Heloisa Maria de Siqueira Bueno

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This work characterizes the effects of ambient levels of urban particulate matter (PM(2.5)) from the city of Sao Paulo on spermatogenesis using mice exposed during the embryo-fetal and/or postnatal phases of development. Parental generations (BALB/c mice) were exposed to air pollution in chambers with or without filtering PM(2.5) for 4 months. Animals were(More)
The use of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells (MSCs) aiming to treat cancer has shown very contradictory results. In an attempt to clarify the contradictory results reported in the literature and the possible role of human fallopian tube Mesenchymal Stromal Cells (htMSCs) against breast cancer, the aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical effect of htMSCs in(More)
Chicken eggs were inoculated with suspensions of ambient air particles (<or=10 microm, PM10) from Sao Paulo city in 3, 0.3 or 0.03 microg doses on one of the four early days of embryo development. On the eleventh day of development alterations were observed on embryos inoculated with PM10 3 microg on the third day. Particles analysis showed high content of(More)
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