Scientific Program
XL Annual Meeting of The Brazilian of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Society (SBBq)
30.04.2011 to 3.05.2011 - Rafain Palace Hotel and Convention Center, Paraná, Foz do Iguacu
Scientific Program - Preliminar
Cerimônia de Abertura April 30th, 2011 17h30 to 17h45 - Expocenter IV
Conferencia 1 - 18h00 to 19h00 -
Two moments  in the  research life of a pharmacologist
SERGIO H. FERREIRA, Faculdade Medicina da USP de Ribeirão Preto (FMRP-USP
May 1st, 2011 - 08:30 - 10:30 am
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Symposium Nº 1
Chair: Vanderlan da Silva Bolzani, IQ-UNESP  

Metabolomic as a Powerful Tool for Molecular Biology 

Encrypted peptides and a novel approach to bioactivity screening
Carlos Bloch Jr, Cenargen 

Metabolomics, Footprint Profiling And System Biology As Strategies For Bioprospecting The Chemistry Of Arthropods
Mario Sergio Palma, IB-UNESP 

NMR as a Tool for the Studies of Nematode Chemical Ecology
Arthur Edison, University of Florida - College of Medicine, USA
Symposium Nº 2
Chair: Elis Cristina Araujo Eleutherio, IQ-UFRJ  

Yeast as a Model for Ageing Research  

Lesson's from yeast: novel insights into the molecular basis of Parkinson's disease
Thiago Outeiro, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal 

Oxidative stress and the biology of ageing
Elis Cristina Araujo Eleutherio, Instituto de Química (IQ-UFRJ) 

Calorie restriction and antioxidants extend Saccharomyces cerevisiae lifespan
Telma Elita Bertolin, Universidade de Passo Fundo 
Symposium Nº 3
Chair: Jorge A. Guimarães, UFRGS and President of Capes 

Symposium on Education

Giuseppe Pellegrini
Observa Science in Society, Italy 

Justin Dillon
President of European Science Education Research Association, Kings College of London, UK 

Nelio Bizzo
Faculdade de Educação da USP, Brasil.
Symposium Nº 4
Chair: Mario Alberto Cardoso da Silva-Neto, IBqM-UFRJ  

Protein Tyrosine phosphatases: Promising Targets for the Treatment of Human Diseases 

Targeting Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases for Therapeutic Development
Zhong-Yin Zhang, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA 

Participation of protein tyrosine phosphatase- (ptp) in nitric oxide-mediated signaling events
Hugo P. Monteiro, UNIFESP 

Mosquito Tyrosine Phosphatome: Functional Studies
Mario Alberto Cardoso da Silva-Neto, IBqM-UFRJ 

Contribution of the Low Molecular Weight Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase on
Human Cancer Resistance Maintenance
Carmem Verissima Ferreira, IB-UNICAMP
Symposium N 5

SBBq-Conesul Symposium – Student Platform Session 

Alternative Pathways for Glutathione Reduction and Deglutathionylation in Platyhelminth Parasites
Mariana Bonilla, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay 

Analysis of Three Methods Employed to Measure Nitric Oxide and Its Metabolites Levels Using a Chemical NO-Donnor System.
Carolina Panis, UEL, Londrina, PR, Brasil 

Cytochrome c Peroxidase Activity of Trypanosoma cruzi Ascorbate Peroxidase
Martín Hugo, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay 

Iron-Superoxide Dismutases of Trypanosomatids and its Interactions with Biological Relevant Oxidants
Alejandra Martínez, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay
May 1st, 2011 - 11:00 às 12:00 am
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Conference 2
Chair: Fábio L.Forti, IQ-USP

Receptor Tyrosine Kinase (RTK) signaling axes, Ras-oncoproteins and  cell cycle control 
Hugo Aguirre Armelin, Instituto Butantan
Conference 3
Chair: Miguel Ortega, UFMB 

Spaces and Time in the Nucleus: Replication Timing Reflects Stable Alterations in 3D Chromosome Organization During Development and Disease
David M. Gilbert, Florida State University, USA
onference 4
Chair: Fabio O. Pedrosa, UFPR

Evolution of Metabolic and Signaling Pathways: A Genomic View
Michael Y. Galperin, National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, USA
Conference 5
Chair: Débora Foguel, ICB-UFRJ   

Structural biology and medicinal chemistry in neglected diseases of poverty

Glaucius Oliva
Instituto de Física de São Carlos (IFSC-USP) 
Conference 6
Chair: Octávio L. Franco, UCB 

Systems Biology of Host Pathogen interactions 
Robert Ernest William Hancock, University of British Columbia, Dep of Microbiology and Immunology, Canada
May 1st, 2011 - 2:00 to 4:00 pm
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Symposium N 6
Chair: Gilberto B. Domont, IQ-UFRJ 

IX Simposium on Proteomics  

The proteome buccaneers: how to unearth your treasure chest via combinatorial peptide ligand libraries (CPLL)
Píer Giorgio Righetti
Universitá Degli Studi di Verona, Italy

Shotgun Lipidomics: Complex lipidomes from simple methodology
Julio Sampaio

Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany 

Revealing unknown proteomes and post-translational modifications - the computational approach
Nuno Bandeira, Center for Computational Mass Spectrometry,  University of California, San Diego 

Exploring iTRAQ and 2D-gel-based proteome to investigate glioma andGBM derived cell lines
Jose Cesar Rosa, FMRP-USP
Symposium Nº 7
Chair: Hugo Verli, FF-UFRGS  

The Role of Carbohydrate Structure on Biological Function

The sweet fungal cell wall: structural and functional studies on its glycoconjugates
Eliana Barreto-Bergter, (IMPG-UFRJ) 

Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycans are related to the Cellular Translocation of Toxins belonging to the Family of Cell Penetrating Peptides
Ivarne Luis Dos Santos Tersariol (UMC) 

Structural, dynamical and functional characterization of glycoproteins through computational techniques
Hugo Verli (FF-UFRGS)
Symposium Nº 8
Chair: Nadja Cristhina De Souza Pinto Lardner, IQ-USP 

Rede Nacional de Biotérios

National Network Animal Facility: Challenge and Hope
Valderez B.Valero-Lapchik, UNIFESP, Presidente da Sociedade Brasileira de Ciência em Animais de Laboratório 

Lei Arouca, CONCEA e Comissões de Ética com animais: situação atual e perspectivas futuras
Marcelo M. Morales, UFRJ, representante do CONCEA 

Ética em uso de animais e organização/manutenção de biotérios: como os dois aspectos devem interagir?
Nadja C. de Souza Pinto, IQ-USP, presidente da CEUA IQ-USP
Symposium Nº 9
Chair: Carlos H.I. Ramos, IQ-UNICAMP 

Protein Homeostasis and Molecular Chaperones

Mechanisms coordinating protein synthesis and folding
Jose M. Barral, The University of Texas Medical Branch, USA 

Sirtuins, conecting molecular chaperones and diseases
Maria Isabel Nogueira Cano (IB-UNESP) 

Molecular chaperones and protein folding
Carlos Henrique Inacio Ramos (IQ-UNICAMP)
Symposium Nº 10
Chair:  Deborah Schechtman, IQ-USP

SBBq-Conesul Symposium – Student Platform

 High Expression of Cofilin Predicts Unfavorable Outcome in Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients
Carolina B. Müller, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil 

TGF-beta-1 controls the homeostasis  between MMPs and MMPs inhibitors by MAPK in Human Breast Cancer Cells
Luciana R. Gomes, IQ-USP, São Paulo, Brasil 

Copper-Dopamine Complex Induces Mitochondrial Autophagy Preceding Caspase-Independent Apoptotic Cell Death
Irmgard Paris Pizarro, UCHILE, Santiago, Chile 

Enzyme GST m2-2 Prevents Aminochrome-Induced Cell Death in Astrocytes.
Sandro Gonzalo, UCHILE, Santiago, Chile 

Assessment of Memory and BDNF Levels in an Animal Model of Early and Late Stages of Bipolar Disorder
Gabriel Rodrigo Fries, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil
May 2nd, 2011 - 8:30 to 10:30 am
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Symposium Nº 11
Chair: Fábio Siviero, ICB-USP    

Post Genomic Challenges

Protein variation in blood-dwelling schistosome worms generated by differential splicing of micro-exon gene transcripts
Ricardo De Marco, IFSC-USP 

Systems and evolutionary properties of natural tolerance to chemical stress in yeast
Thiago Motta Venâncio, UENF-CBB

Antarctic and other ambients metagenomes
Alexandre Soares Rosado, IMPG-UFRJ
Symposium Nº 12
Chair: Helena B. Nader, UNIFESP-EPM  

Structure-activity relationship of heparan sulfate, heparin and heparinomimetics

Comparable Stabilisation, Structural Changes and Activities of FGF are Induced by a Variety of Heparan Sulfate and non-Glycosaminoglycan Analogues.
Timothy Rudd
, University of Liverpool, UK 

Heparin induces rat aorta relaxation via integrin-dependent activation of muscarinic M3 receptors: Chemical reduction of heparin carboxyl groups abolishes vasodilatory activity
Edgar Paredes-Gamero, Unifesp 

Structure-activity of marine glycosaminoglycans.
Mauro S.G. Pavão, UFRJ 

Structure-activity of sulfated polysaccharides from tropical seaweeds
Hugo A.O. Rocha, UFRN 
Symposium Nº 13
Chair: Eloi De Souza Garcia, FIOCRUZ-IOC  

Insect Biochemistry and Immunology

Bioengineering Insect Natural Products as Potential Medicines
Norman Arthur Ratcliffe, Swansea University, School of the Environment & Society, UK  

Molecular Physiology of Bug Digestion
Walter Ribeiro Terra, IQ-USP 

Egg Development in Rhodinius prolixus: A Biochemical Perspective
Hatisaburo Masuda, IBqM-UFRJ
Symposium Nº 14
Chair: Fabio Ceneviva Lacerda De Almeida, ICB-UFRJ  

The structure of Excited States of Proteins - Biological Implications 

NMR Studies of Transiently Populated Protein Folding Intermediates: From Detection to High-Resolution Structure
Dmitry M. Korzhnev, University of Connecticut Health Center, USA 

Thioredoxins Visit an Excited Conformational States during the Catalytic Turnover – Insights into the Thioredoxin Chaperon-Like Activity
Fabio Ceneviva Lacerda De Almeida, (ICB-UFRJ) 

Ca2+ binding modulates the dynamic coupling between the two cytoplasmic calcium-binding domains in the Na+/Ca2+ exchanger
Roberto Kopke Salinas, Florida State University, USA 

Dinâmica de Proteínas por EPR ou Fluorescência
Antonio José da Costa Filho (IFSC-USP)
Symposium N 15
Chair:  Emilio Luiz Streck, UNESC

SBBq-Conesul Symposium – Student Platform Session 

Towards a Genome-Wide Transcriptogramm: Eukaryotic Organisms
José Luiz Rybarczyk Filho, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil 

Isolation and Characterization a Novel Ultrashort Antibacterial Peptide from the Eggs of the Spider Phoneutria nigriventer (Ctenidae)
Ivan Lavander Candido Ferreira, Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brasil 

New Strategies for the Synthesis of CdTe Quantum Dots: Chemical and Microbial Synthesis of Highly Fluorescent Nanoparticles
José Manuel Pérez- Donoso, USACH, Santiago, Chile 

Caenorhabditis elegans as a Model to Study Selenocysteine Decoding
Lucía Otero Larre Borges, UDELAR, Uruguay 

Serotonin Modulates Skeletal Muscle and Liver Glycolysis
Wagner Santos Coelho, UFRJ-FF, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
May 2nd, 2011 - 11:00 to 12:00 am
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Conference 7
Chair: Maria Julia Manso Alves, IQ-USP 

Mitocondrial Respiration, Ca2+ Transport and Oxidative Stress: Fungi, Trypanosomes, Plants and Mammals
Anibal E. Vercesi, Faculdade de Ciências Médicas (FCM-UNICAMP)
Conference 8
Chair: Helena Bonciani Nader, UNIFESP-EPM 

Conformational degeneracy
restricts the effective information content of heparan sulfate. Implication on protein binding

Edwin Yates, University of Liverpool, UK
Conference 9
Chair: Marcos Henrique Ferreira Sorgine, UFRJ 

Hi- & Low-Tech approaches to control Plasmodium infection in Anopheles
George Dimopoulos, Johns Hopkins Baltmore School of Public Health, USA
Conference 10
Chair: Robson de Queiroz Monteiro. IBqM-UFRJ 

Signaling of the Tissue Factor Coagulation Pathway: From Biochemistry to in vivo Models
Wolfram Ruf, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, Dept. of Immunology and Microbial Science, USA
Conference 11
Chair: Maria Luiza Vilela Oliva, Unifesp/EPM 

Peptide substrate and inhibitor specificity of aspartic proteinases from the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum
Ben M. Dunn, University of Florida, USA
May 2nd, 2011 - 2:00 to 4:00 pm
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Symposium Nº 16
Chair: Roger Frigerio Castilho, FCM-UNICAMP 

Energy Metabolism and Redox Imbalance in Neuronal and Brain Tumor Cell Death Na+,K+-ATPase as a target for prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) in central nervous system: implications for neurological diseases
Carlos Fernando de Mello,

Mitochondrial dysfunction in experimental models for psychiatric disorders
Emilio Luiz Streck, UNESC 

Lipids, mitochondria and cell death: Implications in neuro-oncology
Alison Colquhoun, ICB-USP 
Symposium Nº 17
Chair: Antônia Elenir Amâncio Oliveira, UENF-CBB 

Proteins and Peptides with Potential Biotechnological Applications

Vicilins: plant defense proteins
Adriana Ferreira Uchoa, (UFRN) 

Plant defense Proteins: Potential to insect and phytopathogen control
Maria Fatima Grossi De Sa (EMBRAPA-Cenargen) 

Porifera: an attractive source of lectins
Elizeu Antunes Dos Santos (UFRN)
Symposium Nº 18
Chair: Marcos S. Buckeridge, IB-USP 

Biochemistry for 2nd Generation Biofuels  

Mechanisms of biosynthesis of cellulose, the mixed-linkage beta-D-glucan, and other (1–>4)-beta-D-glycans
Nicholas C. Carpita, Purdue University, USA 

Title is not available
Michael Hahn, The University of Georgia, USA

Title is not available
Marcos S. Buckeridge , Institute of Biosciences, University of são Paulo, Brazil 
Symposium Nº 19
Chair: Helena C.F. de Oliveira, IB-UNICAMP and Acting President of SBBq 

15th Prize for Young Scientists in Life Sciences

The Curry Spice Curcumin Selectively Inhibits Cancer Cells Growth In Vitro and in Pre-Clinical Model of Glioblastoma.
Alfeu Zanotto Filho, UFRGS-ICBS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil

Traffic of Leukocytes in the Central Nervous System is Associated with Cytokine and Chemokine Up-Regulation in a Model of Severe Sepsis Encephalopathy
Clarissa Martinelli Comim, UNESC, Crisciuma, SC, Brazil

An HD-Zip I Transcription Factor in the Environmental Control of Legume Root Developmental Plasticity
Federico Damián Ariel, Universidad Nacional Del Litoral, Argentina

Biochemical Mechanisms of Protein Tyrosine Oxidation in Membranes
Silvina Bartesaghi, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay

Insulin Signaling Increases Mitochondrial Metabolism by Promoting Mitochondrial Fusion
Valentina Parra, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile
Symposium Nº 20
Chair: Ivarne Luis Dos Santos Tersariol, UMC

SBBq-Conesul Symposium – Student Platform Session 

Structural Characterization of Metalloprotease Vibriolysin of Cholera Pathogen Vibrio cholerae
Asif Iqbal, IQ-USP, São Paulo, Brasil 

In vitro Evolution of b-glucosidase from Spodoptera frugiperda, Aiming at Second Generation Ethanol
Roberto Rozenberg, IQ-USP, SP, Brasil 

Comparison of Trypsins Obtained from Fishes of Rio de La Plata with Trypsins from Phylogenetically Distanct Fish Species
Andrea Marta PAVLISKO LASSAN, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay 

Molecular Docking Studies and Binding Mode Prediction of Novel T. Cruzi Triosephosphate Isomerase Inhibitors
Alicia Beatriz Merlino Mellognio, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay 

Stabilization of an Recombinant Endo-1,5-arabinase GH43 by Covalent Binding on Glyoxyl Supports
André Ricardo de Lima Damásio, FMRP-USP, Ribeirão Preto, Brasil
May 3rd, 2011 - 8:30 to 10:30 am
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Symposium Nº 21
Chair: Eduardo M. Reis, IQ-USP 

Exploring Transcriptomes at High-Resolution

Ribonomic Analysis of Trypanosoma cruzi cytoplasmic Gene Expression Regulation
Samuel Goldenberg, Fiocruz, ICC 

Unraveling the Transcriptome Complexity in Prokaryotes
Tie Koide, FMRP-USP 

Transcriptional Map of a Human Cancer Cell Line Using RNAseq
Eduardo Moraes Rego Reis, IQ-USP 

Combined Genome and Transcriptome Sequencing Reveals Distinct Patterns of Somatic Alterations between a Tumor and Lymphoblastoid Genome
Anamaria A. Camargo
Instituto Ludwig
Symposium Nº 22
Chair: Guilherme M. Arantes, IQ-USP 

Computational Biochemistry and Biophysics

Simulating biomolecules with implicit solvent models
David Case (Rutgers, EUA) 

Learning protein language before cracking the folding code: An investigation on the structural information encoded by atomicburials
Antonio F. Araujo (UnB) 

Ab Inito Protein Structure Prediction using All-Atom and Coarse Grained Models
Laurent Emmanuel Dardenne (LNCC) 

System Biology Modelling; From Genome to Molecular Dynamics
Paulo Mascarello Bisch (IBCCF-UFRJ)
Symposium Nº 23
Chair: Marcos Henrique Ferreira Sorgine, UFRJ 

Fisiologia e Imunologia de Insetos  

Development of Leishmania chagasi in its natural sand fly vector Lutzomyia longipalpis
Paulo Filemon P. Pimenta, CPqRR-FIOCRUZ 

Antiplasmodial responses of midgut epithelial cells: The Time Bomb Model Strikes Back
Carolina Barillas-Mury, NIAI, NIH, USA 

Aedes innate immunity to dengue virus infection 
George Dimopoulos, Johns Hopkins University, USA 

Vector competence of Aedes aegypti harbouring Wolbachia
Luciano Andrade Moreira
Symposium Nº 24Chair: Salvatore Giovanni De Simone, FIOCRUZ 

Protein-Protein Interaction: Approaches and Perspectives


Adhesive protein-protein interactions in Malaria

Bruna Oliveira e Carvalho (FIOCRUZ) 

Parkinson’s disease: evaluating the effects of possible anti-parkinsonian compounds on alpha-synuclein aggregation
Carolina A.C.A. Braga,

Biocidal Peptides in Pathogenic Fungi of Agricultural Relevance
Marco Dalla Riza (Inst Nacional Agropecuário-INIA-Uruguai) 

Architecture of a new mechanism of protein processing and cellular signaling pathway in Trypanosoma cruzi and other flagellates of medical importance
Salvatore G. De Simone, Fiocruz
Symposium N 25
Chair: Andreia Thompson da Poian, UFRJ

SBBq-Conesul Symposium – Student Platform Session

Identification of Ubiquitin Ligase FBXO25 Ligands Using an Integrated Proteomics Approach
Felipe Roberti Teixeiram, FMRP-USP, Ribeirão Preto, Brasil 

Molecular and Functional Characterization of a PA28g Proteasome Activator Orthologue in Schistosoma mansoni
Cláudia Sossai Soares, FMRP-USP, Ribeirão Preto, Brasil 

Helicobacter pylori Induced Urvivin Degradation by Proteasome Pathway
Denisse Bravo Rodríguez, UCHILE, Santiago, Chile 

Mycobacterium tuberculosis Tyrosine Phosphatase A (PtpA) Activity is Modulated by Cys53 S-nitrosylation
Gabriela Ecco, UFSC, Florianópolis, Brasil 

The Subcellular Localization of Phosphatidylinositol-Related Kinases TOR1 and TOR 2 (Target of  Rapamycin 1 and 2) in Distinct Compartments in Reservosomes Indicates a Lysosome-Likefunction in the Parasite Trypanosoma cruzi
Priscila de Oliveira, UNIFESP, São Paulo, Brasil
May 3rd, 2011 - 11:00 to 12:00 am
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
Conference 12
Chair: Anibal E. Vercesi (Unicamp)    

Role of transhydrogenase in the maintenance of mitochondrial NADPH and thiol redox homeostasis

Jan Rydstrom
Univ. of Gothenburg, Sweden
Conference 13
Chair: Guilherme M. Arantes, IQ-USP  

Sharing the Energy Landscape for Folding and Function: From Small Proteins to Large Biomolecular Machines
José N. Onuchic, University of California at San Diego, USA
Conference 14
Chair: Georgia Correa Atella, ICB-UFRJ 

The Adipokinetic Hormone Signalling System in Arthropods and Evolutionary Related Systems in Nematodes
and Vertebrates

Gerd Gaede, University of Cape Town, Zoology, South Africa
Conference 15 -
Chair: Maria Luiza Vilela Oliva, Unifesp/EPM  

Crystallographic Investigations of Two Vacuolar Plasmepsins from Plasmodium falciparum, Novel Targets for Designing Drugs against Malaria
Alexander Wlodawer, Protein Structure Section, NCI, INC Institute at Frederick, USA
Conference 16
Chair: Helena B. Nader, UNIFESP  

Biochemical basis of memory persistence
Ivan Antonio Izquierdo, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUC)  
May 3rd, 2011 - 2:00 to 4:00 pm
Expocenter IV A Expocenter IV B Expocenter IV D Iguaçu I Iguaçu II
SymposiumNº 26
Chair: Cezar Mendes de Assis, Instituto Adolfo Lutz  

Molecular Bases of Cellular Structures of Pathogenic Fungi and Their Contribution for Virulence 

Mitochondrial Proteins of Candida species as drug Targets
Richard A. Calderone, Georgetown University Medical Center, USA 

Immunobiological Activity of Fungal Extracellular Vesicles
Leonardo Nimrichter,

Phonotypic Analysis of Genes Whose Expression is Dependent on Calcineurin and Their Incluence in Aspergillus fumigatus Virulence and Pathogenesis
Iran Malavazi, (UFSCAR 
Symposium Nº 27
Chair: Luis Mauricio Trambaioli da Rocha e Lima, FF-UFRJ 

Behind and Beyond Biopharmaceuticals  

How similar are the generic versions of enoxaparin available for clinical use in Brazil to the original drug?
Paulo Antonio De Souza Mourão (HUCFF-UFRJ) 

Pharmaceutical innovation in Brazil and Preclinical trials
João Antonio Pegas Henriques (IB-UFRGS) 

Structural Comparability of Biopharmaceuticals
Luis Mauricio Trambaioli da Rocha e Lima (FF-UFRJ) 

Frontiers in pharmaceutical biotechnology: zymogens as therapeuticals targets
Russolina Benedeta Zingali (IBqM-UFRJ)
Symposium Nº 28
Chair: Selma Jeronimo (UFRN) 

vances in Tropical Medicine after genomes sequencing  

Schistosoma mansoni: integration of genomic data and search for new therapeutic and diagnostic targets.
Guilherme Oliveira, CPqRR-Fiocruz 

A search for vaccine for leptospirosis
Marco Alberto Medeiros, Bio-FIOCRUZ 

Genetic polymorphism of Leishmania braziliensis and implication in clinical disease.
Albert Schriefer, UFBa

Genetics of the immune response in human Chagas disease
Juliana de Assis Silva Gomes Estanislau, UFMG

Symposium N 29
Chair:   Carlos H.I. Ramos, IQ-Unicamp

SBBq-Conesul Symposium – Student Platform Session 

VCA1008, an Important Virulence Factor of Vibrio cholerae El Tor, Is a New Cation-Selective Trimeric Porin
Carolina Lage Goulart, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 

A Component of the Xanthomonadaceae T4SS Combines a VirB7 Motif with a N0 Domain
Diorge Paulo de Souza, IQ-USP, São Paulo, Brasil 

Unraveling Key Features of the b-Galactoside Binding Protein Galectin-1 In Interplay with Ligand Binding and Dimerization Equilibria
Santiago Di Lella, FCEyN-UBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Whatever Happened to the Gamma-helix? An Investigation on Sequence-Independet Restrictions in Protein Folding Models
Leandro Cristante de Oliveira, UnB, Brasília, Brasil 

Structural Insights into Coagulation Cascade Modulation by Heparin
Laércio Pol Fachin, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil

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