescence experiments using antibodies recognizing Tankyrases 1-2 or other proteins residing in specific organelles (Golgi apparatus, mitochondria, lysosomes, endoplasmic reticulum). We used HeLa cells as a model system in vitro, before and after treatment with either actinomycin D or etoposide, to also investigate the possible relocation of Tankyrases during apoptosis. We observed that Tankyrases are distributed both in the nucleus and in the cytoplasm; in this latter compartment, they were found to colocate with the Golgi apparatus but never with the mitochondria; a pool of Tankyrases also colocates with the endoplasmic reticulum and lysosomes. Interestingly, in cells with clear signs of apoptosis, Tankyrases were detectable in the cytoplasmic blebs: this suggests that they are not massively cleaved during apoptosis and persist in the largely heterogeneous apoptotic remnants which are known to contain components of cytoplasmic and nuclear origin.
Diferentes níveis de ácido fólico e nicotínico em dietas para frangos de corte
Santin, Elizabeth;Ahrens, Norberto Luiz;Zanella, Irineo;Costa, Paulo Tabajara Chaves;Maiorka, Alex;Magon, Leandro;
Ciência Rural , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782000000400021
Abstract: the objective of lhe experiment was to evaluate the performance of broiler chickens in different leveis of acid folie an? nicotinic. a total number of 400 one-day-old male chicks, of hubbard une were used in a design completely randomized factorial 2x2, with two vitamins (folie and nicotinic acid) and two leveis (high and tow), being each experimental unit composed 0/20 birds. the vitamins leveis used are average leveis used by the most important raising poultry industry in the southem of brazil. the vitamins used were defined in two leveis, low (80% of médium levei) and high (120% of médium levei). the fed diets were formulated to be isonutritives, changing onty the studied vitamins. at the end ofthe period, the foüawing parameters were evaluated: feed intake, body weight gain, feed conversion, productive efficiency índex, liver weight, abdominal fat weight. and carcass yield. no statistical diferences were found in the parameters observed. the results found at the end of the experiment suggested that low leveis could be used, without performance damages.
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