Leonardo M. Santos

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Anopheles darlingi is the most important malaria vector in Central and South America. After a dramatic reduction of malaria cases in the whole Brazilian territory, with the lowest abundance being attained by 1970, the disease resurged in the Amazon region, where it is now a great public health concern. Consequently, better knowledge about vector species(More)
We compared the diversity and species composition and the structure of the vegetation of three distinct Cerrado phytophysiognomies (Cerradão, Dense Cerrado, and Typical Cerrado) in the Cerrado–Amazon transition, Mato Grosso (Brazil). Species richness (observed and estimated) in the Cerradão and Dense Cerrado was higher than that recorded in the Typical(More)
Ubiquitous healthcare environments introduce technological facilities that give users new possibilities of access and interaction, as for example, the access to patients' information by using a portable device. These environments need to offer support for the professionals' mobility, since mobility is an inherent characteristic of physicians' job. In(More)
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