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ABSTRACTA IB (2) - 1999


P120-99 Lysine degradation through the saccharopine pathway in mammals. Molecular and enzymatic evidences for the involvement of both bifunctional and monofunctional lysine-degrading enzymes in mouse

Papes F, Kemper EL, Neto GC, Arruda P*

Biochemical Journal 344: 555-563, 1999. IF= 3.579

P121-99 The role of Opaque-2 in the control of Lysine-Degrading activities in developing maize endosperm

Kemper EL, Neto GC, Papes F, Moraes KCM, Leite A, Arruda P*

Plant Cell 11: 1981-1994, 1999. IF= 9.709

P122-99 Two genes control aluminum tolerance in maize: genetic and molecular mapping analyses

Sibov ST, Souza AP*, Ottoboni LMM, Junior CLS, Arruda P*

Genome 42: 475-482, 1999. IF= 1.876

P123-99 The molecular and functional characterization of na opaque-2 homologue gene from Coix and a new classification of plant bZIP proteins

Vettore AL, Arruda P*, Leite A, Silva MJ, Yunes JA

Plant Molecular Biology 36: 249-256, 1999. IF= 2.852

P124-99 Oxygen consumption by Metarhizium anisopliae during germination and growth on different carbon sources

Braga GUL, Destefano RHR, Messias CL*

Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 74: 112-119, 1999. IF= 1.069

125-99 Random amplified polymorphic DNA of screwron by populations (Diptera: Calliphoridae) from Southeastern Brazil and Northern Argentina

Azeredo-Espin AM*

Genome 42: 772-779, 1999. IF= 1.876

P126-99 Plasticity of Drosophila melanogaster wing morphology: effects of se, temperature and density

Klaczko LB*

Genetica 105: 203-210, 1999. IF= 0.949

P127-99 Size and shape heritability in natural populations of Drosophila mediopunctata temporal and microgeographical variation

Klaczko LB*

Genetica 105: 35-42, 1999. IF= 0.949

P-128-99 Anti-inflammatory and Antinociceptive Effects of the Essential Oil of Croton cajucara Benth

Bighetti EJB, Hiruma-Lima CA, Souza Brito ARM*

The analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of the essential oil (EO) from C. cajucara barks administered orally were determined in several standard rodent models of pain and inflammation. Pre-treatment with EO significantly decreased the latency of sleeping time evoked by pentobarbital and increased the sleeping time induced by pentobarbital. The highest doses of the EO produced a significant inhibition of acetic acid-induced abdominal writhing in mice and raised the pain thresholds of mice in the hot-plate test when significantly increased the latency at all observation times. At the lowest dose, the EO exerted anti-inflammatory effects in animal models of acute as well as chronic inflammation. EO produced a significant inhibition of carrageenan-induced oedema in a dose-dependent manner and also inhibited chronic inflammation (cotton pellet granuloma) by 38 %. However, the EO did not inhibit neutrophils migration into the peritoneal cavity. The data showed that the EO from C. cajucara contains compounds that showed a significant antinociceptive effect when the EO was administered at the highest dose. This effect seems to be related to interaction with the opioid system. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 51:1447-1453, 1999. IF= 0.771

P129-99 Tamponamento das lesões renais transfixantes com colágeno tipo I

Mantovani M,* Vidal BC*, Concon Filho A

Type I collagen manufactured at UNICAMP was used to tamponate transfixing renal lesions. A complete tamponade way was achieved and urinary loss was prevented. 36 mongrel dogs received a perforating transfixing lesion in the distal region of the kidney, similar to that caused by a firearm bullet. Into the wounded tunnel type I collagen was introduced and evaluations were made 4, 7, 15, 30 and 60 days after the intervention. A homogeneous scar formation with early, organized renal regeneration was evident from the 7th day onward. The use of type I collagen is thus an affective and safe method to be used in this type of renal wound. Acta Cirurgica Brasileira (serial online) 14(4), 1999
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