Elisa Silva Cândido

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The analysis of plant proteomes has drastically expanded in the last few years. Mass spectrometry technology, stains, software and progress in bioinformatics have made identification of proteins relatively easy. The assignment of proteins to particular organelles and the development of better algorithms to predict sub-cellular localization are examples of(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the relationship between selective nonresponse to a psychosocial questionnaire and mortality after acute myocardial infarction (AMI). STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING Two thousand six hundred and ninety AMI survivors after AMI hospitalization were recruited to complete a 30-day follow-up interview. Patients were classified into four groups(More)
BACKGROUND Available evidence has demonstrated survival benefits associated with multidisciplinary cardiovascular risk-reduction (CR) (ie, cardiac rehabilitation) programs. The degree to which program capacity meets eligible service demands in Ontario is unknown. We sought to estimate the supply-need care-gap associated with CR programs across regions(More)
BACKGROUND Studies suggest that colorectal cancer incidence increased disproportionately among the Aboriginal population of Ontario relative to the general population. Using an ecological approach, this study examined colorectal cancer incidence for the 1998-to-2009 period among Aboriginal people living in Ontario. DATA AND METHODS Based on their postal(More)
OBJECTIVE Identify patterns in cervical cancer incidence in Ontario according to neighborhood sociodemographic characteristics over time and by morphologic type. METHODS Incident cases of cervical cancer diagnosed from 1991 to 2009 were obtained from the Ontario Cancer Registry. Population data and data on neighborhood sociodemographic characteristics(More)
Eriosema hatschbachii, a new species of Leguminosae (Papilionoideae) from Minas Gerais, Brazil, is described and illustrated. The taxon is morphologically similar to E. floribundum Benth. and E. pycnanthum Benth. var. pycnanthum, but differs mainly in having many parallel secondary veins on the leaflets (similar to the venation seen on nearly all species of(More)
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