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  • Jorge Chediek, Roberto Astorino, Rosa Maria Banuth, Ryan Nehring, Clarissa Guimarães, Rodrigues +25 others
  • 2013
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“Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus” (CaLas) is associated with citrus Huanglongbing (HLB, yellow shoot disease), which is highly destructive to world citrus production. Understanding the relationships of CaLas isolates from different geographical regions is important for HLB research and development of disease management strategies. In this study, 301 CaLas(More)
Machado Joseph Disease (MJD) is the most frequent autosomal dominantly inherited cerebellar ataxia caused by the over-repetition of a CAG trinucleotide in the ATXN3 gene. This expansion translates into a polyglutamine tract within the ataxin-3 protein that confers a toxic gain-of-function to the mutant protein ataxin-3, contributing to protein misfolding(More)
Spiny-footed lizards constitute a diverse but scarcely studied genus. Microsatellite markers would help increasing the knowledge about species boundaries, patterns of genetic diversity and structure, and gene flow dynamics. We developed a set of 22 polymorphic microsatellite loci for cross-species amplification in three taxa belonging to the Acanthodactylus(More)
  • Veras Fábio, Soares, Ryan Nehring, Rovane Battaglin, Schwengber, Clarissa Guimarães +32 others
  • 2014
le Programme d'achats alimentaires (PAA) et le Programme national d'alimentation scolaire (PNAE) Andrea Galante (Consultante et coordinatrice de projet) Brasilia, Brésil – Octobre 2013 la Demande Structurée et L'Agriculture Familiale au Brésil : le Programme d'achats alimentaires (PAA) et le Programme national d'alimentation scolaire (PNAE) Le Centre(More)
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