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SUGEST O DE DESENVOLVIMENTO DE FORMULA ES DE XAMPU-SABONETE AUXILIARES NO TRATAMENTO DA DERMATITE SEBORRéICA
Gizelle Cristina Galan Lima,Larissa Comarella Comarella
Revista Uniandrade , 2012,
Abstract: A Dermatite Seborréica (DS) é uma inflama o cr nica dascamadas superiores da pele, podendo ser encontrada tanto em adultos quanto em lactantes, frequentemente associada ao aumento de sebo pela pele e a a o de fungos do gênero Malassezia. Por se tratar de uma inflama o cr nica, torna-se necessário a utiliza o de medicamentos para o controle da DS. Porém, quando na forma de cosméticos, estes devem ser suaves e pouco irritantes à pele afetada, com características multifuncionais e agradáveis ao consumidor que o utiliza, proporcionando uma higieniza ocompleta, agregada a qualidades cosmecêuticas adequadas à pele sensibilizada pela doen a. Este estudo prop s a elabora o de uma formula o de xampu-sabonete com fun es de limpeza capilar e medicamentosa, associadas ao tratamento da DS nas regi es facial e do colo, que s o frequentemente afetadas pela doen a. Para tal, foi realizada uma revis o sobre ativos antifúngicos,queratolíticos e fitoterápicos descritos em literatura como eficientes no tratamento da DS, assim como, dos principais componentes de uma formula o base de xampu-sabonete. A partir dos dados bibliográficos obtidos, foram propostas três formula es de xampu-sabonete: um veículo base com características hipoalergênicas, uma formula o fitoterápica e uma formula o contendo ciclopiroxolamina associado a ácido salicílico. Para mais informa es sobre o comportamento das formula es, foram realizados estudos de estabilidade durante um mês e, após os ensaios de controle de qualidade físico-químicos, observou-se estabilidade das formula es à temperatura ambiente, porém com varia es em características organolépticas e pH, quando armazenadas na estufa e geladeira.
REPRESENTA ES SOCIAIS DE ALUNAS DE PEDAGOGIA SOBRE O TRABALHO DOCENTE: ESTáGIO E EXPERIêNCIA
Rita de Cássia Pereira Lima,Maria Cristina da Silveira Galan Fernandes,Marlene Fagundes Carvalho Gon?alves
Nuances : Estudos sobre Educa??o , 2011,
Abstract: O objetivo do trabalho é investigar as representa es sociais de alunas de Pedagogia construídas sobre o trabalho docente durante o segundo ano do curso. A pesquisa busca relacionar teoricamente representa es sociais, saberes docentes e experiência. Foi realizada em uma Institui o de Ensino Superior privada do estado de S o Paulo, com 20 alunas. Solicitou-se uma reda o com o título: “Relate como o segundo ano do curso contribuiu para sua forma o como futura professora”. Os dados foram submetidos à análise de enuncia o, procedimento que se apóia na análise do processo discursivo, procurando captar o momento em que os sujeitos est o organizando suas idéias para expressá-las. Nesta etapa da forma o, as representa es sociais sobre o trabalho do professor refletem inúmeras dificuldades, afetivas e sociais, mas também a necessidade de criticar a realidade profissional visando mudan as. NestE contexto, o estágio aparece como possibilidade de relacionar teoria e prática, colocando em quest o a teoria.
Chemical composition of teas from two cultivated chemotypes of Egletes viscosa ("Macela-da-terra")
Vieira, Gizelle Angela B.;Lima, Mary Anne S.;Bezerra, Antonio Marcos E.;Silveira, Edilberto R.;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532006000100006
Abstract: phytochemical analysis of flower buds infusion from two cultivated chemotypes of egletes viscosa less was accomplished. the new diterpene 12-acetoxy-7-hydroxy-3,13(14)-clerodandien-18,19:15,16-diolide, ternatin, centipedic acid and 12-acetoxy-hawtriwaic lactone were isolated from the chemotype trans-pinocarveyl acetate. analysis of the chemotype cis-isopinocarveyl acetate yielded 12-acetoxy-7-hydroxy-3,13(14)-clerodandien-18,19:15,16 -diolide, 12-epi-bacchotricuneatin, ternatin and scopoletin. structural elucidation of the isolated compounds was established on the basis of spectral data through the use of 1d nmr and several 2d shift correlated nmr pulse sequences and comparison with literature data.
Chemical composition of teas from two cultivated chemotypes of Egletes viscosa ("Macela-da-terra")
Vieira Gizelle Angela B.,Lima Mary Anne S.,Bezerra Antonio Marcos E.,Silveira Edilberto R.
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2006,
Abstract: Phytochemical analysis of flower buds infusion from two cultivated chemotypes of Egletes viscosa Less was accomplished. The new diterpene 12-acetoxy-7-hydroxy-3,13(14)-clerodandien-18,19:15,16-diolide, ternatin, centipedic acid and 12-acetoxy-hawtriwaic lactone were isolated from the chemotype trans-pinocarveyl acetate. Analysis of the chemotype cis-isopinocarveyl acetate yielded 12-acetoxy-7-hydroxy-3,13(14)-clerodandien-18,19:15,16 -diolide, 12-epi-bacchotricuneatin, ternatin and scopoletin. Structural elucidation of the isolated compounds was established on the basis of spectral data through the use of 1D NMR and several 2D shift correlated NMR pulse sequences and comparison with literature data.
Conselho Escolar, participa o e qualidade da educa o no ambito da gest o democrática. School Council, Participation and Quality of education within the framework of Democratic management
Fernandes, Maria Cristina da Silveira Galan,Ramos, Géssica Priscila
Revista Eletr?nica de Educa??o , 2010,
Abstract: Este ensaio tem como objetivo apresentar algumas reflex es sobre a implementa o dos Conselhos Escolares no país, evidenciando as principais dificuldades ainda encontradas na consolida o desse espa o no interior das escolas. Foram tomados como referência autores que analisam a quest o da gest o democrática da escola e do Conselho Escolar, bem como a legisla o referente a tal temática. Inicialmente discute-se o princípio de gest o democrática da escola pública na legisla o, destacando-se seus limites e contradi es. Num segundo momento s o apresentados os avan os e retrocessos no processo político-educacional, abordando-se, particularmente, as contradi es existentes na implementa o dos Conselhos Escolares e na participa o da comunidade na escola. O ensaio é finalizado com a discuss o sobre as dificuldades práticas de participa o enfrentadas pelos conselheiros no cotidiano escolar e o questionamento da possibilidade real do Conselho Escolar colaborar para a amplia o da qualidade social da escola pública brasileira. Entende-se que os Conselhos Escolares podem vir a se constituir, de fato, em uma importante ferramenta da gest o escolar, fundamentada na perspectiva da democratiza o das rela es de poder no interior da escola, com a participa o concreta de toda a comunidade escolar.This essay aims to present some reflections on the implementation of School Councils in Brazil, highlighting the main difficulties still found in the consolidation of these Councils within the school itself. The reference authors of this essay were those who examine the question of democratic management of school and school Council, as well as the legislation on this issue. The essay initially discusses the principle of democratic management of Public Schools in legislation, highlighting its limits and contradictions. In a second moment, the progress and setbacks in the Political Educational Process are presented, addressing, particularly, the contradictions in the implementation of the School Councils and in community participation in school. In the conclusion, there is a discussion about the practical difficulties of participation faced by the counselors in everyday school life and the questioning of the real possibility of School Council collaborating for the extension of social quality of Brazilian public school. It is considered that the School Councils may actually prove to be an important tool for school management, based in the context of democratization of power relations within the school, with the concrete participation of all the school community.
CONDI ES DE TRABALHO E PRECARIZA O DO ENSINO MéDIO PúBLICO
TAVARAYAMA, Rodrigo,FERNANDES, Maria Cristina da Silveira Galan
Nucleus , 2010,
Abstract: The objective of this work conssited in analyze the profile of the geography and history teachers from the Public High School from two schools of the state of S o Paulo countryside, having astheorical-methodological referencial the critic-dialetic perspective, analyzing the working conditions from the teachers as its possible influences in the educational practices.O objetivo deste trabalho consistiu em analisar o perfil dos professores de geografia e história do Ensino Médio público de duas escolas do interior do estado de S o Paulo, tendo como referencial teóricometodológico a perspectiva crítico-dialética, analisando as condi es de trabalho dos professores e suas possíveis influências na prática de ensino.
Daily Plasmodium yoelii infective mosquito bites do not generate protection or suppress previous immunity against the liver stage
Tzvi Pollock, Ricardo Leitao, Cristina Galan-Rodriguez, Kurt A Wong, Ana Rodriguez
Malaria Journal , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-10-97
Abstract: Using Plasmodium yoelii 17XNL, the response generated in mice subjected to daily infective bites from normal or irradiated mosquitoes was compared. The effect of daily-infected mosquito bites on mice that were previously immunized against P. yoelii liver stage was also studied.It was observed that while the bites of normal infected mosquitoes do not generate strong antibody responses and protection, the bites of irradiated mosquitoes result in high levels of anti-sporozoite antibodies and protection against liver stage Plasmodium infection. Exposure to daily infected mosquito bites did not eliminate the protection acquired previously with a experimental liver stage vaccine.Liver stage immunity generated by irradiated versus normal P. yoelii infected mosquitoes is essentially different, probably because of the blood stage infection that follows normal mosquito bites, but not irradiated. While infective mosquito bites do not induce a protective liver stage response, they also do not interfere with previously acquired liver stage protective responses, even if they induce a complete blood stage infection. Considering that the recently generated anti-malaria vaccines induce only partial protection against infection, it is encouraging that, at least in mouse models, immunity is not negatively affected by subsequent exposure and infection with the parasite.Malaria is a widespread mosquito-borne infectious disease that kills almost one million persons per year, most of which are children. Growing scientific knowledge and the recent malaria research trend provide unparalleled opportunities to develop a malaria vaccine. Although the subunit vaccines are the most advanced in research pipelines and field clinical trials [1], an effective and focused effort prevails in order to develop an attenuated sporozoite-based vaccine [2,3], once the protective immunity produced by attenuated sporozoites is stronger and more unswerving than that induced by subunit vaccination [4]. Immuniza
Dual effect of Plasmodium-infected erythrocytes on dendritic cell maturation
Esther Bettiol, Daniel Carapau, Cristina Galan-Rodriguez, Carlos Oca?a-Morgner, Ana Rodriguez
Malaria Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-9-64
Abstract: Using Plasmodium yoelii, a rodent malaria model, the effect of Plasmodium-infected erythrocytes on DC maturation and TLR responses have been analysed.It was found that intact erythrocytes infected with P. yoelii do not induce maturation of DC unless they are lysed, suggesting that accessibility of parasite inflammatory molecules to their receptors is a key issue in the activation of DC by P. yoelii. This activation is independent of MyD88. It was also observed that pre-incubation of DC with intact P. yoelii-infected erythrocytes inhibits the maturation response of DC to other TLR stimuli. The inhibition of maturation of DC is reversible, parasite-specific and increases with the stage of parasite development, with complete inhibition induced by schizonts (mature infected erythrocytes). Plasmodium yoelii-infected erythrocytes induce a broad inhibitory effect rendering DC non-responsive to ligands for TLR2, TLR3, TLR4, TLR5, TLR7 and TLR9.Despite the presence of inflammatory molecules within Plasmodium-infected erythrocytes, which are probably responsible for DC maturation induced by lysates, intact Plasmodium-infected erythrocytes induce a general inhibition of TLR responsiveness in DC. The observed effect on DC could play an important role in the pathology and suboptimal immune response observed during the disease. These results help to explain why immune functions are altered during malaria, and provide a system for the identification of a parasite-derived broad inhibitor of TLR-mediated signaling pathways.Malaria is one of the most lethal infectious diseases worldwide. Acquired immunity to malaria is directed to the blood stage of the parasite and is slow to develop, taking more than five years to develop in individuals living in endemic areas [1]. A better understanding of innate and acquired immunity to Plasmodium parasites is required for the development of the development of effective anti-malaria strategies.Dendritic cells (DC) play a major role in host respon
Effect of 60?kHz and 150?kHz Femtosecond Lasers on Corneal Stromal Bed Surfaces: A Comparative Study
Cristina Monterosso,Alessandro Galan,Elisabetta B?hm,Alfonso Zampini,Mohit Parekh,Luigi Caretti
ISRN Ophthalmology , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/971451
Abstract: Purpose. To compare the effect of 60?kHz and 150?kHz femtosecond (FS) laser on the corneal stromal bed surfaces (SBS). Methods. Sixteen human donor corneal tissues unsuitable for transplantation were used. Anterior and posterior lamella was obtained using 60?kHz and 150?kHz FS laser. A standard depth of 400?μm was set for anterior lamellar keratoplasty (ALK) and endothelial lamellar keratoplasty (ELK). The quality and smoothness of the SBS post-FS laser dissection were graded for statistics. Results. No intraoperative complications were found. The side cuts were straight, and the SBS appeared smoother in cuts obtained using 150?kHz. The average values of the SBS quality of the anterior lamellar cut were found to be 2.25 (±0.28) for 60?kHz and 3.125 (±0.25) for 150?kHz ( ). Whereas, 2 (±0.4) for 60?kHz and 2.75 (±0.28) for 150?kHz ( ) was the quality observed in endothelial cuts. No significant difference was found between anterior and posterior cuts performed using the same FS laser (60?kHz or 150?kHz) ( ). Conclusions. The 60?kHz and 150?kHz FS lasers are equally effective in performing lamellar dissection for ALK and ELK. 150?kHz FS laser allows a tighter spot and layer separation which creates a slightly smoother SBS. 1. Introduction Corneal lamellar keratoplasty (LK) is a surgical technique that allows preserving healthy portions of the cornea while selectively replacing the dysfunctional layers. The outcome of LK has also shown improvements of the procedure by decreasing surgical risk, enhancing healing process and quick rehabilitation as compared to penetrating keratoplasty (PK) [1]. Since the last decade, the femtosecond (FS) laser technology has been developed to perform laser assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) refractive surgery. It reduced the complication rate due to LASIK flap creation, improved the predictability of flap dimensions, and improved the quality of the optical surface, compared to microkeratome surgery [2–8]. The reliability and safety have been evaluated using IntraLase FS (iFS, Abbott, Irvine, CA, USA) laser which have already been verified extensively for LASIK and more recently for endothelial lamellar keratoplasty (ELK) [9, 10]. The FS uses pulses to create corneal resection. The quality of the surfaces obtained is determined by programmable parameters like the laser spot and layer separation and the energy delivered per pulse. It was therefore evaluated that, with closer spots, the energy required for the cuts is less and with less energy surface gets smoother [2]. The early stage of this technology allowed the firing
Morphological Knowledge and Decoding Skills of Deaf Readers  [PDF]
M. Diane Clark, Gizelle Gilbert, Melissa L. Anderson
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2011.22018
Abstract: Many studies have reported the necessity of phonological awareness to become a skilled reader, citing barriers to phonological information as the cause for reading difficulties experienced by deaf individuals. In contrast, other research suggests that phonological awareness is not necessary for reading acquisition, citing the importance of higher levels of syntactic and semantic knowledge. To determine if deaf students with higher language skills have better word decoding strategies, students responded to a morphological test, where monomorphemic words and multimorphemic words were matched to their definitions. Two studies are reported, one focusing on English placement levels and a second with formal measures of both ASL and English language proficiency. Results in-dicated that performance on the morphological decoding test was related to language proficiency scores, but not to phonological awareness scores.
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