Gustavo de Campos Molina

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CONTEXT Among the genomic loci harboring potential candidate genes for prostatic cancer (PCa) is the 2q31-33 chromosomal region that harbors the gene encoding phosphodiesterase 11A (PDE11A). In addition, the combined cancer genome expression metaanalysis datasets included PDE11A among the top 1% down-regulated genes in PCa. OBJECTIVE In the present study,(More)
Alternative splicing (AS) is a central mechanism in the generation of genomic complexity and is a major contributor to transcriptome and proteome diversity. Alterations of the splicing process can lead to deregulation of crucial cellular processes and have been associated with a large spectrum of human diseases. Cancer-associated transcripts are potential(More)
Gisele G. Rezze1, Alexandre Leon1,2, Débora C. Silva1, Rogério I. Neves3, Gustavo C. Molina2, Dirce M. Carraro2, Gilles Landman4 and João P. Duprat1 1Cutaneous Oncology Department, 2Molecular Biology Laboratory, 4Anatomy Pathology Department, Hospital AC Camargo, Prof. Antonio Prudente, 211 CEP: 01509-900 São Paulo, SP, Brazil, and 3Department of Surgery,(More)
A practical course was given to undergraduate biology students enrolled in the elective course "Introduction to Genetic Engineering" at the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), São Paulo, Brazil. The goal of the course was to teach current molecular biology tools applied to a real research situation that could be reported by the students themselves.(More)
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