Elaine Cruz Rosas

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Mycobacteria as intracellular pathogens have evolved mechanisms to survive within macrophages. Our previous data showed that M. leprae (ML), unlike M. bovis BCG, did not induce an inflammatory(More)
Copaiba oil is an oleoresin obtained from the Copaifera L. genus (Leguminoseae) commonly featured in anti-inflammatory recipe prescribed by Amazonian traditional medical practitioners and featured in(More)
Methyl gallate (MG) is a prevalent phenolic acid in the plant kingdom, and its presence in herbal medicines might be related to its remarkable biological effects, such as its antioxidant, antitumor,(More)