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 dia – 04/09/2017

PROTOZOOLOGIA – BIOLOGIA:

42 – Aline Rosa Trevizan, Lainy Leiny de Lima, Eleandro Aparecido Tronchini, Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira de Melo, Eduardo José Almeida Araújo and Débora De Mello Gonçales Sant’ana. Acute Toxoplasma gondii infection causes reduction of nitrergic neurons in the myenteric plexus of the duodenum in Wistar rats.

43 – Aline Rosa Trevizan, Elen Paula Leatte, Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira de Melo, Eduardo José Almeida Araújo and Débora De Mello Gonçales Sant’ana. Hypertrophy of submucosal neurons in the duodenum of Wistar rats submitted to acute infection by Toxoplasma gondii.

77 – Amanda Gubert Alves Dos Santos, Maiara Ritieli Santiago Roberti, Raissa Bocchi Pedroso, Andrea Claudia Bekner Silva Fernandes, Thaís Gomes Verzignassi Silveira, Debora De Mello Gonçales Sant Ana and Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira De Melo. Effects of the infection with different Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis isolates on hamsters ileal muscular layer.

78 – Amanda Gubert Alves Dos Santos, Maiara Ritieli Santiago Roberti, Raissa Bocchi Pedroso, Andrea Claudia Bekner Silva Fernandes, Thaís Gomes Verzignassi Silveira, Debora De Mello Gonçales Sant Ana and Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira De Melo. Alterations in the ileum of hamsters infected with Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensisduring 60 days.

95 – Emanuella Fajardo, Gloria Polanco, Maria Tays Mendes, André Luiz Pedrosa and Igor C Almeida. Differential protein expression in distinct Trypanosoma cruzi life-cycle stages.

101 – Rhuana Da Silva Amaral. Malnutrition associated to experimental giardisis: an impact on the permeability and intestinal morphology.

122 – Laura Beatriz Pereira, Lucila Langoni, Guilherme Roza, André Pedrosa and Emanuella Fajardo. Metacyclogenesis in vitro: do all Trypanosoma cruzi strains behave the same?

132 – Aline Moraes, Nadjar Nitz, Luísa Rodrigues, Luciana Hagström and Mariana Hecht. Dynamics of Trypanosoma cruzi kDNA integration into host genome.

147 – Fernanda Chaves de Oliveira, Rafaela José Da Silva, Mayara Ribeiro, Pâmela Mendonça Guirelli, Andressa Silva Castro, Angelica de Oliveira Gomes, Priscila Silva Franco, Iliana Claudia Balga Milian, Camilla Manzan-Martins, José Roberto Mineoc, Bellisa de Freitas Barbosa and Eloisa Amália Vieira Ferro. ERK1/2 phosphorylation and low levels of IL-6 induce high susceptibility to Toxoplasma gondii infection in human extravillous trophoblast cells (HTR-8/SVneo line).

167 – Fernanda F. Ramos, Dulcilene M. Oliveira, Lourena E. Costa, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia T. Alves, Thaís T.O. Santos, Mariana P. Lima, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P. Lage, Miguel A. Chávez- Fumagalli, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Daniele L. Vale, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Daniel Mezenzes- Souza, Mariana C. Duarte and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. Parasitological and immunological evaluations in the development of visceral leishmaniasis when different infective Leishmania infantum inoculums are used in BALB/c mice.

175 – Graziella Martins, Adriana Fontes, Job Inácio, Elmo Eduardo Amaral, Odivaldo Cambraia, Sônia Louro, Eliane Wajnberg, Suzete Oliveira Gomes and Denise Feder. Trypanosoma cruzi’ ROS induction by CdTe nanoparticles.

186 – Ana Carolina Alcântara Pereira, Rafaela José Da Silva, Priscila Silva Franco, Mayara Ribeiro, Angelica de Oliveira Gomes, Eliézer Lucas Pires Ramos, José Roberto Mineo, Tiago Wilson Patriarca Mineo, Eloisa Amalia Vieira Ferro and Bellisa de Freitas Barbosa. The susceptibility to infection by Toxoplasma gondii ME49 and RH strains is dependent on cyclooxygenase-2 in brain and peritoneal macrophages of Calomys callosus rodents.

188 – Lucila Langoni Naves, Marcos Vinicius Silva, Virmondes Rodrigues Junior, Eliane Lages-Silva, Luis Eduardo Ramírez Giraldo, Emanuella Francisco Fajardo and André Luiz Pedrosa.  Investigation of the DNA content of Trypanosoma cruzi and Trypanosoma rangeli.

190 – Camila Gonçalves, Andrea Ávila, Wanderley de Souza, Maria Cristina Motta and Danielle Cavalcanti. An ultrastructural study of Trypanosoma cruzi developmental stages during metacyclogenesis.

192 – Thais Dos Reis Freitas, Suellen Laís Vicentino-Vieira, Amanda Gubert Alves Dos Santos, Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira de Melo, Marcelo Biondaro Góis and Debora De Mello Gonçales Sant’ana. Alterations in the myenteric plexus in rats infected with Toxoplasma gondii.

194 – Nadjar Nitz, Camilla Santana, Mariana Hecht, Marcelle Araújo Ribeiro, Carla Nunes de Araújo, Bruno Dallago and Luciana Hagström. Humoral tolerance to Trypanosoma cruzi antigens in congenitally infected mice.

199 – Lívia Mendes Carvalho, Thaís Vieira de Carvalho, Wanessa Serra Pessoa, Thays Helena Chaves Duarte, Levi Eduardo Soares Reis, Cláudia Martins Carneiro and Paula Melo de Abreu Vieira.Systemic leukocyte profile and histopathological changes in the gastrointestinal tract of experimentally infected mice with Trypanosoma cruzi by oral route.

200 – Gabriella Letícia Bonone, Maria Vitória Jacomini, Suellen Laís Vicentino-Vieira, Amanda Gubert Alves Dos Santos, Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira De Melo, Marcelo Biondaro Góis and Debora De Mello Gonçales Sant’ana. Effects of Toxoplasma gondii infection on the myenteric plexus in the ileum of rats.

278 – Lainy de Lima, Amanda Santos, Gessilda Melo, Patrícia Batista, Robson Rossi and Débora Sant’Ana. Changes at the quantification of Paneth cells from Balb/c mice infected by Leishmania (Leishmania) amazonensis depends on B-1 cells.

279 – Lainy de Lima, Suellen Vieira, Marcelo Góis, Gessilda Melo, Aline Trevizan and Débora Sant’Ana. Toxoplasma gondii infection reduces myenteric glial cells in the jejunum of rats.

313 -Larissa Carla Lauer Schneider, Stephanie Carvalho Borges, Evandro José Beraldi, Débora de Mello Gonçalves Sant’Ana and Nilza Cristina Buttow. Acute and chronic Toxoplasma gondii infection alters CALR-IR submucosal neurons in the ileum of Wistar rats.

314 – Larissa Carla Lauer Schneider, Stephanie Carvalho Borges, Evandro José Beraldi, Débora de Mello Golçalves Sant’Ana and Nilza Cristina Buttow. Effects of acute and chronic Toxoplasma gondii infection on glial cells of the submucous plexus in the ileum of rats.

316 – Camila Vieira Da Silva, Larissa Carla Lauer Schneider, Stephanie Carvalho Borges, Evandro José Beraldi, Débora de Mello Gonçalves Sant’Ana and Nilza Cristina Buttow. Oral Toxoplasma gondii infection in the acute and chronic phases reduces the amount of nitric oxide in the ileum of Wistar rats.

333 – Caio Thomaz de Lima E Silva, Tatiana Da Silva Fonseca de Oliveira, Aline Fagundes Da Silva and Maria De Fatima Madeira. Trypanosoma caninum: Evaluation of experimental infection in mice.

346 – Lucas Casagrande, Maria José Pastre Zulin, Débora De Mello Gonçales Sant’ana, Brunoambrosio Da Rocha, Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira De Melo and Marcelo Biondaro Góis. Acute infection with Toxoplasma gondii causes an increase of nitric oxide in the ileum of C57BL/6 mice.

348 – Lucas Casagrande, Maria J. Zulin, Marcelo Biondaro Góis, Debora De Mello Gonçales Sant Ana and Gessilda De Alcântara Nogueira De Melo. Infection with Toxoplasma gondii causes an increase of collagen type I and III deposition in the duodenum of C57BL/6 mice.

352 – Aline Ribeiro, Letícia de Almeida, Thaís Passalacqua, Juliana Damieli Nascimento, Amanda Evelyn Da Silva, Leandro Da Costa Clementino, Rhayannne Freitas de Queiroz Nascimento, Larissa Aguiar de Almeida, Luis Herman Soares Gil, Elaine Oliveira Costa de Carvalho, Marcia A. S. Graminha and João Aristeu Da Rosa. Two-dimensional proteins profile of epimastigote forms of strains of Trypanosoma cruzi, Rmont and Ron1, isolated from Rhodnius montenegrensis.

361 – Karolina Gonçalves, Ana Lia Mazzeti, Alvaro Nascimento, Sérgio Caldas and Maria Terezinha Bahia. Trypomastigote origin and inoculation pathway influence the tissue tropism of the Colombian strain of Trypanosoma cruzi.

362 – Thays Helena Chaves Duarte, Nívia Carolina Nogueira de Paiva, Larissa Maris Rezende Oliveira, Kátia Da Silva Fonseca, Maykon Tavares de Oliveira, Marta de Lana, Vanja Maria Veloso, Alexandre Barbosa Reis, Paula Melo de Abreu Vieira and Cláudia Martins Carneiro. Influence of the infection with a Trypanosoma cruzi polyclonal strain on the immune response in heart and colon during the acute phase of experimental disease.

397 – Barbara A. S. Lima, Ana Luiza O. Melo, Camilla V. Pires, Jéssica R. S. Alves, Ruth P. Barros, Danielle F. Rodrigues, Francis Ntumngia, John Adams, Flora S. Kano and Luzia H. Carvalho. Long-term memory B cells are generated after a single and brief exposure to Plasmodium vivax.

431 – Ana Maria Murta Santi, Luiza Guimarães Tunes, Gaétan Roy, Andréa Teixeira-Carvalho, Silvane Maria Fonseca Murta and Rubens Lima Do Monte Neto. Leishmania infantum Kharon1 null mutants showed an attenuated phenotype in vitro and in vivo.

443 – Rodrigo Nunes Rodrigues-Da-Silva, Danielly Corrêa Moreira De Sequeira, Isabela Ferreira Soares, Paula Mello de Luca, João Hermínio Martins Da Silva, Paulo Renato Rivas Totino, Mary R. Antigenicity and immunogenicity of synthetic peptides containing a linear b-cell epitope (PvMSP9E795-A808) in balb/c mice.

459 – Lana Bitencourt Chaves, Daiana De Souza Perce-Da-Silva, Rodrigo Nunes Rodrigues-Da-Silva, João Hermínio Martins Da Silva, Gustavo Capatti Cassiano, Ricardo Luiz Dantas Machado, Lilian Rose Pratt-Riccio, Dalma Maria Banic and Josué Da Costa Lima-Junior. Plasmodium vivax Cell Traversal Protein for Ookinetes and Sporozoites (PvCelTOS) gene sequence and potential epitopes are highly conserved among isolates from different regions of Brazilian Amazon.

466 – Maria Silva, Gabriella Letícia Bonone, Suellen Vicentino, Amanda Dos Santos, Gessilda de Melo, Marcelo Góis and Debora Sant’Ana. Effects of Toxoplasma gondii infection of the myenteric plexus of the colon of rats.

491 – Francisco Fonseca, Naya Rodrigues, Raquel RomÃo, Rafaelle Freire, Carrel Lima and Maria Teixeira. Influence of parasite burden and the inoculation site in the immunopathogenesis of cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania braziliensis in hamster.

507 – Thirssa Helena Grando, Matheus D. Baldissera, Mariângela Sá, Bianca C Z Porto, Gisele V. Aguirre, Eduarda Santi and Silvia G Monteiro. Avian antibodies (IgY) against Trypanosoma cruzi: purification and characterization studies.

533 – Luzia Côrtes, Barbara Melo, Franklin Silva, Lea Finkelstein, Suzana Côrte-Real and Carlos R Alves. Carbohydrates residues can contribute to adhesion of Leishmania spp promastigotes on Lutzomyia longipalpis (Lulo) cells.

563 – Marina Da Silva Ferreira, Allan Jefferson Guimarães, Jose Mauro Peralta and Kamilla Xavier Gomes. The importance of the mannose receptor in the interaction between pathogenic fungi and Acanthamoeba castellanii.

652 – Laura Barral-Veloso, Franklin Souza-Silva, Raquel Santos-De- Souza, Léa Cysne-Finkelstein, Luiz Filipe Gonçalves Oliveira, Karen Santos Charret and Carlos Roberto Alves. Antigenicity of Recombinant Proteins Based-Cysteine Protease B from Leishmaniasp..

657 – Ivana Helena Rocha Oliveira, Marcella Nunes de Melo Braga, Henrique Cesar Pereira Figueiredo, Cristiana Perdigão Rezende and Hélida Monteiro de Andrade. Evaluation of protocols for obtaining plasma membrane proteins from Leishmania infantum promastigotes.

676 – Marco M. Oliveira, Renata C. Paula, Larissa C. Rogério, Karen F. Faria, Iasmin A. C. Araújo, Fernanda C. A. Silva, Gabriela G. Mendes, Eliane F. M. A. Dias, Juliana S. Miranda, Raul R. Ribeiro and Sydnei M. Silva. Comparative analysis of in vitro behavior and infectivity of a Leishmania amazonensis strain isolated from the spleen of a dog with clinical signs of visceral leishmaniasis.

690 – José Carmo Neto, Daniella Alves, Jade Melo, Ana Maria de Castro and Marina Vinaud.Morphometric analysis of epimastigote forms of Trypanosoma cruzi in two culture media.

698 – Felipe Coelho, Pedro Torres, Isabel Moreira, Ines Gonçalves, Adriana Cabanelas, Karina Cardoso, Pedro Pascutti and Angela Lopes. Phospholipase A 2 of Trypanosoma cruzi: in silico analysis and three-dimensional structure modeling of the protein.

729 – Ana Maria Ravena Severino Carvalho, Dênia Monteiro Moura, Guilherme Caetano Garcia, Rutyanne Maria Tonelli Elisei, Isadora Maria Santos Araújo, Patrícia De Castro Lima, Kenia Dos Santos Emidio, Matheus Fernandes Costa-Silva, Christiane Santos Matos, Eduardo Antônio Ferraz Coelho, Tiago Antônio De Oliveira Mendes, Mariana Costa Duarte and Daniel Menezes-Souza. Linear B-cell epitope mapping of three proteins from Leishmania infantum: implications for serodiagnosis of human and canine leishmaniasis.

751 – Clebio Eleuterio Da Silva, Valter Viana de Andrade Neto, Sabrina Soares Guimarães, Jorge Augusto de Oliveira Guerra, Yolanda F Noguth, Fabio Francesconi, Gisele Maria Campelo Dos Santos, Alda Maria Da Cruz and Adriano Gomes Da Silva. Influence of the in vitro susceptibility of Leishmania (Viannia) guyanensis isolates to pentavalent antimony and pentamidine in the therapeutic failure of cutaneous leishmaniasis patients.

754 – Samyra Almeida Da Silveira, Ricardo Vieira Gonçalves, Alda Maria Da Cruz and Adriano Gomes Da Silva. Characterization of B lymphocytes subpopulations and Leishmania specific antibodies functionality from healed cutaneous leishmaniasis patients.

762 – Milena Cristina Martins Silva, Jose Maria Souza Nascimento, Marcio Luiz Costa Amaro, José Mário Veloso Peres, Anne Luíse Pinho Moutinho, Maria Fâni Dolabela, Marinete Marins Póvoa and Giselle Maria Rachid Viana. Cultivation of P. falciparum in a reference center of malaria.

765 – Agostinho Viana, Luisa Magalhães, Rodolfo Giunchetti, Walderez Dutra and Kenneth Gollob. Infection of human monocytes with Leishmania i. chagasi strains induces a down-modulated response as compared to infection with Leishmania braziliensis.

824 – Soraia De Oliveira Silva, João Luís Reis Cunha, Daniella Castanheira Bartholomeu and Maria Norma Melo. Microsatellite markers for the characterization of Leishmania infantum zymodeme MON- 1 isolates.

852 – Ana Carolina Rios Silvino, Cor J. Fontes, Roberto S.Rocha, Luzia H. de Carvalho, Flora S.Kano, Cristiana F.A. de Brito and Taís N. de Souza. Cytochrome P-450 polymorphisms and their influence on Plasmodium vivax recurrences.

861 – Maria José Pastre-Zulin, Marcelo Biondaro, Lucas Casagrande, Letícia Sarturi Pereira-Severi, Gessilda de Alcantara Nogueira- Melo and Débora de Mello Gonçalves. Acute infection induced by Toxoplasma gondii causes changes in collagen fibers in the jejunum of rats.

69 – Jaqueline de O. Rosa, Stenio P. Fragoso, Rick Tarleton and Lia Carolina Soares Medeiros. Characterization of actin 4 of the human parasite Trypanosoma cruzi.

117 – Daise Damaris Carnietto Hippolito, Cristina Meira-Strejevitch, Marta Marques Maia, Cristina Takami Kanamura, Aparecida Helena De Souza Gomes, José Angelo Laulleta Lindoso and Vera Lucia Pereira-Chioccola. Genes encoding cytokines implicated in the modulation of American cutaneous leishmaniasis. Study in skin lesion biopsies embedded in paraffin.

123 – Joao Vitor Candido, Eloisa Ferro, Priscila Franco, Rafaela José Da Silva, Mayara Ribeiro, José Roberto Mineo, Angelica de Oliveira Gomes, Javier Emilio Lazo Chica and Belissa de Freitas Barbosa. Correlation between IDO expression and the mast cell counting in uterus/embryo of female C57BL/6 WT and MIF-/- infected with Toxoplasma gondii.

223 – Cristina Meira-Strejevitch, Valéria Oliveira Silva, Marta Marques Maia, Daise Hippolito, Cinara Brandão de Mattos, Fábio Frederico, Rubens Siqueira, Luiz Carlos Mattos and Vera Lucia Pereira-Chioccola.miR-155 and miR-146a expression in serum samples from patients with ocular toxoplasmosis.

264 – Marta Maia, Cristina Meira-Strejevitch, Daise Hippolito, Valéria Oliveira Silva, Gabriela Motoie and Vera Lúcia Pereira-Chioccola. Gene expression of cytokines in patients with symptomatic toxoplasmosis.

277 – Nathália Segatto Ferreira, Michelle Aparecida Ribeiro de Freitas, Pedro Fellipe Remolli, Enio Chaves de Oliveira, Samir Jabari, Axel Brehmer and Alexandre Barcelos Morais Da Silveira Da Silveira. Neurotrophin expression in chagasic megacolon.

373 – Malu Santos, Elza Quadros, Iara Sousa, Claudio Silva, Raphaella Ribeiro, Thaise Teixeira, Marlus Santos, Mauricio Castro and Álvaro Junior. Production and characterization of IgY antibodies against the Trypanosoma cruzi recombinant p21 protein.

479 – Karine Rezende-Oliveira, Cesar Gómez-Hernández, Marcos Vinícius Silva, Rafael Faria de Oliveira, Juliana Reis Machado, Cecilia Gomes Barbosa, Luciana Almeida Silva Teixeira, Luis Eduardo Ramirez, Lúcio Roberto Cançado Castellano, Dalmo Correia and Virmondes Rodrigues Junior. Effects of treatment on cytokine production in a patient with mucosal leishmaniasis and chagas disease co- infection.

483 – Michelle Hallais França Dias, Marina Lima Silva Santos, Cor Jesus Fernandes Fontes, Talita Antônia Furtado Monteiro, Cristiana Ferreira Alves de Brito and Luzia Helena Carvalho. Co-infection of Epstein-Barr virus and Plasmodium vivax malaria in acute and long-exposed malaria individuals.

641 – Maykon Tavares de Oliveira, Karina Taciana Santos, Leandro Xavier Neves, Matheus Marques Milagre, Gabriela Maíra Pereira de Assis, Willian de Castro Borges and Marta de Lana. Differential expression of proteins associated with the TcI and TcII DTUs of Trypanosoma cruzi and the clinical aspects of the disease in patients from which they were isolated.

740 – Francisca Mylena Melgaço Nune, Alberto Ponte de Lima, José Damião Da Silva Filho, Carlos Eduardo Menezes Viana, Alanna Carla Da Costa, Igor Monteiro Albuquerque, Vanessa Elem Vieira Ribeiro, Julieth Mesquita Lacerda and Maria De Fátima Oliveira. Evaluation of the metabolic syndrome in patients with Chagas’ disease at the Chagas Disease Research Laboratory (LPDC).

760 – Amanda Vasconcelos Do Nascimento, Yara Gomes and Virginia Lorena. Decreased CCR4 expression of CD14 + monocytes in mononuclear cell culture of patients with Chagas’ disease exposed to Trypanosoma cruzi and treated with Benzonidazole.

768 – Milena Cristina Martins Silva, Jose Maria Souza Nascimento, Marcio Luiz Costa Amaro, José Mário Veloso Peres, Anne Luíse Pinho Moutinho, Juliana Correa Barbosa, Lara Vinhal Faria, Alexandre Augusto Rosa, Maria Fâni Dolabela, Marinete Marins Póvoa and Giselle Maria Rachid Viana. Analysis of the methods used to search alternatives for malaria treatment and diagnosis.

80 – Stéfani Panza, Débora Gonçales De Mello Sant’Ana, Roberto Kenji Nakamura Cuman, Gessilda Alcântara Nogueira-Melo and Amanda Gubert Alves-Santos. Decrease in the global blood cell count on mice by Toxoplasma gondii.

113 – Samira S. M. Gallo, David S. Lindsay, Nicole B. Ederli, Luanna C. Oliveira and Francisco Carlos R. de Oliveira. Genetic characterization of Sarcocystis species in opossums Didelphis aurita from Brazil.

428 – Gabriela Motoie, Juliana Mariotti Guerra, Denise Maria Bussoni Bertollo, Vanessa Leyko Aoki, Helena Hilomi Taniguchi, Kátia Gomes Castellão, Márcia Conceição Bisugo, Maria De Fátima Lereno de Araújo, Elaine Aparecida Da Cunha, Carlos Roberto Elias, Bruna Cristina Rodrigues, Marcella Kelvya Pierre, Lidia Midori Kimura and José Eduardo Tolezano. Investigation of possible vertical transmission of Leishmania (Leishmania) infantum in two pregnant bitches from São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo state, Brazil.

488 – Maria Júlia Cunha, Natália Fava, Letícia Úngari, Márcia Cury and Monica Santin. Widespread presence of human-pathogenic Enterocytozoon bieneusi genotypes in chickens.

565 – Guilherme Paiva, Letícia Pereira Úngari and Talita Alves. Morphological and morphometric differences between normal and infected erythrocytes by Haemogregarina sp. and Hepatozoon spp. in free-living and captive reptiles.

566 – Guilherme Paiva, Letícia Pereira Úngari and Talita Alves.Prevalence, morphological and morphometric analyses of Trypanosoma spp. in free-living and captive reptiles.

828 – Hugo Amorim Dos Santos De Souza, Edmar Henrique Costa Correa, Cláudio Tadeu Daniel-Ribeiro, Maria De Fátima Ferreira-Da-Cruz and Paulo Renato Rivas Totino.Plasmodium berghei ANKA infection induces erythrocytic apoptosis in Wistar rats.

 

PROTOZOOLOGIA – DIAGNÓSTICO:

16 – Juliana Ferreira, Jamiro Wanderley, Luiz Cláudio Martins, Gláucia Marcon, Marilda Mazzali, Sandra Costa and Eros Almeida. Kidney Transplantation Patient with discordant diagnostic tests for Chagas disease: Case Report.

46 – Elisama Loubak Da Silva, Miyoko Massago, Max Jean de Ornelas Toledo and Mônica Lúcia Gomes. Sensitivity of conventional polymerase chain reaction protocols used for detection and typing of Trypanosoma cruzi.

73 – Fernanda Evangelista, Cristiane Riedo de Oliveira, Lourenço Tsunetomi Higa, Keller Karla de Lima and Deise Serafim. Suspected cases of acute gestational toxoplasmosis treated at the Regional University Hospital of Maringá.

74 – Ariella Andrade Marchioro, Fernanda Evangelista, Bruna Tiaki Tiyo, Amanda Hinobu de Souza, Lourenço Tsunetomi Higa, Cristiane Maria Colli and Ana Lúcia Falavigna-Guilherme. Profile of TNF-α and IFN-γ cytokines in pregnant women with suspected toxoplasmosis.

81 – Juliana Ferreira, Mariane Pereira, Gláucia Marcon, Luiz Cláudio Martins, Jamiro Wanderley, Sandra Cecília Costa and Eros Antonio Almeida. Genotyping of Trypanosoma cruzi by RFLP-PCR in chronic patients attended on Study group in Chagas disease – GedoCh – UNICAMP.

114 – Daise Damaris Carnietto Hippolito, Cristina Silva Meira- Strejevitch, Marta Marques Maia, Cristina Takami Kanamura, Aparecida Helena De Souza Gomes, Katia Oliveira and Vera Lucia Pereira-Chioccola. RNA integrity of clinical samples from patients with American cutaneous leishmaniasis and disseminated toxoplasmosis.

116 – Bruna Tiaki Tiyo, Ariella Andrade Marchioro, Lincoln Luís Silva, Fernanda Ferreira Evangelista, Amanda Hinobu de Souza and Ana Lúcia Falavigna-Guilherme. B1 (B2-B23) and TOX4-TOX5 genetic markers for molecular detection of Toxoplasma gondii in organic vegetables in the South of Brazil.

135 – Geraldo Magela Faria Junior, Christiane Maria Ayo, Fernando Henrique Antunes Murata, Amanda Priscila Oliveira, Luiz Carlos De Mattos, Fábio Batista Frederico and Cinara De Cássia Brandão de Mattos. CCR5 polymorphisms in ocular toxoplasmosis.

143 – Mariana P. Lima, Lourena Emanuele Costa, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Thaís T.O. Santos, Fernanda F. Ramos, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P. Lage, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Danniele L. Vale, Amanda C.S. Kursancew, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Mariana C. Duarte, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Ricardo A. Machado-De-Ávila, Denise U. Gonçalves and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. Evaluation of a hypothetical protein for serodiagnosis and as a potential marker for post- treatment serological evaluation of tegumentary leishmaniasis patients.

144 – Warlen Miiller Rocha Araújo, Christiane Maria Ayo, Fábio Batista Frederico, Geraldo Magela Faria Jr, Rubens Camargo Siqueira, Luiz Carlos De Mattos and Cinara Cássia Brandão de Mattos. Association of the -511T/C polymorphism of the IL-1β gene in patients with ocular toxoplasmosis from the northwestern region of São Paulo State.

170 – Daniel Dias, Mariana Duarte, Vívian Martins, Daniela Lage, Lourena Costa, Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli, Thaís Santos, Beatriz Salles, Patrícia Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana Lima, Ana Maria Carvalho, Danniele Vale, Grasiele Tavares, Débora Mendonça, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Bruno Roatt, Ricardo Machado-De-Ávila, Danielle Magalhães-Soares and Eduardo Coelho. Performance of Leishmania braziliensis enolase protein for the serodiagnosis of canine and human visceral leishmaniosis.

181 – Mariana P. Lima, Ana M.R.S. Carvalho, Lourena E. Costa, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Thaís T.O. Santos, Fernanda F. Ramos, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P. Lage Lage, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Danniele L. Vale, Grasiele S V Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Mariana Costa, Bruna T. Silvestre, Julia A. G. Silveira, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Danielle F. Magalhães-Soares, Denise U. Gonçalves and Eduardo Coelho. An ELISA immunoassay employing a conserved Leishmania hypothetical protein for the serodiagnosis of visceral and tegumentary leishmaniasis in dogs and humans.

184 – Danniele Danniele L. Vale, Vivian Tamietti, Daniela Pagliara, Mariana Duarte, Lourena Costa, Miguel Fumagalli, Beatriz Salles, Thais Santos, Daniel Dias, Patricia Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Marcella Rodrigues, Mariana Lima, Grasiele Tavares, Debora Mendonça, Daniel Souza, Bruno Roatt, Carlos Tavares, Danielle Magalhães and Eduardo Coelho. Specific serodiagnosis of visceral and tegumentary leishmaniasis using recombinant antigens derived from Leishmania infantum species.

209 – Murilo Barros Silveira, Sarah Ribeiro de Oliveira, Karen Ribeiro de Oliveira, Hanstter Hallison Alves Rezende, Ana Maria de Castro and Juliana Boaventura Avelar. Validation of Sorological Test for Toxoplasmose with Filter Paper.

212 – Vera Belchior, Helena Keiko Toma, Karine Bernarde, Laís Carvalho, Analucia Xavier and Yara Adami. The use of a molecular technique improved sensibility and specificity on Entamoeba histolytica/E. dispar diagnosis in a community based study carried out in Niterói, RJ – Brazil.

237 – Jéssica Campos Sousa, Marina Carvalho Paschoini, Adilha Misson Rua Micheletti, Karine Rezende Oliveira, Pamela Aparecida Candido, Marlene Cabrine-Santos and Márcia Benedita Oliveira- Silva. Investigation of Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum in the amniotic fluid and placenta of pregnant women seropositive for toxoplasmosis.

238 – Jéssica Campos Sousa, Adilha Misson Rua Micheletti, Karine Rezende Oliveira, César Gómez Hernández, Marlene Cabrine- Santos and Márcia Benedita Oliveira-Silva. Investigation of Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum in necropsied nervous tissue of HIV/AIDS patients morphologically diagnosed as neurotoxoplasmosis.

283 – Mariana Duarte, Daniel Souza, Daniel Pimenta, Carolina Miyazaki, Marcella Rodrigues, Lucas Santos, Érica Oliveira, Ana Maria Carvalho, Anna Letícia Dias, Bruno Roatt, Ana Paula Fernandes, Carlos Alberto Tavares and Eduardo Coelho. Proteins Selected in Leishmania infantum by an Immunoproteomic Approach with Potential Serodiagnosis Applications for Visceral Leishmaniasis..

291 – Francinete Fonseca. Tricomoniasis symptoms both men and women in private health network of Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil.

292 – Francinete Fonseca. Tricomoniasis from women`s pap smears on private network health from Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil.

295 – Fabiana Batista, Marlene Cabrine-Santos, Márcia Silva-Oliveira and Eliane Lages Silva. Genotyping of Giardia duodenalis populations from children in two cities of the Triângulo Mineiro – MG.

321 – Antonio Roberto Gomes Junior, Hanstter Hallison Alves Rezende, Jaqueline Ataíde Silva Lima, Jade Oliveira Melo, Heloisa Ribeiro Storchilo, Taynara Cristina Gomes, Jéssica Yonara De Sousa, Marina Clare Vinaud and Ana Maria De Castro. Molecular confirmation of congenital infection in newborns screened for Toxoplasmosis serology through the neonatal heel prick.

364 – Gessica B. Melo, Fabiana M. Paula, Fernanda M. Malta, Celina W. Maruta, Paulo R. Criado, Vera L.P. Castilho, Elenice M. N. Gonçalves, Maria C. Espirito Santo and Ronaldo C.B Gryschek. Identification of Blastocystis subtypes 1 and 3 in patients with chronic urticaria from a hospital in Sao Paulo City, Brazil.

381 – Beatriz Silveira Salles, Lourena E. Costa, Thaís T.O. Santos, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Daniela P. Lage, Vívian T. Martins, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Denise U. Gonçalves, Regina L. Rocha, Luiz R. Goular and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. Leishmania infantum mimotopes and a phage-ELISA assay as tools for a sensitive and specific serodiagnosis of human visceral leishmaniasis.

382 – Beatriz Silveira Salles, Lourena Costa, Thaís Teodoro de Oliveira Santos, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Daniela Pagliara, Vivian Martins, Daniel Silva Dias, Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Grasiele S V Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Luiz Ricardo Goulart and Eduardo Coelho. Comparison of the antigenicity between phage clones and their synthetic peptides for the serodiagnosis of human visceral leishmaniasis.

396 – Bruna Caroline de Carvalho, Tamires Emanuele Vital, Elza Noronha, Luciana Hagström, Mariana Hecht and Nadjar Nitz. Detection of Leishmania RNA virus in patients with American Cutaneous Leishmaniasis.

405 – Luciana Hagström, Ana Luisa Pereira Marques, Genilson Lima, Marcelle Ribeiro, Rodrigo Gurgel-Gonçalves, Thaís Minuzzi-Souza, Nadjar Nitz Silva de Araújo and Mariana Hecht. Molecular perspectives for the diagnosis of Chagas disease.

451 – Tiago Coutinho, Celia Sales, Kamila Silva and Carlos Levy. Leishmaniasis diagnosed at the Hospital de Clinicas – Unicamp from 2011 to 2016.

475 – Jorge Néstor Velásquez, María Laura Pantano, Mónica Gabriela Nigro, Osvaldo Germán Astudillo, Daniela Della Paolera and Silvana Carnevale. Cryptosporidiosis: novel detection approaches using well-known tools.

520 – Renata Bezagio, Cristiane Colli, Liara Romera, Caroline Almeida, Ariella Marchioro and Mônica Gomes. Influence of the reagents of different parasitological methods on the amount of DNA obtained from cysts of Giardia duodenalis.

521 – Lara Amaral, Daniela Robortella, Cristiana Brito, Jean Limongi, Cor Fontes, Taís Sousa and Luzia Carvalho. Ribosomal versus non-ribosomal targets for diagnosis of subpatent malaria by Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum.

537 – Darci Rodrigues Da Silva, Rogerio Gomes Brandao, Sonia Maria Nogueira Rodrigues, Rafaele Procopio de Oliveira, Tamirys Pina Simao, Tania Do Socorro Souza Chaves, Carina Guilhon Sequeira, Rosana Maria Feio Libonati, Martin Johannes Enk, Ricardo Luiz Dantas Machado and Ana Maria Revoredo Da Silva Ventura. Evaluation of the malaria diagnosis by Thick Blood Film in a gold-mining area from Brazilian Amazon Region.

560 – Ana Luiza Silva, Mariana Cardoso, Williane Siqueira, João Reis- Cunha, Daniella Bartholomeu, Ricardo Fujiwara and Lilian Bueno. Identification of a new antigen of Leishmania with potential use in the serological diagnosis and screening of trypanosomatids.

586 – Laise Reis, Letícia Torres, Felipe Araujo, Rayanne Arruda, Luzia Helena Carvalho, Mônica Silva-Nunes and Flora Kano. Naturally acquired antibody response to Plasmodium vivax Duffy binding protein (PvDBP) in semi-immune Amazonian population.

587 – Magda Lima, Martha SuarÉz-Mutis, Sérgio Machado and Helena Toma. Human malaria diagnosis using real time PCR (qPCR) for blood donors screening.

592 – Daniela Robortella, Lara Amaral, Raianna Fantin, Taís Sousa, Jordi Ribas, Joseli Ferreira and Luzia Carvalho. Real-time PCR based protocols for diagnosis of malaria sub-microscopic infections.

604 – Flavia Thamiris Figueiredo Pacheco, Silvia Souza de Carvalho, Gisele Maria Trindade Das Chagas, Felipe Carvalho Rocha, Daisy Chagas Gomes, Cristiane Fernandes Mercês, Neci Matos Soares and Márcia Cristina Aquino Teixeira. Evaluation of anti-Giardia IgG and IgA antibody response in sera and comparison with parasite detection in feces of children.

645 – Daniel Menezes-Souza, Ana Maria Ravena Severino Carvalho,Denise Utsch Gonçalves, Bruno Mendes Roatt, Dênia Monteiro Moura, Guilherme Caetano Garcia, Isadora Maria Santos Araújo, Rutyanne Maria Tonelli Elisei, Kenia Dos Santos Emidio, Patrícia De Castro Lima, Mariana Costa Duarte and Eduardo Antonio Ferraz Coelho. A hypothetical protein identified by an immunoproteomic approach with potential serodiagnosis application for cutaneous and mucosal leishmaniasis.

648 – Cláudia Jordane Ferreira Jordane Ferreira, Larissa Paola Rodrigues Venancio and Arlindo Gomes de Macêdo Junior. Evaluation of potential the gp63 protein of Leishmania infantum for diagnosis and prophylaxis of leishmaniasis.

682 – Pedro Ramon Da Silva Aquino, Vicente Toscano De Araújo Neto, Raniery De Oliveira Santana, Andressa Noronha Barbosa Da Silva, Lúcia Maria Da Cunha Galvão and Antônia Cláudia Jácome Da Câmara. Analytical sensitivity of Polymerase Chain Reaction in the detection of kDNA and of DTUs of Trypanosoma cruzi.

776 – Maria Marciano, Maria Luisa Barbosa, Ricardo Zanna, Aparecida Gomes and Vera Pereira-Chioccola. Evaluation of DNA extraction methods for the search of pathogenic protozoa in water.

787 – Flávia Uchôa, Adriana Sudré, Renan Spinelli and Nádia Almosny. Are species-specific antigen detection tests needed in the diagnosis of Giardia duodenalis infection?

839 – David D R A Coelho, Adail O Liborio Neto, Catiucia S Melegario, Eliane Valtes and Lilian M G Bahia Oliveira. Congenital toxoplasmosis diagnosis in endemic area: data of neonatal screening in filter card versus serological dada of mother’s pregnancy follow up evidences the challenges of T. gondii infection detection in newborns.

39 – Mariana Rodrigues, Lidiane Silva and Bruno Berto. Identification of Isospora sporophilae (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the vulnerable buffy-fronted seedeater Sporophila frontalis (Passeriformes: Thraupidae) in the Itatiaia National Park, Brazil.

94 – Anderson Barbosa De Moura, Marcio Orides Da Silva, Alessandra Snak, Jéssica Ceruti Reiter, José Cristani and Antonio Pereira De Souza.Occurrence of Neospora caninum antibodies in sows of commercial herds in Santa Catarina State, Brazil.

104 – Igor Leonardo de Jesus Genipapeiro, Hayala Caroline Silva Ferreira Gomes, Epaminondas Do Patrocínio, Sarah Da Silva Santos, Fabíola Teixeira Andrade, Patrícia Chaves Santana, Alessandra Selbach Schnadelbach, Suzana Telles Da Cunha Lima, Cristiane de Jesus Barbosa, Tereza Bernardete Mata de Britto Moreira, Jorge Raimundo Lins Ribas and Luciana Veiga Barbosa. Implementation of detection protocol for the Trypanosoma vivax, Babesia spp and Anaplasma marginale by bovine blood smear technique.

115 – Irlane Pinho, Lidiane Silva, Mariana Rodrigues, Matheus Ferreira, Sergian Cardozo and Bruno Berto. Identification of Isospora sabiai (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from thrushes Turdus spp. (Passeriformes: Turdidae) from southeastern Brazil.

127 – Juliana Vasconcelos Figueiredo, Rafaela Morais, Kaio Silveira, Rodrigo Marinho, Wanda Costa, Liliane Carneiro, Marinete Póvoa and Ediclei Carmo. Serological screening of toxoplasmosis in neotropical non-human primates kept in captivity, in Pará state: comparison between modified direct agglutination method and the indirect immunofluorescence assay.

142 – Isabela S. Gama, Lourena E. Costa, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia T. Alves, Ana C.S. Dias, Emília R. Vaz, Thaís T.O. Santos, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Daniela P. Lage, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Vívian T. Martins, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Luiz R. Goulart and Eduardo A.F. Coelho.Specific serodiagnosis of canine visceral leishmaniasis applying antigenic mimotopes selected by a subtractive phage display technology in Leishmania infantum.

201 – Caroline Almeida, Miyoko Massago, Amanda Teschke, Renata Bezagio, Lucimara Beletini, Érika Ferreira and Mônica Gomes. Modified Ritchie’s method provides greater recovery of cysts of Giardia muris.

203 – Caroline Almeida, Miyoko Massago, Lucimara Beletini, Renata Bezagio and Mônica Gomes. Influence of Ritchie method reagents on the identification and quantification of DNA from the Giardia muris cysts.

217 – Thaís Teodoro de Oliveira Santos, Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli, Mariana Costa, Vivian Martins, Daniela Pagliara, Lourena Costa, Beatriz C. Silveira Salles, Daniel Silva Dias, Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Gabriela O. Carvalho, Isabela Senra Gama, Danniele Luciana Vale, Grasiele S V Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Bruno M. Roatt and Eduardo Coelho. Synthetic peptides selected from Leishmania infantum hypothetical proteins applied for the serodiagnosis of canine visceral leishmaniasis.

261 – Arielle Aparecida Lara, Alessandra Snak, Karim Cristhine Pase, Ana Paula Molinari Candeias, Heloisa Lacerda, Nelson Luis Mello Fernandes and Silvia Cristina Osaki. Peptide digestion and bioassay in mice for detection of Toxoplasma gondii in hens from the urban area of Palotina, Paraná, Brazil.

276 – Daniela Pagliara, Vivian Martins, Mariana Costa, Lourena Costa, Laura Dimer, Amanda Kursancew, Miguel Fumagalli, Danielle Magalhães-Soares, Beatriz Salles, Thaís Teodoro de Oliveira Santos, Daniel Silva Dias, Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Grasiele S V Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Danniele Luciana Vale, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Bruno M. Roatt, Ricardo Machado-De-Àvila and Eduardo Coelho. Serodiagnosis of canine visceral leishmaniasis using a Leishmania-specific hypothetical protein and its non-described specific B cell conformational epitope.

345 – Ana Letícia Santos, Ginette Villar Echarte, Anderson M. Augusto, Bárbara S.N. Magalhães, Pâmela Figueiredo Pereira, Igor Falco Arruda, Luísa J.B.B. Ribeiro, Valmir Laurentino Silva and Maria Regina Amendoeira. Occurrence of antibodies IgG anti- Toxoplasma gondii in ducks (Cairina moschata) of Fundation RIOZOO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

486 – Viviane Boechat, Valéria Costa Oliveira, Artur Augusto Velho Mendes Júnior, Luiz Claudio Ferreira, Francisco Chagas de Carvalho Rodrigues, Fabiano Borges Figueiredo and Rodrigo Caldas Menezes. Occurrence, associated lesions and isolation of Leishmania infantum in the male genital tract of dogs seropositive for this parasite in an endemic area of the state of Rio de Janeiro.

489 – Maria Julia Cunha, Natália Fava, Letícia Úngari, Márcia Cury and Monica Santin. Molecular identification of Enterocytozoon bieneusi, Cryptosporidium spp. and Giardia spp. in Brazilian captive birds.

501 – Raquel Peralva Ribeiro-Romão, Andrea Franco Saavedra, Eduardo Fonseca Pinto, Alda Maria Da Cruz and Otacílio Da Cruz Moreira. Development of real time PCR assays for evaluation of immune response and parasite load in golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) infected by Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis.

535 – Talita Alves, Natália Nasser, César Gomez-Hernandéz, Karine Rezende, Kelem Mota, André Santos, Luciano Silva, Daniel Vilela, Katia Facure, Letícia Úngari and Márcia Cury. Molecular and morphologic diagnosis of piroplams (order Piroplasmida) in wild mammals of southeast and midwest regions of Brazil.

564 – Flávia Uchôa, Adriana Sudré, Sabrina Campos and Nádia Almosny. Evaluation of four methodologies for the diagnosis of Giardia duodenalis in humans, dogs and cats hosts.

607 – Denise Maria Bussoni Bertollo, Rosa Maria Zini, Marcella Kelvya Pierre, Evelyn Costa Gonzales and Helena Hilomi Taniguchi. Diagnosis differential in canine visceral leishmaniasis.

618 – Alinne Petris, Júlio César Souza Junior and Juliana A. Greinert- Goulart. Evaluation of the centrifugal-formalin-ether concentration technique for the quantitative determination of Giardia duodenalis cysts recovery in Howler monkeys (Alouatta guariba clamitans).

621 – Tamires Vital, Ana Izabel Passarella, Débora Marcolino, Bruna Caroline de Carvalho, Gabriella Munitor, Victória Oliveira, Luciana Hagstrom, Gustavo Romero, Mariana Hecht and Nadjar Nitz.Molecular diagnosis of canine leishmaniasis in the Federal District, Brazil.

627 – Camila Silva, Maria Julia Cunha, Kelem Mota, Leticia Ungari and Marcia Cury.Identification of Blastocystis sp. in fecal samples of animals from the rural properties of the Uberlandia region, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

661 – Carolina Valença Barbosa, Bárbara Souza Neil Magalhaes Souza Neil Magalhaes, Fabio Alves Da Silva, Daniel de Almeida Balthazar and Helena Santos. Identification of Blastocystis sp. subtypes in captive non-human primates from Rio de Janeiro.

726 – Paula Cascardo, Beatriz Brener, Adriana Sudré, Patrícia Millar, Danuza Mattos, Elizabeth Alves, Priscilla Fajardo, Flávia Uchoa and Daniela Leles. Specificity of immunochromatographic test for human Giardia duoedenalis applied to animal samples previously genotyped.

734 – Ana Maria Carvalho, Lourena Emanuele Costa, Dênia Monteiro Moura, Guilherme Caetano Garcia, Rutyanne Maria Tonelli Elisei, Isadora Maria Santos Araújo, Patrícia De Castro Lima, Kenia Dos Santos Emidio, Christiane Santos Matos, Tiago Antônio De Oliveira Mendes, Mariana Costa Duarte, Eduardo Antônio Ferraz Coelho, Eustáquio Resende Bittar, Joely Ferreira Figueiredo Bittar and Daniel Menezes Souza. New serological peptides for diagnosis of bovine trypanosomiasis.

735 – Paula Carcardo and Daniela Leles. Methodological innovations for the study of parasites in rare or scarce samples.

797 – Renan Spinelli, Adriana Sudré, Valmir Silva, Flávia Uchôa and Fernanda Santos. Serological diagnosis of Canine Visceral Leishmaniasis in a low-transmission area of Niterói’s oceanic region and Maricá, Rio de Janeiro.

808 – Alessandra Pinheiro, Antonio Sousa, Flávia Oliveira, Kellyson Freitas, Leopoldo Moraes, Alexandre Casseb, Sinerey Sousa, Vitor Araujo, Andrey Alves, Giselle Teixeira, Amanda Danin, Camilo Silva, Bianca Amorim and André Meneses. Molecular detection of Babesia sp. in dogs from the Veterinary Hospital of the Federal Rural University of Amazonia, Belém-Pará, Brazil.

816 – Gabrielly Santos, Juliet Bax, Roberta Diogo, Isaque Gonçalves, Helom Machado, Márcia Xavier, Aline Souza and Nadia Almosny. Serum biochemistry alteration in dogs with babesiosis: a preliminar study.

835 – Kellyson Freitas, Vitor Sousa, Antonio Sousa, Flavia Oliveira, Leopoldo Moraes, Alexandre Casseb, Sinerey Sousa, Andrey Alves, Giselle Teixeira, Camilo Silva, Bianca Amorim, Alessandra Pinheiro, Amanda Danin and André Meneses. Molecular diagnosis of Anaplasma platys in dogs from Belém, Pará, Brazil.

840 – Santila Bravo, Victor Nowosh, Aline Souza, Nadia Almosny and Fabiano Borges Figueiredo. Complete Blood Count assessment in dogs with canine visceral leishmaniasis diagnosed by Chromatographic immunoassay and ELISA in Barra Mansa – RJ.

842 – Thainara Barroso Freitas, Eslen Quezia Santos Miranda, Fernando Almeida-Souza, Dglan Firmo Dourado, Luciana Rayssa Da Silva de Carvalho, Aline Joane Brito Padilha, Isabel Silva Oliveira, Gustavo Siqueira Matias Ramos, Adriana Vivian Costa Araújo and Fábio Henrique Evangelista de Andrade. Radiographic and parasitological study of synovial fluid and articulation of a dog with canine visceral leishmaniasis naturally infected.

863 – Rosiane Alves, A.A Rodrigues, A.F.O NotÁrio, F.A Martins, A.A Silva, B.C. Borges, P. V. C Barenco, C. S Siqueira and C.V Silva. Treatment with IL9 in mice experimentally infected with Trypanosoma cruzi enhances Th1 cytokine profile and decreases cardiac fibrosis.

865 – Mylla Spirandelli Da Costa, S. S Santana, L. C. G Costa, V. S Miranda, C. S. Lopes, F. M Santiago, T. W. P Mineo and J. R Mineo. ELISA and Immunoblotting approach for detection of Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum infection in free-range chickens.

 

PROTOZOOLOGIA – EPIDEMIOLOGIA:

518 – Alexandre Costa and Teresa Cristina Bomfim.The importance of urban pigeon (Columba livia) on the Cryptosporidium spp. environment dissemination.

549 – Igor Rodrigues Cardoso and Helena Toma. Isolation and identification of free-living amoebae in environment samples of Centro de Ciências da Saúde of the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.

635 – Elaine Mattos, Maria Marciano, Franciane Custódio, Ricardo Gava, Cristina Meira-Strejevitch and Vera Lucia Pereira-Chioccola.Trypanosoma cruzi infection in acai pulps produced in Acre, Brazil.

691 – Margarete Martins Dos Santos Afonso, Bruno Moreira De Carvalho, Cristina Giordano and Elizabeth Ferreira Rangel. Spatial distribution of visceral leishmaniasis and assessment of vulnerable municipalities to aid entomological surveillance in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.

745 – Sandra Yamashiro, Rodolfo Apolinário Oliveira, Renato Rosseto, Renata de Gasperi, Juliana Andrade, Romeu Cantusio Neto, Vagner Fiuza and Regina Maura Franco. Enterocytozoon bieneusi in wastewater samples from a combined system and from a water reuse production plant ( EPAR Capivari II) at Campinas, State of São Paulo, Brazil.

749 – Manuela Ferraz Valadares, Winni Alves Ladeia, Felippe Danyel Cardoso Martins, João Luis Garcia, Italmar Teodorico Navarro and Roberta Lemos Freire. Surveillance of Toxoplasma gondii in urban environment by PCR approach in sewage.

774 – Júlia Santos, Eliane Salines, Francisco Berte and Marilise Rott. Susceptibility of Acanthamoeba spp. to air conditioner cleaning products.

34 – Alan Anjos, Andrey Andrade, André De C. Guaraldo and Magda Costa-Ribeiro.Epidemiological profile of  American tegumentary leishmaniasis in Paraná State, Brazil.

88 – Ginette Villar Echarte, Yolanda Emilia Suárez Fernández, Anderson Augusto Mendes, Ana Letícia Santos Carvalho, Marcia Macedo Lima Dantas and Maria Regina Reis Amendoeira. Assessment perception in risk factors of Toxoplasma gondii transmission, in their occupational activities at the Cuba National Zoological Park and Zoological Garden of the City of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

137 – Denise Pinho Resille, Diogo Antônio Do Nascimento Dória, Samuel Silva Rosário and Ricardo Andrade Barata. Malaria outbreak in the gold-mining area in the Jequitinhonha River Valley, Minas Gerais State.

157 – Edson Abreu Belfort, Fabrício Drummond Vieira Silva, Mayara Letícia Soares Ferro, Luiz Mario Da Silva Silveira and Aline Andrea Pereira Dresch. Epidemiological Profile of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Maranhão State, Brazil.

163 – Luiz Eloi De Mendonça Neto and Maria Anilda Dos Santo Araújo.Acute chagasic disease in the northeast from 2000 to 2013.

182 – Juliana Boaventura Avelar, Renata Ferreira de Oliveira, Helen Hana Fernandes Tavares, Thays Millena Alves Pedroso, Daniela de Melo E Silva, Hanstter Hallison Alves Rezende, Murilo Barros Silveira and Ana Maria de Castro. Prevalence of anti-Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in patients diagnosed with schizophrenia.

202 – Murilo Barros Silveira, Marina Saint Clair Mattioda, Beatriz Campos Oliveira, Naiane Moreira Barbosa, Heloísa Silva Guerra, Hânstter Hállison Alves Rezende, Juliana Boaventura Avelar and Ana Maria De Castro.Seroprevalence of toxoplasmosis in the elderly in the city of Aparecida of Goiânia-Goiás.

211 – Vera Belchior, Analucia Xavier and Yara Adami. Blastocystis spp as the most prevalent enteroparasite in a community based study carried out in Niterói, RJ – Brazil.

253 – Ana B. G. Moura, Jully A. L. Batista, Maria De F. De Souza and Valter F. De Andrade-Neto. Toxoplasma gondii infection in recyclable waste pickers in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte.

389 – Alanna Carla Costa, José Damião Silva Filho, Arduina Sofia Fidalgo, Erlane Chaves Freitas, Mônica Coelho Andrade, Vânia Barreto Gomes, Vanessa Ellen Ribeiro, Eduardo De Jesus Santana, Francisca Mylena Nunes, Bruno Luiz Sousa, Carlos Eduardo Viana and Maria De Fátima Oliveira. Seroprevalence of Trypanosoma cruzi infection in blood donors in northeastern Brazilian state.

445 – Murilo Soares Costa and Jannayna Guimarães Corradi.Descriptive analysis of American tegumentary leishmaniasis cases in the northern region of the Espirito Santo state, Brazil.

517 – Diogo Tavares Cardoso, Dayane Costa de Souza, Vanessa Normandio de Castro, Roney Elias Da Silva, Andressa Mariana Saldanha Elias, Valeria Oliveira Silva, David Soeiro Barbosa and Stefan Michael Geiger. Spatial analysis approaches for prioritization of surveillance areas for cutaneous leishmaniasis in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

536 – Rafaela Dos Anjos Pinheiro Bogoevich Morais, Rodrigo Rodrigues Marinho, José Mário Veloso Peres, Sônia Maria Nogueira Rodrigues, Amaury Bentes Cunha Freire, Juliana Vasconcelos Figueiredo, Kaio Willy Silva Da Silveira, Wanda Silva Costa, Glória Pereira Da Silva, Ediclei Lima Do Carmo and Marinete Marins Póvoa. Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii infection in humans from an Amazonian riverside community, Pará State, Brazil.

571 – Lilian Lima, Martin Santana and Jennyfer Sá. The recurrence of malaria cases in the municipality of Araguatins – TO.

611 – Lorena Dos Santos Feitosa, Sônia Maria Nogueira Rodrigues, Darci Rodrigues Da Silva, Carina Guilhon Sequeira, Tânia Do Socorro Souza Chaves, Ricardo Luiz Dantas Machado, Ana Maria Revoredo Da Silva Ventura and Rosana Maria Feio Libonati. Quality of life to malaria patients from an endemic region of the State of Pará.

612 – Flavia De Souza Cunha, Nycole Abreu Gama, Regina Helena Saramago Peralta, Jose Mauro Peralta, Yara Leite Adami and Jocemir Ronaldo Lugon. Evaluation of the infection frequency of Cryptosporidium spp in hemodialysis patients from Niterói, RJ.

616 – Thaís Castro, Carolina Camargo, Fabiana Casara, Jefferson Macedo, Débora Wopereis, Maria Luiza Buchele, Jairo Ivo Dos Santos, Marilise Rott and Karin Caumo. Acanthamoeba spp. and pathogenic fungi in contact lens cases from healthy individuals and corneal clinical samples.

684 – Alejandro O. Luquetti, Rozângela Amaral de Oliveira, Liliane da Rocha Siriano, Dayse Elisabeth Campos Oliveira, Cicilio Alves de Morais, Suelene Brito do Nascimento Tavares and Ênio Chaves de Oliveira. Relationship among parasitemia and clinical forms in the chronic phase of Chagas Disease.

687 – Daniella Alves, Aline Moraes, Antonio Junior, Gustavo Gonçalves, Mariana Hecht, Nadjar Nitz, Marina Vinaud and Maria Regina Chalita. Acanthamoeba keratitis in a soft contact lens wearer – Case report.

752 – Alejandro O. Luquetti,  Liliane  da  Rocha  Siriano,  Rozângela  Amaral  de  Oliveira, Suelene Brito do Nascimento Tavares and Ênio Chaves de Oliveira. Concentration of antibodies anti- Trypanosoma cruzi in 1,000 chronic infected individuals measured by indirect immunofluorescence.

764 – Gabriela Oliveira, Jéssica Freitas, José Varjão, Juçara Simões, Robert Schaer, Songeli Freire, Roberto Nascimento, Rosely Carvalho, Adélia Pinheiro and Alexandre Munhoz. Frequency of toxoplasmosis in pregnant women attended at the Family Health Units of the city of Ilhéus, BA.

779 – Marcela De Faria Moraes Braga, Deiriene Rodrigues De Oliveira Campos and José Roberto Mineo. Seropositity for Chagas disease among blood donors from Hemocentro de Regional de Uberlândia in the period 2003-2017.

783 – Ana Flávia Lourenço, Vitório Pereira Oliveira and Alexsander Augusto Silveira. Serological evaluation of congenital Toxoplasma gondii and correlation with the severe clinical progression of the disease.

789 – Gabriela Oliveira, Rebeca Cruz, Fabiana Santos, Juçara Simões, Robert Schaer, Songeli Freire, Roberto Nascimento, Rosely Carvalho, Adélia Pinheiro and Alexandre Munhoz. Factors associated with Toxoplasma gondii infection in pregnant women attended at Family Health Units in the city of Ilhéus, BA.

791 – Thais Cabral Monica, Felippe Danyel Cardoso Martins, Ricardo Luís Nascimento De Matos, Fernanda Pinto Ferreira, Marcelle Mareze, Andressa Maria Rorato Nascimento De Matos, Beatriz De Souza Lima Nino, Leia Pereira, Simone Garani Narciso, Regina Mitsuka-Breganó, Roberta Lemos Freire and Italmar Teodorico Navarro. Investigation of toxoplasmosis outbreak in a research institution in the north of Paraná.

817 – Gabriela Oliveira, Anna Luiza Braga, Juçara Simões, Robert Schaer, Songeli Freire, Roberto Meyer Nascimento, Rosely Carvalho, Adélia Pinheiro and Alexandre Munhoz. Determination of risk factors in dogs and cats for toxoplasmosis and absence of correlation between the serology of pregnant women and their animals in the city of Ilhéus, Bahia.

850 – Nora Medrano-Mercado, Tania Alba Medrano, Wilson Trujillo, Karen Ovando, Günter Schaub, Edmundo Carlos Grisard and Mario Steindel. Current prevalence and risk factors related to Chagas disease in Bolivia.

35 – Fábio Bernardo, Adolfo Neto and Carina Franciscato. Complex Bovine Parasitic Sadness: its distinction between disease-causing agents.

49 – Maria Edileuza Da Silva, Cláudia Silva, Andréa Karla Da Silva, Éricka de Albuquerque, Gabriela Galvão, José Apolinário, Sinval Brandão-Filho and Claudio Da Silva. Report of the first autochthonous cases of American tegumentary leishmniasis in pet animals (canines, felines and ovines) in Engenho Jardim, Metropolitan Region of Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil.

98 – Priscila Tucunduva, Mariana Rodrigues and Bruno Berto. Identification and density of coccidian parasites of birds kept in the rehabilitation center of the Serra dos Órgãos National Park, Teresópolis, RJ.

106 – Mariana Oliveira, Mariana Rodrigues, Bruno Berto and Ildemar Ferreira. Identification and density of coccidian parasites (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) of wild birds in a region of Atlantic Forest in southeastern Brazil.

107 – Patrícia Oliveira, Mariana Rodrigues, Lidiane Silva, Matheus Ferreira, Sergian Cardozo and Bruno Berto. Identification and density of coccidian parasites (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) of wild birds in an area of Atlantic Forest near the Serra dos Órgãos National Park.

111 – Samira S. M. Gallo, David S. Lindsay, Nicole B. Ederli, Luanna C. Oliveira and Francisco Carlos R. de Oliveira. The South American opossum, Didelphis aurita, from Brazil as another definitive host for Sarcocystis falcatula-like.

119 – Paulo V. A. Ribeiro, Marco M. Oliveira, Camilla Q. Baesse, Vitor C. M. Tolentino, Luís P. Pires, Luís P. M. Paniago, Giancarlo A. Ferreira, Adriano M. Silva, Celine Melo and Márcia C. Cury. Associations between prevalence of hemoparasites with biomass and body condition of wild birds from Brazilian Cerrado.

121 – Igor Falco Arruda, Wellington Alves De Freitas, Kênia De Fátima Carrijo, Pâmela Figueiredo Pereira, Maria Regina Reis Amendoeira and Patricia Riddell Millar. Occurrence of Toxoplasma gondii infection in slaughtered equidae in Triângulo Mineiro region, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.

189 – Bruna Baccega, Franciéle Souza Masiero, Juliana Montelli Fenalti, Elisa Simone Viegas Sallis, Lucas Souza Quevedo, Nara Amelia Rosa Farias, Natália Soares Martins and José Pablo Villarreal Villarreal. Occurrence of Cryptosporidium spp. oocysts in stool samples of dairy calves.

222 – Alessandra Snak, Felipe Gustavo Garcia, Euclides Mario Pieri, Arielle Aparecida Lara, Ricardo Babinski Bregonde, Juliana Cristine Anzolim, Júlia Angélica Gonçalves Da Silveira and Silvia Cristina Osaki. Study of prevalence of Trypanosoma vivax in dairy cattle on west region of the State of Paraná, Brazil.

255 – Cristiana Cazapal-Monteiro, José Ángel Hernández, Jackson Araújo, Atílio Júnior, Fabián Arroyo, Esther Valderrábano, Maria Silva, Ángel Romasanta, Adolfo Paz-Silva, Rita Sánchez-Andrade and Maria Sol Arias. Application of soil fungi to the control of of eggs of Toxascaris leonina in feces of captive lynxes.

299 – Jorge Miret, Aline Kuhn Sbruzzi Pasquali, Claúdio Adriano Piechnik and Vanete Thomaz Soccol. Serological study and risk factors analysis of canine toxoplasmosis in the border of Paraguay with Brazil and Argentina.

312 – Silvia Cristina Osaki, Priscila Pereira, Wellington Augusto Sinhorini, Luciana Wolfran, Juliana Anzolim, Liliane Aparecida Oliveira de Paula, Richard Pacheco de Campos, Daniel Moura de Aguiar and Dauton Luiz Zulpo. Prevalence of Ehrlichia spp. and Babesia spp. and associated factors, in dogs domiciled in Palotina, Paraná, Brazil.

370 – Jade de Oliveira Melo, Hanstter Hallison Alves Resende, Jaqueline Ataíde Silva Lima, Antonio Roberto Gomes Junior, Marina Clare Vinaud and Ana Maria de Castro. Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in domestic breeding chicken in the metropolitan area of Goiânia, Goiás.

376 – Eduardo José Da Costa Neto, Leonardo Bueno Cruvinel, Hariye Victória Iuasse, Juliana Gonçalves de Souza, João Eduardo Nicaretta and Luiz Fellipe Monteiro Couto. Identification of the species of Eimeria spp. in Bos indicus in the state of Goiás, Brazil.

378 – Ana Carolina Sampaio Bastos, Bruna Azevedo Baêta, Erica Cristina Rocha Roier, Renata Fernandes Ferreira, Matheus Dias Cordeiro, Letícia Rodrigues Leitão Andrade, Yasmim Santos Kaulich de Souza and Adivaldo Henrique Da Fonseca. Serological and epidemiological aspects of Theileria equi in Mangalarga Marchador horses in the region of Vassouras and Barra do Piraí – RJ.

406 – Ana Paula Oliveira-Arbex, Erica Boarato David, Michele Silva Tenorio, Paulo José Pyles Cicchi, Mariella Patti, Silvana Torossian Coradi, Simone Baldini Lucheis and Semíramis Guimarães. Subtype distribution of Blastocystis isolates from wild animals kept in a zoo and conservation units of São Paulo State.

453 – Ricardo Silva Novaes, Adriana Pittella Sudré and Teresa Cristina Bergamo Do Bomfim. Captive-bred neotropical birds diagnosed with Cryptosporidium avian genotype III.

456 – Lidiane Tavares Duarte Berriel, Amanda Gleyce Lima De Oliveira, Adriana Pittella Sudré and Teresa Cristina Bergamo Do Bomfim. Domestic ducks of family Anatidae (Cairina moschata) parasitized with Cryptosporidium raised in rustic aviaries.

573 – Bethania Bastos, Mariana Figueiredo, Flavya Mendes-De-Almeida and Beatriz Brener. Intestinal trichomoniasis in young domestic cats with chronic diarrhea.

583 – Ana Silva, Viviane Barros, Walter Filho, Camila Pedrosa, Lara Silva, Adriane Alcântara, Rinaldo Mota and Wagnner José. Frequency and isolation of Toxoplasma gondii in domestic chicken from Viçosa, Alagoas.

588 – Silvio Rodrigues Da Silva, Wagner De Souza Tassinari and Teresa Cristina Bergamo Do Bomfim. Epidemiological survey of hemoparasites in domiciled dogs: Prevalence and associated risk factors.

628 – Camila Silva, Maria Julia Cunha, Kelem Mota, Leticia Ungari and Marcia Cury.Positivity of Enterocytozoon bieneusi in faecal samples of pigs, cattle and chickens in rural areas of the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

646 – Letícia P. Úngari, Guilherme M.P. Carrara, Kelem C.P. Mota, André L.Q. Santos and Márcia C. Cury. Prevalence of the genus Plasmodium (Apicomplexa: Haemosporida: Plasmodiidae) in free- living and captive reptiles.

681 – Vicente Toscano De Araújo Neto, Pedro Ramon Da Silva Aquino, Raniery De Oliveira Santana, Lucia Maria Da Cunha Galvão and Antônia Claudia Jácome Da Câmara. Natural infection by Trypanosoma cruzi in Canis familiares in rural areas of the State of Rio Grande do Norte.

750 – Amanda Picelli, Lucio Viana, Felipe Pessoa and Igor Kaefer. Malaria parasites (Apicomplexa: Haemosporina) in lizards from Central Amazonia.

755 – Ana Rocha, Álvaro Nascimento, Karolina Gonçalves, Rafael Azevedo, Maria Correa, Caroline Gouveia, Isabela Macedo, Aline Batista, Hélida Andrade, João França-Silva and George Machado- Coelho. Prevalence of canine visceral leishmaniasis, in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

777 – Juliane Nantes, Maria Brigatto, Edvaldo Sales, Jean Zimmer, Erika Martinez, Marcelo Rezende, Carina Oliveira, Heitor Herrera and Daniele Bier. Evaluation of hemoparsis in Chiroptera de Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul.

804 – Rosemeri Teixeira, Larissa Resende, Amanda Alcantara, Alex Santos, Márcia Xavier, Aline Moreira and Nadia Almosny. Anisocytosis indices in dogs with Piroplasmosis: a preliminary study.

810 – Larissa Jesus, Leonardo Magalhães, Renata Assad, Márcia Xavier, Aline Souza and Nayro Alencar. Occurrence of Leishmania spp. in animals attended at a Veterinary University Hospital from June 2014 to June 2016.

829 – Nathalia Maia, Victor Nowosh, Larissa Jesus, Marcia Xavier, Aline Souza and Nádia Almonsy. Study of Canine Pyroplasmosis in a Hospital Population in Niterói, RJ, Brazil.

841 – Mariana Teixeira, Neusa Saltiel Stobbe and Flávio Antônio Pacheco de Araujo. “Seroepidemiology of Leishmania (L.) chagasi in dogs in the Municipality of Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul.

849 – Erica Gaspar Da Silva, Carlos José Saldanha Machado and Rodrigo Machado Vilani. Use of an instrument of controversial public health policy: euthanasia of dogs contaminated by leishmaniasis in Brazil.

851 – Denise Anete Madureira de Alvarenga, Anielle de Pina-Costa, Césare Bianco Junior, Taís Nóbrega de Souza, Alcides Pissinatti, Cláudio Tadeu Daniel Ribeiro and Cristiana Ferreira Alves de Brito. Natural infection of Plasmodium spp in non-human primates in the Brazilian Atlantic forest.

854 – Gabriel Tonelli, Gabriel Barbosa Tonelli, Gabriela Ribeiro Ássimos, Felipe Dutra Rego, Gustavo Mayr de Lima Carvalho, Aline Tarnure, Célia Maria Ferreira Gontijo and José Dilermando Andrade Filho. Study of the vertebrate hosts of leishmaniasis in the private reserve of Natural Heritage Sanctuary of Caraça, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

 

PARASITOS DE ANIMAIS AQUÁTICOS:

41 – Bianca Gonçalves, Gracienhe Santos, Bruna Soares, Adriele Cardoso and Marcos Dias. Antiparasitic activity of the essential oil of Lippia origanoides (Verbenaceae) in native freshwater fish Colossoma macropomum.

45 – Marcelo F. Silva, Rodrigo Feltran and Edilson Matos. Larvae of Contracaecum sp. (Nematoda, Anisakidae) associated to fish of commercial interest in the middle course of the Tocantins river.

48 – Ana Carolina A Camargo, José Luis Luque and Claudia P. Santos. Encotyllabe cf. spari Yamaguti, 1934 (Monogenea), parasites of Orthopristis ruber (Cuvier, 1830) from the Brazilian Coast of Rio de Janeiro.

70 – Michelle Cristie Fonseca, Delir Gomes, Nilza Felizardo, Sérgio São Clemente and Marcelo Knoff. Digenetic trematodes Lecithochirium sp. (Hemiuridae) and Aponurus sp. (Lecithasteridae) in Paralichthys patagonicus Jordan, 1889 collected from the litoral of Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil.

75 – Lucas Keidel, Ana Camargo and Cláudia Santos. Acanthocephalans parasites of Orthopristis ruber (Cuvier, 1830) from the Brazilian Coast off Rio de Janeiro.

96 – Aline M. Silva, Marcelo Knoff, Nilza N. Felizardo, Delir C. Gomes and Sérgio C. São Clemente. Morphological and morphometric characterization and hygienic-sanitary importance of helminths parasites of Lopholatilus villarii Ribeiro, 1915, commercialized in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

146 – Pedro Hercílio De Oliveira Cavalcante, Maralina Torres Da Silva, Vanessa Aparecida Das Chagas Moutinho, Everton Gustavo Nunes Dos Santos, Ana Carolina Alves De Camargo and Cláudia Portes Santos. A new philometrid nematode from the stomach wall of the catfish Pimelodus blochii in northwestern Brazil.

158 – Tiago Milanin, Amanda M. Ribeiro, Marcia R. M. Silva, Luiz Eduardo R. Tavares, Kassia Roberta H. Capodifoglio and Antônio Augusto M. Maia. Morphology and molecular analyzes of Henneguya cf. chydadea, a parasite of Astyanax lacustris from of Mato Grosso do Sul state, Brazil.

176 – Briani Sousa, Marcos Oliveira, Bianca GonÇalves, Ivanildo JÚnior and Marcos Dias. First record of Braga patagonica (Isopoda: Cymothoidae) parasitizing Acestrorhynchus microlepis (Pisces: Acestrorhynchidae).

 

177 – Gracienhe Santos, Marcos Oliveira, LÍgia Neves, Bianca Gonçalves and Marcos Dias. Parasites in Astronotus crassipinnis (Pisces: Cichlidae) from the Jari River, a tributary of the Amazon River in state of Amapá, Northern Brazil.

207 – Alcindo Gomes Pereira Junior, Roger Ferreira, Taina Carvalho, Luziany Rodrigues and Marcela Videira. Ceratomyxa sp. (cnidaria: myxosporea) infecting gallbladders of the freshwater fish Satanoperca jurupari (heckel, 1840) (osteichthyes, cichlidae), in the Rio Curiaú Environmental Protection Area (EPA) in Macapá, Amapá, northern Brazil.

260 – Abraham David Delgado Escalante, Aaron Maguín Mondragón Martínez, Rosa Nérida Martinez Rojas and Manuel Edmundo Tantaleán Vidaurre. Presence of Larval (L3) Contracaecum sp. (Anisakidae) in Hoplerythrinus unitaeniatus (Erythrinidae) of Alto Amazonas. Perú.

329 – Ana Silva, Simone Cohen and Márcia Justo. Monogenoidea parasites of Cichlidae (Perciformes) from Tocantins River, Brazil.

335 – Marcia Justo, Daniele Gen, Maria De Fátima Baptista-Farias and Simone Cohen. Monogenoidea parasites of Auchenipterus nuchalis (Siluriformes) from Tocantins River, north of Brazil.

384 – Raimundo Baia, Marcos Oliveira and Drielly Ferreira. Larvae of Eustrongylides sp. and Contracaecum sp., nematodes with zoonotic potential in carnivorous fish from eastern Amazonia, northern Brazil.

390 – Laís Pauli, Márcia Dimov, Cinthia Aquino, Juliane Soares, Maria Marciano, Augusta Silva and Marianna Rodrigues. Parasites on Theragra chalcogramma fillets.

401 – Tassia Fernanda Furo Gomes, Francisco Tiago Vasconcelos Melo, Adriano Penha Furtado and Jeannie Nascimento Santos.Development of the larval anisakidae in vitro cultivation parasites of the Plagisociom squamosissimus in Amazonia, Brazil.

413 – Luiz Paulo Da Silva Almeida, Lucas Araújo Ferreira, Lucas Nascimento Barbosa, Layse Soares Souza, Antonio Randerson Coutinho Matos, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Ana Nunes Dos Santos, Tinara Leila De Souza Aarão, Adriano Penha Furtado, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos and Francisco Tiago De Vasconcelos Melo. Distribution of Clinostomum sp. metacercariae in infected Poecilia sp. found in a water body of the Federal University of Pará and Mosqueiro Island.

418 – Maria De Fátima Berto, Rayane Duarte, Cassandra Monteiro and Marilia Brasil-Sato. Endoparasitic Fauna of Metynnis lippincottianus (Cope, 1870) (Characiformes: Serrasalmidae) from Três Marias Reservoir, Upper São Francisco River, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

420 – Simone Cohen, Larissa Nascimento, Yuri Meneses, Thiago Trombeta and Marcia Justo. Studies on the diversity of Monogenoidea parasites of Oreochromis niloticus (Perciformes, Cichlidae) from cultivated systems in Brazil.

426 – Mayla Leite, Marcelo Knoff, Nilza Felizardo and Sérgio São Clemente. Anisakidae larvae collected of Balistes capriscus, grey triggerfish, from coast of state of Rio de Janeiro.

461 – Rayane Duarte, Maria De Fátima Berto, Michelle Santos-Clapp and Marilia Brasil-Sato. Ecological Indexes of Parasites of Salminus hilarii Valenciennes, 1850 (Actinopterygii, Bryconidae) From The Upper São Francisco River, Brazil.

464 – Ivanildo Junior, Marcos Oliveira, Briane Sousa, Drielly Ferreira and Marcos Dias. Parasites in gills of Cichla monoculus (Cichlidae) from the Jari River, a tributary of the Amazon River northern Brazil.

470 – Wladson Da Silva Leite, Marcos Sidney Brito Oliveira, Alexandre Renato Pinto Brasiliense, Drielly Oliveira Ferreira and Marcos Tavares-Dias. Probopyrus bithynis (Crustacea: Probopyridae) in Macrobrachium amazonicum (Crustacea: Palaemonidae) from the lower Amazon River (Brazil).

493 – Tainá Martins de Carvalho, Alcindo Gomes Pereira Junior, Roger Ferreira, Arllon Dias, Josilene Chaves, Gabriel Silva and Marcela Videira. Anisakid larva parasitizing Plagioscion squamosissimus (Heckel, 1840) in the estuarine region of the state of Amapá.

494 – Tainá Martins de Carvalho, Roger Ferreira, Alcindo Gomes Pereira Junior and Marcela Videira. Microsporidiosis in Satanoperca jurupari from Rio Curiaú, Amapá, Brazil.

603 – Eline Souza Gomes, Camila Saraiva Dos Anjos, Eurizângela Pereira Dary and Cláudia Pereira de Deus. Endoparasites and diet of juvenile fishes in a macrophyte environment in a floodplain lake in Central Amazonia.

703 – Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira, Rosicléia Serrão Cruz, Marcella Katheryne Marques Bernal, Márcio Alan Oliveira Moura, Ranna Taynara Dos Reis Sousa, Darlene Kássia Queiroz Pantoja, Suellen Da Gama Barbosa Monger, Ynaê Karolina Da Rocha Brasil Diniz, Carolina Rodrigues Melo, Josye Bianca Santos, Raimundo Nonato Moraes Benigno, Vania De Fátima Do Nascimento Cavalcante and Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes. Nematode fauna identified in Lutjanus synagris fish.

718 – Rosicléia Cruz, Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira, Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Marcella Katheryne Marques Bernal, Márcio Alan Oliveira Moura, Ranna Taynara Dos Reis Sousa, Darlene Kássia Queiroz Pantoja, Suellen Da Gama Barbosa Monger, Laura Jamille Argolo Paredes, Karina Ferreira Silveira, Natália Freitas De Souza, Maria Geiciane Manço Souza, Vania De Fátima Do Nascimento Cavalcante and Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes.

718 – Rosicléia Cruz, Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira, Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Marcella Katheryne Marques Bernal, Márcio Alan Oliveira Moura, Ranna Taynara Dos Reis Sousa, Darlene Kássia Queiroz Pantoja, Suellen Da Gama Barbosa Monger, Laura Jamille Argolo Paredes, Karina Ferreira Silveira, Natália Freitas De Souza, Maria Geiciane Manço Souza, Vania De Fátima Do Nascimento Cavalcante and Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes Contamination by larvae of the Anisakidae family in hake, Plagioscion squamosissimus.

722 – Brenda Alencar Oliveira, Camila Saraiva Dos Anjos, Eurizângela Pereira Dary, Célio Ubirajara Magalhães and José Celso De Oliveira Malta. Relation between parasites and food habits in igarapés and floodplain lakes located in the states of Amazonas and Amapá.

811 – Gabrielle Nascimento Costa, Eurizângela Pereira Dary, Camila Saraiva Dos Anjos and Jansen Alfredo Sampaio Zuanon. Are mollusk-eating catfishes (Siluriformes) possible hosts of digenetic trematodes in the Amazon?

821 – Camila S. Anjos, Franciele C. De Souza, Sérgio Santorelli Júnior, Jansen A. S. Zuanon and José C. O. Malta. Relation between body size and parasite load of fishes in small amazonian forest streams.

822 – Brenda Alencar Oliveira, Camila Saraiva Dos Anjos, Jansen Alfredo Sampaio Zuanon and José Celso De Oliveira Malta. Parasites of the digestory tract of two species of Potamotrygon stingrays of Tapajós River, Brazilian Amazon.

830 – Camila S. Anjos, Daniele F. Campos, Eurizângela P. Dary, Eline S. Gomes, Brenda A. Oliveira, Gabrielle N. Costa and Jansen A. S. Zuanon. Do eye fluke parasites interfere with the fish’s health?

 

VETORES:

62 – Jader de Oliveira, Amanda Ravazi, Eder Dos Santos Souza, Felipe Ferraz Figueiredo Moreira, Cleber Galvão, Kaio Cesar Chaboli Alevi and João Aristeu Da Rosa. Study of the salivary glands in Triatominae (Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Triatominae): coloration and its applications to the Chagas disease vectors evolution.

79 – Letícia Yoshie Kochi, Aline Marques Fontana, Gabriel Roger Zanluka, Marcos Tavares, Paulo Faria, Magda Da Costa-Ribeiro and Andrey Andrade.Preliminary inventory of the sand fly fauna (Diptera: Phlebotominae) in Itaperuçu municipality, Paraná state: an endemic area of Americam tegumentary leishmaniasis.

124 – Tâmara Dias Oliveira Machado, Andrey José de Andrade, Marcos Takashi Obara, Tauana De Sousa Ferreira, Alcinei De SouzaSantos Junior, Nathyla Morgana Cunha Sales and Rodrigo Gurgel-Gonçalves. Environmental characterization of positive domiciliary units for sand flies (Diptera, Psychodidae) in Palmas, Tocantins.

169 – Karoleska Ribeiro de Queiroz, Ana Paula Melo Mariano, Queliane Santos Souza, Marcelo Costa Campos Filho, Pedro Costa Campos Filho and Silvia Maria Santos Carvalho. Insects of the order Diptera as Mechanical Vectors of enteroparasitoses of medical interest.

180 – Gabriela Da Silva De Freitas, Fernanda Neves Baroni, Felipe Tavares Rodrigues, Larissa Raquel Kleming, Marcos Roberto Pereira Cardozo, Mariana Dos Passos Nunes, Tais Caceres, Thaís Aguiar Coelho, Valéria Magalhães Aguiar, Cláudia Soares Santos Lessa and Paulo Cesar Alves.Epidemiological profile cases of Myiasis associated with infectious and metabolic diseases during the period from 2008 to 2017 treated at the Federal Hospital of Andaraí.

214 – Juliana Damieli Nascimento, Aline Rimoldi Ribeiro, Danila Blanco Carvalho, Rossana Falcone and João Aristeu Rosa. Phylogenetic analysis of Rhodnius sp. (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) through two mitochondrial genes.

241 – Heloisa Pinotti, Aline Rimoldi Ribeiro, Sueli Gardim and João Aristeu Da Rosa. Morphometric and molecular study of wild populations and laboratory colonies of Triatoma rubrovaria (Hemiptera: Reduviidae).

269 – Daniel Costa Queiroz, Antonio Mendes-Sousa, Vladimir Fazito Vale, Leonardo Barbosa Koerich, Luciano Andrade Moreira, Marcos Horácio Pereira, Maurício Roberto Sant’Anna, Ricardo Nascimento Araújo and Nelder De Figueiredo Gontijo. The salivary complement inhibitor from Anopheles aquasalis (Diptera, Culicidae) belongs to the gSG7 family of salivary proteins.

302 – Cláudia Alves de Andrade Coelho, Nataly Araujo de Souza, Vanderlei Campos Da Silva, Jacenir Dos Santos Mallet, Elizabeth Ferreira Rangel, Fernando Genta and João Kill.Effect of azadirachtin on the fine structure of the midgut of Lutzomyia longipalpis female.

325 – Simone Miranda Costa, José Luís Passos Cordeiro and Elizabeth Ferreira Rangel. Environmental suitability for Lutzomyia (Nyssomyia) whitmani in association with American Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (ACL) in Brazil, through the Ecological Niche Modeling.

331 – Yrllan Ribeiro Sincurá, Amanda de Oliveira Baracho, Emerson Cotta Bodevan, Cristiane Fernanda Fuzer Grael and Ricardo Andrade Barata. Toxicity of the Protium heptaphyllum (Burseraceae) on Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae), a proven vector of visceral leishmaniasis in Brazil.

332 – Rodrigo Silva, Rafela Paim, Marcos Pereira and Leonardo Koerich. The male fertility gene kl-3 is linked to the Y chromosome of the kissing bug Triatoma infestans.

334 – Amanda de Oliveira Baracho, Yrllan Ribeiro Sincurá, Emerson Cotta Bodevan, Cristiane Fernanda Fuzer Grael and Ricardo Andrade Barata. Effect of hidroethanolic extract of Caryocar brasiliense (Camb.) on Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae), a proven vector of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Brazil.

339 – Hanid Versiani, Rodrigo Gurgel-Gonçalves, Larissa Magalhães, Renata Timbó, João Paulo Conceição, Klauss Garcia, Thais Souza- Minuzzi, Nadjar Nitz, Glauco Macedo, Elisa Vianna, Luciana Freire, Israel Moreira, Lorrainy Bartasson, Bruno Carvalho, Walter Ramalho, Marcos Obara, Taís Araújo and Gustavo Gomes. Mosquito density in areas with and without Pyriproxyfen dissemination stations in São Sebastião, Federal District of Brazil.

341 – Eduarda Souza, Mateus Campolina, Rafaela M M Paim, Marcos Horácio Pereira and Leonardo Koerich. Identification and characterization of the sex determination genes of Rhodnius prolixus.

353 – Elaine Dworak, Miyoko Massago, Lucimara Beletini, Ana Paula de Abreu, Elisama Da Silva and Max Jean Toledo. Sympatry influence in the interaction between Trypanosoma cruzi and triatomine.

354 – Mariana Silva, Filipe Reis, Renata Timbó, Luciana Freire, Thaís Minuzzi-Souza and Rodrigo Gonçalves. Infestation of a captive- hedgehog unit by Panstrongylus megistus (Triatominae) at the Brasília Zoo.

356 – Mariana Silva, Filipe Reis, Renata Timbó, Thaís Minuzzi-Souza and Rodrigo Gurgel-Gonçalves. Occurrence of sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) at the Brasilia Zoo.

414 – Glennyha F. Duarte, Dayane B. Macedo and Christian Luz. A simple device to feed triatomines.

417 – Cauê T. Mira, Natane C. S. Purgato, Vinícius C. Silva, Maria L. Paseto, Bruno Bargugiani and Patricia J. Thyssen. Evaluation of the attractiveness of Fanniidae (Insecta: Diptera) to different types of baits in the Caatinga and Atlantic Forest biomes and their relevance to human and animal health.

439 – Vanessa Piasa, Gelson Fiorentin, Raquel Fortes and Everton Rodrigues. Formicidade (Hymenoptera) as Pathogens Carrier In Public Preschool Enviornment In The South Of Brazil.

440 – Katherine Mosquera and Marcelo Lorenzo. Specific patterns of shelter exploitation in species of the genus Rhodnius.

442 – Francimeire Gomes Pinheiro and Fabianne Monteiro Da Silva. Cemetery: strategic point in the proliferation of Aedes aegypti and A. albopictus in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil.

444 – Katherine Mosquera and Marcelo Lorenzo. Lack of fecal aggregation signals in species of the genus Rhodnius.

446 – Natane Purgato, Cauê Mira, Vinícius Silva, Patricia Thyssen and Arício Linhares. Evaluation of the attractiveness to baits in the survey of blowflies and flesh flies (Insecta: Calliphoridae and Sarcophagidae) and their importance in the context of human and animal health.

452 – Lucas Abrantes Da Silva, Aline Rimoldi Ribeiro, Jader de Oliveira, Mario Oliveira, Cleonara Bedin, Fernada Mello and João Aristeu Da Rosa.Collection of Triatominae .

460 – Tauana De Sousa Ferreira, Tâmara Dias Oliveira Machado, Thaís Tamara Minuzzi-Souza, Luciana Pereira Freire, Renata Velôzo Timbó, Tamires Emanuele Vital, Nadjar Nitz, Marcos Takashi Obara, Andrey José de Andrade and Rodrigo Gurgel-Gonçalves. Potential Leishmania spp. vectors in the municipality of Palmas, Tocantins, Brazil.

463 – Vivian Marina Gomes Barbosa Lage, Camila Dias Santana, Epaminondas Do Patrocínio, Rejane Peixoto Noronha, Ricardo Lopes de Melo, Suzana Telles Da Cunha Lima and Cristiane de Jesus Barbosa.Detection of Nosema ceranae in Apis melifera in Bahia State.

485 – Nathália Oliveira, Rita Souza and Lileia Diotaiuti.Commercial repellents inhibit contact between vectors of Chagas disease and hosts.

503 – Eric Fabricio Marialva, Andreza Carvalho, Emanuelle Farias, Claudia Maria Rios Velasquez and Felipe Arley Costa Pessoa. Life cycle, fertility and longevity of Migonemyia migonei (Diptera, Psychodidae, Phlebotominae), under laboratory conditions.

508 – Marcia Santos, Izis Sucupira, Thiago Santos, Ana Santos, Raimundo Lacerda and Marinete Póvoa. Morphological identification of Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) nuneztovari complex in Belo Monte hydroelectric areas.

509 – Joseane C Castro, Beatriz Mendonça, Raquel M Almeida, Lilian L Bueno, Ricardo T Fujiwara, Thales A Barçante and Joziana M P Barçante. Description of sandfly fauna in Lavras, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

512 – Lorena C. S. Lima, Paulo A. C. Rodrigues, Carmeci N. Elias, Camila A. Romano, Heloisa H. G. Da Silva and Ionizete G. Da Silva.Behavior of oviposition of Aedes aegypti females to extrinsic factors.

531 – Thayara Batista, Ronald Rodrigues, Raimundo Carvalho and Helena Keiko Toma. Investigation of tabanids as possible pathogens vectors in Marambaia Island – RJ.

597 – Priscilla Maria Peixoto Patricio, Elizabete Captivo Lourenço and Kátia Maria Famadas. Blood-sucking insects of bats in urban roost in the State of Rio de Janeiro.

602 – Antonio Emanuel Holanda Dias Cavalcanti, Edilton Pereira de Assis Filho, Geane Maria de Oliveira Gonçalves Ferreira, Liliane Barbosa Amorim, Jurandir Alves de Almeida Júnior, Vânia Do Nascimento Nunes, Carlos Messias de Mendonça, Cláudia Maria Fontes de Oliveira, Renato Lira Barbosa and Maria Alice Varjal de Melo Santos. Effectiveness of spatial application of biolarvicide Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis on complementary control of Aedes aegypti in urban areas,

623 – Francisco De Assis Saraiva Pereira, Igor Monteiro Albuquerque and Sílvia Cássia Brandão Justiniano. Phlebotomines (Diptera: Psychodidae) in forest fragments of the city of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil.

630 – Newmar Pinto Marliere, Rafaela Magalhães M. Paim, Marcelo Gustavo Lorenzo, Marcos Horácio Pereira and Alessandra A. Guarneri. The foraging gene and locomotory activity in Rhodnius prolixus.

683 – Bruno Carvalho, Shannon McIntyre, Simone M. Da Costa, Margarete M. S. Afonso, Thiago V. Dos Santos, Paul Ready and Elizabeth Rangel. Impacts of climate change on the spatial distribution of the main vectors of leishmaniasis from Brazil: preliminary findings.

689 – Nathan Ravi Medeiros Honorato, Raniery De Oliveira Santana, Cléber De Mesquita Andrade and Antônia Cláudia Jácome Da Câmara. Evaluation of entomological indicators and natural Trypanosoma cruzi infection in triatomine captured in rural zones in Acari, Marcelino Vieira and Parelhas – Rio Grande do Norte.

692 – Jordam Silva, Gervilane Lima, Heliana Belchior, Claudia Ríos- Velasquez, Sergio Luz and Felipe Pessoa. Ecological aspects of putative vectors of Mayaro virus in vertical and horizontal stratification on forest and synanthropic environments in a rural settlement in Amazonas, Brazil.

700 – Mauricio Roberto Viana Sant’Anna, Tatiana Lima-Silva, Eric Pearce Caragata, Luciano Andrade Moreira, Roenick Provetti Olmo, João Trindade Marques, Marcos Horácio Pereira, Ricardo Nascimento Araújo and Nelder Figueiredo Gontijo. The aminosugar galactosamine modulates pathogen burden in Nematoceran diptera.

711 – Thaila Pessanha, Heitor Herrera, Ana Maria Jansen and Alena IÑiguez. Molecular Identification of Blood Meal Sources and Trypanosoma spp. infection in Triatomines from Pantanal Biome.

715 – Denise Barguil Nepomuceno, Ricardo Nascimento Araújo, Marcos Horácio Pereira, Maurício Roberto Viana Sant’Anna and Nelder Figueiredo Gontijo. A new fluorescent method to study pH control in Lutzomyia longipalpis midgut.

724 – Rafaela M M Paim, Bruno W L Nascimento, Ana Mércia D Nascimento, Dimitri E Pacheco, Ricardo N Araujo, Mauricio R V Sant’Anna, Nelder F Gontijo and Marcos H Pereira. Nitric oxide trafficking among Rhodnius prolixus (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) salivary gland and host skin molecules during the vector blood intake.

730 – Ulisses Antônio Natividade, Luciana Ramos Dias, Angelita De Paula Pimenta, Marcia Pimenta Ferreira, Luiza Rodrigues Moreira Guerra, Denise Barguil Nepomuceno, Liléia Diotaiuti, Nelder Figueiredo Gontijo, Marcos Horácio Pereira, Maurício Roberto Sant’Anna, Grasielle Caldas Pessoa, Rita De Cássia Souza and Ricardo Nascimento Araújo. Salivary immunogenic antigens and evaluation of its role as a vector-host contact marker.

732 – Ana Carolina Marinho Santos, Marcos Horácio Pereira, Nelder De Figueiredo Gontijo, Ricardo Nascimento Araújo and Mauricio Roberto Viana Sant’Anna. Feeding behaviour of Amblyomma sculptum (Acari:Ixodidae), the main vector of Brazilian Spotted Fever.

737 – Angelita De Paula Pimenta, Ulisses Antônio Natividade, Márcia Pimenta Ferreira, Denise Barguil Nepomuceno, Dimitri Emiliano Pacheco, Rafaela Magalhães Paim, Grasielle Caldas Pessoa, Maurício Roberto Sant’Anna, Nelder Gontijo Figueiredo, Ricardo Nascimento Araújo and Marcos Horácio Pereira. Evaluation of parental RNAi in Rhodnius prolixus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae).

758 – Vitória C. Campos, Juscelino Rodrigues, Richard A. Humber and Christian Luz. Does entomopathogenic Culicinomyces clavisporus persist in Aedes aegypti during metamorphosis?

772 – Raniery De Oliveira Santana, Andressa Noronha Barbosa Da Silva, Nathan Ravi De Medeiros Honorato, Pedro Ramon Da Silva Aquino, Vicente Toscano De Araújo Neto and Antônia Cláudia Jácome Da Câmara. Susceptibility of Triatoma brasiliensis (Hemiptera: Reduviidae, Triatominae) to infection by Trypanosoma cruzi isolates (Kinetoplastida, Trypanosomes) of Rio Grande do Norte.

773 – Eric Fabricio Marialva, Andreza Carvalho, Emanuelle Farias, Claudia Maria Ríos-Velasquez and Felipe Arley Costa Pessoa. Oviposition preference on different substrates, under laboratory conditions of Migonemyia migonei (Diptera, Psychodidae, Phlebotominae).

781 – Arduina Sofia Ortet de Barros Vasconcelos Fidalgo, Alanna Carla Da Costa, Erlane Chaves Freitas, José Damião Da Silva Filho, Mônica Coelho Andrade, Julieth Mesquita Lacerda, Ana Raquel Pereira Lima, Amanda Diéssica Oliveira Da Silva and Maria De Fátima Oliveira. Entomological study of Trypanosoma cruzi transmitter vectors.

818 – Claudia Maria Rios Velásquez, Ana Paula Sampaio Feitosa, Jana Sandes, Jordam William Pereira Silva, Marlos Chaves, Felipe Arley Costa Pessoa, Luis Carlos Alves and Fabio Andre Brayner. The Plasmodium vivax development through the Anopheles aquasalis midgut.

838 – Marcos Daniel Filgueiras, Larissa Tainara Passos Rodrigues, Elen Regozino Muniz, Clara Morato, Caio Marcio De Oliveira Monteiro and Éverton Kort Kamp Fernandes. Association of vegetable alkaloid and entomopathogenic fungi to control Musca domestica.

848 – Cláudia Patrícia Da Silva Tavares, Michael Rubem M. Tiago, Rosemary Aparecida Roque and Wanderli Pedro Tadei. Larvicidal activity of fungal isolates obtained metabolites broths from the soil of the Bosque da Ciência/INPA Manaus/AM, against larvae of Anopheles spp.

856 – Marcela Figueiredo, Geovany A.Gomes, Jayme M Santangelo, Cecília Stahl, Emerson G.Pontes, Patrícia Azambuja, Elói S.Garcia and Mario G.De Carvalho. Lethal and sublethal effects of Essential Oil and Monoterpenes from Lippia sidoides (Verbenaceae) on Chagas’ disease vector Rhodnius prolixus.

857 – Cecília Stahl, Peter J.Waniek, Marcela B.Figueiredo, Daniele P.Castro and Patrícia Azambuja. The NF-κB transcription factor inhibitor IMD-0354 affects Rhodnius prolixus immune system and bacterial gut microbiota.

 dia – 05/09/2017

EDUCAÇÃO E ENSINO NA PARASITOLOGIA:

57 – Andreza Ramos Rodrigues, Anna Luiza Fernandes Finkelstein, Alynne Da Silva Barbosa, Luciano Antunes Barros, Marcus Vinicius Maia Ribeiro, Otilio Machado Pereira Bastos and Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa. Virtual Atlas of Parasitology: evaluation, remodeling and enlargement.

58 – Dessirer Netto Acruchi, Andreza Ramos Rodrigues, Mayara Romling Nogueira, Aline Teixeira Duarte, Augusto Cezar Pereira Bastos, Danuza Mattos, Ana Luiza Bastos, Alynne Da Silva Barbosa, Otilio Machado Pereira Bastos and Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa. Louse: what is this?

60 – Ana Carolina Santos Da Silva, Carla Do Nascimento Barbara, Laura Rocha Guerino, Maria Aparecida De Oliveira Silva, Patricia Do Carmo Pires Camargo, Rafael Gonzaga Dos Santos, Thawany De Oliveira Rodrigues and Hélio Rodrigues Junior. Discovering parasitosis: Educational games for Science Education.

61 – Daniela Lopes, Adriana Mainenti, Magda Sanches, Delir Gomes and Marcelo Knoff. Type material housed in the Helminthological Collection of the Oswaldo Cruz Institute/ Fiocruz (CHIOC) from 1979 to 2016.

64 – Domênica Miranda Hespanhol, Lucas Marinho Rossi, Andreza Ramos Rodrigues, Alynne Da Silva Barbosa, Danuza Mattos, Otilio Machado Pereira Bastos and Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa. Knowledge about intestinal parasitosis of responsible adults for school children in Niterói, RJ.

118 – Heloá Carlos, Ruth Braz and Suzete Gomes. Didatic games on intestinal parasites for deaf and hearing impaired students.

128 – Alessandra Gomes, Adriana Mainenti, Daniela Lopes, Delir Gomes and Marcelo Knoff. Method of conservation and quantitative analysis of the specimens deposited in preservative liquids in the Helminthological Collection of the Instituto Oswaldo Cruz/ Fiocruz (CHIOC).

140 – Magda Sanches, Beatriz Brener, Delir Gomes and Marcelo Knoff. Checklist of Nematoda parasites of humans deposited in Helminthological Collection of the Oswaldo Cruz Institute, Brazil.

141 – Adriana Mainenti, Alessandra Gomes, Daniela Lopes, Delir Gomes and Marcelo Knoff. Recovery of samples from the Helminthological Collection of the Oswaldo Cruz Institute/ Fiocruz (CHIOC) with rehydration technique.

173 – Clélia Christina Mello-Silva, Vanessa Valladares, Ana Margarida Ribeiro Do Amaral, Vitor Hugo Martins and Mauro Guimarães. Climate changes as modulator of parasitic relationships: a study of art.

187 (193) – Pamela Silva, Daiana Xavier and Camila Valencio. Educational actions in elementary schools involving the topic of pediculosis.

191 – Ana Maria Concatto, Vanessa Valladares, Jessica Detrano, Jessica Santos, Nathalye Candido, Amanda Gleyce Oliveira and Clélia Christina Silva. The neglect of the concept of parasitism in elementary, high school and graduation textbooks.

205 – Marcelo Andreetta Corral, Denicar Lina Nascimento Fabris, Silvia Beatriz Boscardin and Beatriz Simonsen Stolf. Evaluation of the usage of distinct methodologies in the teaching of parasitology in a biomedical sciences degree courseat a state-funded university.

232 – Jorge L. N. Souza, Carlikelly G. Silva, Ana K. Q. Silva, Iasmim S. Mangabeira E Silva, Henrique R. Medeiros and Lilian G. Zaros. Introducing veterinary parasitology in school.

233 – Jorge L. N. Souza, Carlikelly G. Silva, Ana K. Q. Silva, Iasmim S. Mangabeira E Silva, Henrique R. Medeiros and Lilian G. Zaros. Assessment of the methodological strategies adopted for the teaching of helminthology in the community.

254 – Clara D. Alves, Jorge L. N. Souza, Carlikelly G. Silva, Ana K. Q. Silva, Iasmim S. Mangabeira E Silva, Henrique R. Medeiros and Lilian G. Zaros. Characterization of life habits and socioeconomic status of students who participated in actions involving health education.

355 – Elda Gonçalves Dos Santos, Diego Fernandes Vilas Boas, Ingrid Caroline Theodoro, Raissa Rosa Da Silva, Ivo Santana Caldas, Raquel Lopes Martins Souza and Herminia Yohko Kanamura. Ludic strategies applied to the parasitology teaching, in a extension project with children of elementary school.

383 – Karine Rezende-Oliveira, Nathalia Sousa Lima, Lorena Vilela Junqueira, Eduarda Luiza Silva, César Gómez-Hernández, Márcia Benedita Oliveira Silva, Sérgio Gonçalves and Renata Gregório Franco Moura. Health promotion focusing on intestinal parasites in a settlement community of agrarian reform in the Minas Gerais states.

404 – Wagner Costa, Tania Araújo-Jorge, Margarete Afonso, Angela Ostritz, Erica Santos, João Oliveira and Elizabeth Rangel. Integrated health education to social technology in the prevention of transmission of American cutaneous leishmaniasis; health education; monitoring and control of vectors; social technology.

423 – Emille Cássia Espirito Santo, Michelle Cristie Fonseca, Delir Gomes and Marcelo Knoff. Initial number of corrections of information inconsistencies presented by the Helminthological Collection of Oswaldo Cruz Institute (CHIOC) database, Brazil.

432 – Ana Carolina Fonseca Lindoso Melo, Milton Bezerra Pinheiro Neto, Jorge Brian Cavalcante Portela de Almeida, Alyne Santana Do Nascimento Castro, Carol Anne Da Silva Fernandes, Anna Karolyne Martins de Mesquita, Sarah Morais de Sousa, Taciana Silveira, Débora Castelo Branco de Souza Collares Maia and Reginaldo Almeida Da Trindade. Teaching Human Parasitology: use of digital information and communication technologies.

477 – Cibele Velleda Dos Santos, Tanise Freitas Bianchi, Sabrina Jeske, Ítalo Ferreira de Leon, Micaele Quintana de Moura, Luis Felipe Telles, Tânia Stasiak Wilhelms, Cleonara Bedin and Marcos Marreiro Villela. Illustrative calendar: a tool for continuing education for the community in the prevention of the Chagas disease vectors.

478 – Tanise Freitas Bianchi, Cibele Velleda Dos Santos, Sabrina Jeske, Diego Santos Madia, Rafael Martins Alves, Tânia Stasiak Wilhelms, Cleonara Bedin and Marcos Marreiro Villela.Elaboration of an educational video about Chagas disease.

481 – Marco M. Oliveira, Paulo V. A. Ribeiro and Márcia C. Cury. Didatic Game for the Teaching of Parasitology in Basic Education.

496 – Nilo Manoel Pereira Vieira Barreto, Carlos Fernando Carvalho Da Silva, Fernanda Maria Lessa Carvalho, Weslei Almeida Costa Araújo and Jules Ramon Brito Teixeira. Analysis of the epidemiological triad of parasitic diseases and their relation with basic sanitation: an integrative literature review.

525 – Matheus Luiggi Freitas Barbosa, Tiago Paixão Ribeiro Sousa, Joana Andressa Pinheiro Rodrigues, Isaac Ramon Barbosa Lopes, Lylia Borges Oliveira, Francisco Michael Junior Costa and Luanna Soares Melo Evangelista. Importance of the discipline Parasitology for students of Veterinary Medicine.

552- Adrianne Carioca, Flávia Paiva Dias and Kilma Neves. Educational Action in the School Environment for Malaria Prevention.

553 – Adrianne Carioca, Flávia Paiva Dias and Kilma Neves. Knowing Ticks in School Environment.

561- Larissa Matos, Elizabeth Rodrigues, Patrique Acosta, Avani Matos and Marcos Villela. Analysis of textbooks on Chagas disease.

577 – Isabella Maxwell Paulino Fernandes, Tatiane Marques Santos, Antônio Barbosa Silva Júnior, Luana Da Silva Fururi and Vanessa Paulino Da Cruz Vieira. Verminosis: perception of students of technical courses integrated to the high school of the North of Minas Gerais- Salinas Campus.

591 – Maria Do Carmo Ferreira, Gabriel De Oliveira Teixeira, Luciana Gomes Monteiro, Raysa Rangel Marques and Pedro Henrique Da Silva Mascarenhas. Parasitoses Prevention Fair: a strategy in the emancipated education for undergraduates.

598 – Priscilla Maria Peixoto Patrício, Elizabete Captivo Lourenço and Kátia Maria Famadas. Hematophagous bats-parasites and their zoonoses: notions of population health of passers-by from two municipalities of Rio de Janeiro.

613 – Thainá Melo, Vera L. V. Agarez, Renata H. Neves and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Health Education: How Parasitology is being approached in the basic health units in the city of Rio de Janeiro?

624 – Alinne Petris, Rafaely Dos Santos Zenni, Juliana Lenzi and Júlio César Souza Junior. Parasitological memory game: a strategy for learning and teaching parasitology.

629 – Phelipe Austríaco-Teixeira, Maria Fantinatti, Tiara Figueredo, Thuany Costa, Érica Veríssimo, Marilene De Paula and Alda Da- Cruz. Health education with children in a educational institution of Belford Roxo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: prevention strategy for intestinal parasites.

638 – Débora Ánjos, Alfred Scholl Franco, Ana Carolina Matheus, Andressa Nunes and Joyce Nascimento. Education and health about parasitology at formal and informal educational spaces in State of Rio de Janeiro.

668 – Frederico Ribeiro Alves Passos, Rita De Cassia Aurnheimer, Ludmila Alburqueque and Namir Moreira. Extension project “dia de campo”: promoting public health.

674 – Débora Ánjos, Liliani Medeiros, Ana Carolina Matheus and Andressa Nunes. Education by scientific literacy.

686 – Margarete Martins Dos Santos Afonso, Wagner Alexandre Costa, Cristina Giordano, Julia Dos Santos Silva, Antônio Luis Ferreira De Santana, Adriana Zwetsch and Elizabeth Ferreira Rangel. Health education activities as tools for surveillance and health promotion in the first urban focus of visceral leishmaniasis of Rio de Janeiro municipality, RJ, Brazil.

710 – Carlos Eduardo Da Silva Filomeno, Karine Gomes Leite, Julia Silva Dos Santos, Thainá Pereira de Souza, Andreia Carolinne Souza Brito, Thayssa Da Silva, Shayane Martins Gomes, Bianca Domingues Ventura, Luan Almeida Carvalho Da Cunha, Renata Heisler Neves and José Roberto Machado-Silva. The performance of an academic league of Parasitology (LIPAR) in health education.

712 – Danuza Pinheiro Bastos Garcia Mattos, Marcos Paulo Alves Santos, Ana Franceschina Castro Ciambarella, Manuela Albernaz Monteiro, Pâmela Pinto Belfort, Patrícia Riddell Millar, Adriana Pittella Sudré and Daniela Leles. Distance learning tools as alternatives to improve on-going learning in Parasitology – experiences and observations.

731 – Karolina Freitas, Amarilis Paiva, Camila Souza and Patricia Camera. The biomedicine in the prevention, detection and control of infectious-parasitic diseases in elementary school students of a municipal school in the west zone of Rio de Janeiro – RJ.

742 – Samara Araújo, Brendo Sousa, Marília Chaves, Regivaldo Sousa, Caliandra Lima, Cristine Monteiro and Marília Cavalcanti. Health education: dipterous vectors of parasitoses and other diseases.

748 – Larissa Gabriela Vasconcelos Martins and Renata Antonaci Gama. Didatics methods of teaching and information: preparation of informative booklet and musical parody about myiases.

753 – Jonatas Pereira de Lima, Samara Vitória Ferreira de Araújo, Maria De Fátima Camarotti and Caliandra Maria Bezerra Luna Lima. Education in health as a tool for sensibilization and prevention of intestinal parasitosis in children in a school of the city of João Pessoa.

770 – Valdievanês Veloso Nunes and Marlúcia Da Silva Bezerra Lacerda. Teaching parasitology and learning about parasitic diseases in public schools in Piauí, Brazil.

823 – Aline Souza, Marcia Xavier, Larissa Lourrane Jesus, Santila Bravo, Liz Souza and Nadia Regina Almosny. Awareness Campaign on Vector-borne Diseases at Niteroi City, Rio de Janeiro.

831 – Jacqueline Barreto Farias, Débora Guerra Neves, Cheila Mendes Santos, Flamelia Carla Silva Oliveira, Paula Carvalho Magalhães, Manuela Alves Rodrigues and Sara Vales Leal Neta. Educational intervention and research of enteroparasitoses in public school in the municipality of Ilhéus-Bahia.

845 – Michele Andrade, Suzana Souza, Danrley Godoi, Camila Silva, Isadora Garbe, Juliane Greinert-Goulart and Guilherme Steadele. Construction of didactic books on the main enteroparasitor that affect children and adolescents on school age, Blumenau – Santa Catarina.

862 – Heliana Batista de Oliveira, Randys Caldeira Gonçalves and Guilherme Malafaia. Information found in biology textbooks on infectious and parasitic diseases that caused the most hospitalization in the state of Goiás.

 

ENTEROPARASITOS:

415 – Lucas Araújo Ferreira, Luiz Paulo Da Silva Almeida, Lucas Nascimento Barbosa, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos, Francisco Tiago De Vasconcelos Melo and Tinara Leila De Souza Aarão. Geohelminth survey on the sand beach in Copacabana, city of Rio de Janeiro-RJ.

421 – Daniel Felix Dos Santos, Francisco Tiago de Vasconcelos Melo, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos, Ricardo Ishak and Adriano Furtado. Water: one of the greatest Amazonian riches may be the greatest vehicle of intestinal parasites for human populations.

473 – Lucas Nascimento Barbosa, Luiz Paulo Da Silva Almeida, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Francisco Tiago De Vasconcelos Melo and Tinara Leila De Souza Aarão. Parasitological survey on sandy soil on the beaches of the Administrative District of Caratateua and Mosqueiro in the municipality of Belém-PA.

5 – Marília Ferreira-Lima, Antonio Francisco Malheiros and Thaísa Fernanda Lima. Intestinal Parasites in schoolchildren of rural communities of Cáceres, Mato Grosso: an educational intervention.

6 – MarÍlia Ferreira-Lima, Antonio Francisco Malheiros and Thaísa Fernanda Lima. Parasitological profile of children assisted by two Family Health Strategies of Cáceres, Mato Grosso, Brazil.

27 – Lucas Veloso Perim, NatÁlia Carneiro CustÓdio, VictÓria De Castro Vieira Lima, Juliana Boaventura Avelar, Jaqueline Ataide Silva Lima, Daniella Sousa Mendes Moreira Alves, Ana Maria De Castro and Hanstter Hallison Alves Rezende. Parasites in salads of restaurantes of Aparecida de Goiânia, Goiás.

28 – NathÁlia Miguel Costa Monteiro, Alexandre Abdelaziz Rodrigues, Carolina Araujo GonÇalves, Rafael Campos Oliveira, Juliana Boaventura Avelar, Jaqueline AtaÍde Silva Lima, Ana Maria De Castro and Hanstter Hallison Alves Rezende. Prevalence of larva migrans in parks and squares in the city of Aparecida de Goiânia, Goiás.

54 – Fernando Costa, Ana Carolina Nepomucena, Lilliana Marinho, Mylena Correa and Kamilla Pires. Parasitological analysis of medicinal herbs marketed in the free fairs of the city of Belem, Para, Brazil.

66 – Lucas Marinho Rossi, Domênica Miranda Hespanhol, Andreza Ramos Rodrigues, Juliana Da Silva Matos, Elida Mateus de Almeida, Anna Luiza Fernandes Finkelstein, Dessirer Netto Achuchi, Alynne Da Silva Barbosa, Danuza Mattos, Otilio Machado Pereira Mattos and Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa. Intestinal parasites in schoolchildren from Niterói, RJ.

87 – Roberta De Lima, Gislaine Aparecida Teixeira and Diego Averaldo Guiguet Leal. Evaluation of the sensitivity of detection of helminthes eggs in lettuces (Lactuca sativa) to assess the contamination of vegetables derived from conventional and organic culture systems in Curitiba and Metropolitan Region.

103 – Karoleska Ribeiro de Queiroz, Ana Paula Melo Mariano and Queliane Santos Souza. Detection of enteroparasites in schoolchildren in Ilhéus-BA.

151 – Thiago De Almeida E Silva, Ana Luiza Aguiar Ávila, Gabriel Antonelli, Hanstter Hallison Alves Rezende, Juliana Boaventura Avelar, Jaqueline Ataide Silva Lima, Daniella Silva Mendes Moreira Alves and Ana Maria De Castro. Parasitological analysis of fruit sould on market streets in Aparecida de Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil.

162 – Luiz Eloi De Mendonça Neto and Maria Anilda Dos Santo Araújo. Intestinal parasites in children units of education municipality of Santo Antonio bar – Alagoas.

224 – Rita Maria Silva, Cybele Gargioni, Raquel Lopes M Souza Lopes M. Souza, Rosângela Vieira Siqueira, Amanda Aparecida Felizardo and Herminia Yohko Kanamura. Comparative study of intestinal parasitic infections among schoolchildren of four municipalities in the south/southwestern region of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

230 – Aline Borges Cardoso, Simone Mousinho Freire, Jurecir Da Silva and Emille Andrade Sousa Andrade Sousa. Intestinal parasites in children aged 3 to 10 years in Teresina-PI.

234 – Anna Karolyne Martins de Mesquita, Sarah Morais de Sousa, Khryslandia Karine Moura Sampaio, Milton Bezerra Pinheiro Neto, Débora Castelo Branco de Souza Collares Maia, Reginaldo Almeida Da Trindade and Ana Carolina Fonseca Lindoso Melo. Prevalence of intestinal parasites in children enrolled in a daycare center in the city of Fortaleza, Ceará.

243 – Silvia Regina Baraldi, Camila Cabral Campos, Ingrid Caroline Theodoro, Raquel Lopez Martins Souza, Rosangela Vieira Siqueira, Rita Maria Da Silva and Herminia Yohko Kanamura. Intestinal parasitic infections in children attending daycare center in Alfenas, southern Minas Gerais, Brazil.

275 – Gustavo M. Vieira, Eneide Aparecida S. Venazzi, Jorge Juarez V. Teixeira, Andrea Claudia B. S. Fernandes, Maria Teresinha G. Casavechia and Gessilda De A. N. de Melo. Creation and implementation of an epidemiological database on intestinal parasites of patients of the Clinical Parasitology Laboratory.

379 – Sarah Morais de Sousa, Anna Karolyne Martins de Mesquita, Khryslandia Karine Moura Sampaio, Milton Bezerra Pinheiro Neto, Débora Castelo Branco de Souza Collares Maia, Reginaldo Almeida Da Trindade and Ana Carolina Fonseca Lindoso Melo. Estimate of the risk factors for the occurrence of enteroparasites in children residing in Fortaleza, Ceará.

454 – Juliana Carvalho Siqueira, Marina Rodrigues Oliveira, Silvana Torossian Coradi, Mayra Augusta Tambara Velho, Ana Paula Arbex, Semíramis Guimarães and Erica Boarato David. Comparison of conventional fecal concentration methods and a commercial kit for intestinal parasites detection.

476 – Sabrina Jeske, Tanise Freitas Bianchi, Italo Ferreira De Leon, Micaele Quintana De Moura and Marcos Marreiro Villela. Knowledge of oncology patients on intestinal parasitosis in Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul.

544 – Bárbara Souza-SilvÉrio, Marília Ferreira-Lima, Evanilse Pereira, Cleide Silva Da C. Milas, Crisley Lorraine C. Sales, Débora Cristine Silva, Caroline G. Cruz, Rizia Kelly Gusmão-Silva andAntonio Franscisco Malheiros. Prevalence of Intestinal Parasites in Residents Served by Family Health Strategies in Caceres, Mato Grosso, Brazil.

545 – Helena Toma, Helena Santos, Lais de Carvalho, Karine Bernarde and Simone Ladeia-Andrade. Prevalence of intestinal parasitoses in riverside communities of the Jaú National Park – AM.

556 – Vanessa Moura, Lexlanna Barros, Jurecir Silva, Marcelo Ventura, Darwin Cardoso and Rômulo Barros. Occurrence of enteroparasites in greens sold in a supply centre in Teresina, Piauí, Brazil.

593 – Camila Pereira. Prevalence of intestinal parasites among children and teenagers from public schools in Bahia- Brazil.

784 – Débora Guerra Neves, Jacqueline Barreto Farias, Flamelia Carla Silva Oliveira, Tailane Machado Santos, Elizabeth Jesus Bispo Loiola, Andreia Santos Silva and Élida Bezerra Silva. Association of socioeconomic and environmental factors with enteroparasitosis in children living in the mangrove area in Ilhéus-BA.

807 – Cheila Mendes Dos Santos, Janiele Almeida de Souza, Uilton Gonçalves Evangelista, Silmaria Nascimento Dos Santos, Débora Guerra Neves, Jacqueline Barreto Farias, Paulo Roberto Ornelas and Flamelia Carla Silva Oliveira. Educational action and prevalence of enteroparasitoses in farmers of the family and organic agriculture association of the South of Bahia.

847 – Larissa Carneiro, Anderson Xavier, Simone Oliveira, Patricia Carneiro, Gledson Lima, Joelande Esquivel, Luciara Cruz, Selma Gomes and Aline Moraes. Association of enteroparasites and anemia in the elderly in Mangabeira neighborhood, Feira de Santana – Bahia.

853 – Liang Fung, Rima Batah Martins, Vivan Renata Chiarato, Thiago Marques do Amaral, Rita de Cassia Berti, Marinês Dalla Valle Martino, Jacyr Pasternak. Intestinal parasites in a private hospital in São Paulo.

858 – Nycole Gama, Jocemir Lugon and Yara Adami. Detection of Enteroparasites infections in hemodialysis patients from Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro.

9 – Lais Dib, Cecília Faria, Fabiane Pereira, Claudia Maior, Otilio Bastos, Maria Regina Amendoeira and Alynne Barbosa. Gastrointestinal parasites in wild felids of Serra dos Orgãos National Park, RJ, Brazil.

50 – Alynne Da Silva Barbosa, Laís Verdan Dib, Claudijane Ramos Dos Santos, Jéssica Lima Pinheiro, Camila Sousa Carvalho Class, Gabriela Rapozo Guimarães, Rayana Katylin Mendes Da Silva, Lina Fortes de Oliveira, Anderson Mendes Augusto, Fernando Troccoli, Valmir Laurentino Da Silva, Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa, Otilio Machado Pereira Bastos and Maria Regina Reis Amendoeira. Gastrointestinal parasites in mammals of the Rio de Janeiro Zoological Garden: preliminary results.

90 – Letícia Trevisani, Vinicius Wischneski and Daniela Pedrassani. Liver helminths of naturally infected black rats of the city of Três Barras, Santa Catarina State with zoonotic potential.

226 – Vanessa Lima De Souza, Luana Alencar de Lima, Sheilane Da Silva Lima, Leandro Siqueira De Souza, Edson Guilherme and Francisco Glauco de Araújo Santos. Occurrence of endoparasites in fecal samples of the ruddy ground dove (Columbina talpacoti) (Aves: Columbidae) collected at the Catuaba Experimental Farm in eastern Acre, Brazil.

259 – Arielle Aparecida Lara, Alessandra Snak, Felipe Gustavo Garcia, Euclides Mario Pieri, Nelson Luis Mello Fernandes and Silvia Cristina Osaki. Occurrence of gastrointestinal parasites in dogs and study of risk factors in rural properties in the western region of Paraná, Brazil.

393 – Priscila Maria Lattari Silva, Arielle Aparecida Lara, Laura Zanella Souza, Izabel Carolina Vargas Pinto Gogone, Heloísa Lacerda and Nelson Luiz Mello Fernandes. Analysis of the fecal examinations at the Veterinary Hospital of the UFPR, Palotina, in 2016.

394 – Priscila Maria Lattari Silva, Arielle Aparecida Lara, Laura Zanella Souza, Izabel Carolina Vargas Pinto Gogone, Karim Cristhine Pase and Nelson Luis Fernandes Mello Fernandes. Gastrointestinal parasites occurrences in sheep’s treated by the Veterinary Hospital of Federal University of Paraná, Sector Palotina.

526 – Luanna Soares Melo Evangelista, Nathália Castelo Branco Barros, Nayara Kelen Miranda Santos, Luana Oliveira Lima, Alex Fonseca Andrade and Alexandre Clark Martins. Intestinal parasites in two Leopardus pardalis of Zoobotanical Park of Teresina, Piauí, Brazil.

528 – Eric Carvalho Waquim, Tiago Paixão Ribeiro Sousa, Matheus Luiggi Freitas Barbosa, Francisco Michael Junior Costa, Auan Rangel Oliveira Vasconcelos, Maylane Tavares Ferreira Silva, Naelson Railson De Sousa Gomes, Camilla Cristina De Oliveira Andrade Silveira, Marcos Antônio Celestino Sousa Filho and Luanna Soares Melo Evangelista. Intestinal parasites of the Alouatta caraya (monkey Bugio) of Zoobotanical Park of Teresina, Piauí, Brazil.

534 – Talita Alves, Kelem Mota, Douglas Pereira, Karine Oliveira, Luciano Silva, Letícia Úngari, Rodrigo Gonçalves and Márcia Cury. Enteroparasites identification in captive jaguars (Puma concolor) in the state of Goiás, Brazil.

538 – Luciano Antunes Barros, Lucas Xavier Sant´anna, Barbara Neil, André Felipe Pedrazzi Chacon and Marília Senra Barreto de Araújo. Coproparasitological examinations of wild mammals at the Laboratory of Diagnostic Support in Parasitic Diseases.

568 – Juliana Ribas, Viviane Oliveira and Delma Rodrigues. Endoparasitological evaluation in coatis (nasua nasua) of the Caparaó National Park.

580 – Luana Da Silva Furini, Antônio Barbosa Da Silva Júnior, Renata Guedes Costa, Ícaro Daniel Alves Dos Santos Souza and Vanessa Paulino Da Cruz Vieira. Parasitological occurrence with zoonotic potential in equine feces in the city of Salinas, Minas Gerais.

584 – Viviane Barros, Walter Filho, Anderson Oliveira, Lucas Silva, Gabriel Esperidião, George Oliveira, Rayane Nascimento, Andressa Sabino, Wagnner Porto and Gildeni Aguiar. Practices of gastrointestinal parasite control adopted in dairy cattle farms of Alagoas state.

585 – Viviane Barros, Walter Filho, Anderson Oliveira, Lucas Silva, Gabriel Esperidião, George Oliveira, Rayane Nascimento, Andressa Sabino, Wagnner Porto and Gildeni Aguiar. Principal gastrointestinal parasites in calf from dairy herds of Alagoas.

631 – Matheus Barbosa, Andrescia Carvalho, Ana Chaves, Cássia Silva, Cleiton Freitas, Dalvan Fortaleza, Ingrid Farias, Joilson Batista and Ivete Mendonça. Identification of gastrointestinal parasites of swine slaughtered in northeast of Brazil.

665 – Carolina Valença Barbosa, Teresa Cristina Bergamo Do Bomfim and Helena Carneiro Santos. Gastro-intestinal parasites in free- ranging domestic pigs (Sus scrofa) raising in an urban slum.

666 – Marcella Katheryne Marques Bernal, Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Rosicléia Serrão Da Cruz, Ranna Taynara Dos Reis Sousa, Suellen Da Gama Barbosa Monger, Maria Geiciane Manço Souza, Karina Ferreira Silveira, Laura Jamille Argolo Paredes, Márcio Alan Oliveira Moura, Lucien Roberta Valente Miranda De Aguirra, Raimundo Nonato Moraes Benigno, Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes, Adriana Maciel De Castro Cardoso Jaques and Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira. Data survey of intestinal parasites in Pecari tajacu (LINK, 1795) of captivity in Pará.

713 – Daphnne Marins, Ricardo Gomes, Lucas Sant’Anna, Rafael Melo, Shihane Mendes, Luciano Barros and Sávio Bruno. Coproparasitological analysis of wild fauna on Serra da Canastra National Park (MG): preliminary data.

820 – Vinícius Soares, Michele Andrade, Juliane Greinert-Goulart and Sérgio Althoff. Analysis of the Prevalence of Parasites in Stool Samples of Dogs and Cats in Armação Beach, Florianópolis – SC, as Proposal for Teaching/Research in Environmental Parasitology with Interdisciplinary Focus.

825 – Juliana Gerth, Gabrielly Santos, Juliet Bax, Roberta Diogo, Márcia Xavier, Aline Moreira and Nádia Almosny. Occurrence of endoparasites, with zoonotic potential, in dogs and cats attended at University Hospital of Veterinary Medicine, UFF, in Niterói, RJ, Brazil.

868 – Leandro S. Souza, Francisco G. A. Santos and Edson Guilherme. Endoparasites in the silver-beaked tanager (Ramphocelus carbo) population of the Cazumbá-iracema extractivist reserve in Sena Madureira, Acre, Brazil.

 

HELMINTOLOGIA – BIOLOGIA:

198 – Edileuza Danieli Da Silva, Maria Eduarda Battistella, Guilherme Brzoskowski Dos Santos, Henrique Bunselmeyer Ferreira and Arnaldo Zaha. A comparative study of Echinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus ortleppi extracellular vesicles in metacestode infection.

371 – Danielle Gomes Marconato, Michélia Antônia Do Nascimento Gusmão, Juliana Melo, Juciane Maria De Andrade Castro, Gilson Costa Macedo, Eveline Gomes Vasconcelos and Priscila Faria-Pinto.Effects of anti-NTPDases antibodies on immune cells proliferation.

392 – Heloisa Lacerda, Laura Zanella Souza, Priscila Maria Lattari Silva, Nelson Luís Mello Fernandes, Ana Paula Molinari Candeias and Thais Amanda Musolon. Evaluation of the viability time of Trichostrongylidae larvae stored under refrigeration.

542 – Luciana B. Bezerra, Jéssica S. C. Carvalho, Regina Maria F. Oliveira, Eduardo José Lopes Torres, Renata H. Neves, Christiane L. Corrêa and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Ethanol intake causes morphological changes in Schistosoma mansoni adult worms in mice.

543 – Luciana B. Bezerra, Aline A. Rosa, Regina Maria F. Oliveira, Renata H. Neves, Christiane L. Corrêa and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Hepatic histopathological of schistosomiasis mansoni infected-mice submitted to ethanol ingestion.

547 – Aline A. Rosa, Luciana B. Bezerra, Regina Maria F. Oliveira, Renata H. Neves, Christiane L. Corrêa and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Liver stereology of schistosomiasis-infected mice submitted to ethanol ingestion.

614 – Daniel Valle Vasconcelos Santos, Ingrid Rafaela Lima Fernandes and Manoel Da Silva Filho. Altered pyramidal neuron morphology and increased NGF levels from Schistosoma mansoni infections in rodents.

615 – Andréia Silva, Renata Heisler and Wendel Pereira. Study of the small intestine of Swiss Webster mice with diabetes mellitus and schistosomiasis.

626 – Chiara Cássia Amorim, Denise Nogueira, Pedro Henrique Gazzinelli, Luciana Maria de Oliveira, Fernando Sérgio Barbosa, Ana Clara Gazzinelli, Nathalia Maria Resende, Lilian Bueno and Ricardo Fujiwara. Participation of Th1 and Th17 responses in the protection induced by multiple infections with Ascaris suum in a murine experimental model.

633 – Regina Maria Figueiredo Oliveira, Lila Carolina C Jorge, Sulamita B. Silva, Renata Heisler Neves, Ana Claudia Paula Rosa and Jose Roberto Machado-Silva. Quantitative evaluation of the intestinal microbiota of schistosomotic mice.

699 – Michele Costa-Silva, Carlos Eduardo Da Silva Filomeno, Renata Heisler Neves and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Hepatic stereology in acute schistosomiasis in mice fed a high-fat chow.

720 – Carlos Eduardo Da Silva Filomeno, Michele Costa Da Silva, Renata Heisler Neves, Christiane Leal Corrêa and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Interrelationship between schistosomiasis mansoni and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in C57BL/6 mice.

778 – Thales Henrique de Paiva, Roberta V. Pereira, Victor F. Oliveira, Liana Konovaloff Jannotti Passos and Renata Guerra Sá. Expression profiling of talin genes in Schistosoma mansoni.

844 – Valéria Silva, Andressa Saldanha, Diogo Cardoso, Rubens Rodrigues and Stefan Geiger. Viability of Angiostrongylus costaricensis infection in Meriones unguiculatus: Monitoring of the cycle and quantification of L1 larvae.

303 – Marcelo Andreetta Corral, Fabiana Martins De Paula, Dirce Mary Correia Lima Meisel, Julia Maria Costa-Cruz, Debora Levy, Sergio Paulo Bydlowski, William Castro-Borges and Ronaldo Cesar Borges Gryschek. Two-Dimensional gel to identify immunogenic components from Strongyloides venezuelensis.

435 – Bruna Alves Oliveira, Nayara Braga Emídio, Luiz Felipe Maniezzi, Danielle Gomes Marconato, Daniel Da Silva Torres, Lucélia Antunes Coutinho Braga, Rafaella Fortini Grenfell Queiroz, Paulo Marcos Zech Coelho, Eveline Gomes Vasconcelos and Priscila De Faria Pinto. IgE-binding peptides derived from the ATP isoform diphosphohydrolase from Schistosoma mansoni.

497 – Fernanda Almeida, Alba Alencar, Christiane Corrêa, Eduardo Torres, Fernanda Oliveira, Rosângela Rodrigues-Silva, Nilton Siqueira and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Scanning electron microscopy analysis of pathological features of liver and mesenteric Polycystic Echinococcosis from Brazilian patients.

500 – Thaís Eloi Da Silva, Fernando Sergio Barbosa, Lilian Lacerda Bueno and Ricardo Toshio Fujiwara.Immunological changes associated with the experimental infection in humans by Ascaris suum.

634 – Joelma Nascimento de Souza, Luana Leandro Goes, Nilo Manoel Barreto, Bárbara Nascimento Rocha Ribeiro Soares, Noilson Lazáro Gonçalves, Bernardo Galvão De Castro Filho, Márcia Cristina Aquino Teixeira, Maria Fernanda Rios Grassi and Neci Matos Soares. Evaluation of cytokine levels in sera of patients co-infected with Strongyloides stercoralis and HTLV-1.

706 – Helena Santos, Helena Keiko Toma and Simone Ladeia-Andrade. Molecular characterization of Calodium hepaticum from human spurious infection in a community of the Amazon, Brazil.

3 – Hudson A. Pinto, Eduardo A. Pulido-Murillo, Roberta R. Braga, Vitor L. T. Mati, Alan L. Melo and Vasyl V. Tkach. Molecular characterization of Platynosomum illiciens (=P. fastosum) (Trematoda: Dicrocoeliidae) confirms the host non-specificity and wide distribution of the species.

26 – João Gustavo Mendes Rodrigues, Guilherme Silva Miranda, Maria Gabriela Sampaio Lira, Ranielly Araújo Nogueira, Andrea T. Dos Reis, Davi Viegas-Melo, Raynara Fernanda S. Soares, Carla F. Do Carmo-Silva, Irlla Correia Lima Licá, Gleycka Cristine Carvalho Gomes and Nêuton Silva-Souza. Glycemic indexes in rodents Holochilus sciureus (Rodentia: Cricetidae): Comparison between positive and negative animals naturally for Schistosoma mansoni.

231 – Carlikelly G. Silva, Jorge L. N. Souza, Heloísa L. Muniz, Iasmim S. M. Silva, Raí L. Silva, Naisandra B. Silva and Lilian G. Zaros. Cellular response in the abomasal and intestinal mucosa of sheep and goat resistant and susceptible to gastrointestinal nematodes infections.

236 – Iasmim Santos Mangabeira E Silva, Carlikelly Gleicy Da Silva, Áurea Maria Oliveira Canavessi, Aline Silva Mello Cesar, Luiz Lehmann Coutinho and Lilian Giotto Zaros. Identification of genes responsive to Haemonchus contortus in sheep.

288 – Josiana De Andrade, Bersissa Kumsa, Dinka Ayana, Clóvis Santos, Alena Iñiguez and Renato Damatta. Genetic and phylogenetic analysis demonstrate wild Ethiopian ostriches infection with Libyostrongylus dentatus (Nematoda, Trichostrongylidae).

337 – Karine Gomes Leite, Joyce G R Souza, Eduardo José Lopes Torres and José Roberto Machado-Silva. Morphological characterization of Eurytrema coelomaticum (Digenea: Dicrocoeliidae) analyzed by confocal microscopy.

403 – Bianca N. L. Leite, Yuri Willkens, Francisco T. V. Melo, Jeannie N. Dos Santos and Adriano P. Furtado. Morphological diversity of Mesocoelium odhner, 1910, intestinal parasites of Rhinella marina (Linnaeus, 1758) from four municipalities of the state of Pará, Brazil.

433 – Fernanda Bittencourt-Oliveira, Paulo Teixeira, Alba Alencar,Rodrigo Menezes, Christiane Corrêa, Leandro Neves, Fernanda Almeida, Daniel Daipert-Garcia, José Roberto Machado-Silva and Rosângela Rodrigues-Silva. First parasitological, histopathological and molecular characterization of Echinococcus vogeli Rausch and Bernstein, 1972 from Cuniculus paca Linnaeus, 1766 in the Cerrado biome (Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil).

504 – Luiz Paulo Da Silva Almeida, Adriano Penha Furtado, Antonio Randerson Coutinho Matos, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos, Layse Soares Souza, Lucas Araújo Ferreira, Lucas Nascimento Barbosa, Tinara Leila de Souza Aarão and Francisco Tiago de Vasconcelos Melo. Experimental infection for obtaining adult stages of Clinostomum sp. (Digenea, Clinostomidae).

617 – Paulo Teixeira, Christiane Corrêa, Fernanda Bittencourt-Oliveira, Alba Alencar, Leandro Neves, Daniel Daipert-Garcia, Fernanda Almeida, Luís Muniz-Pereira, José Roberto Machado-Silva and Rosângela Rodrigues-Silva.Histopathological changes in liver of slaughtered sheep in Rio Branco – Acre, Brazil.

622 – Carolina Marchi, Silvana Thiengo, Paulo Rodrigues, Mônica Fernandez and Suzete Rodrigues. Veronicellidae slugs and their association with Nematodes larvae in State of Rio de Janeiro.

815 – Allana Barros, Tatiane Penha, Eslen Miranda, Vanessa Jacinto, Higor Ferreira, Aarão Lima, Alessandra Rocha and Fábio Andrade. Immuno-histochemistry analysis of placenta injuries of bovine animals infected by Neospora canium in slaughterhouse of the Island of São Luís – MA.

 

HELMINTOLOGIA – DIAGNÓSTICO:

7 – Luiz Ricardo Goulart, Vanessa S. Ribeiro, Renata P. Alves- Balvedi, Francielli Cristine C. Melo, Patricia S. Lopes, Bruna F. Matias-Colombo, Nagilla Daliane Feliciano and Julia Maria Costa- Cruz. Electrochemical immunosensor to detect strongyloidiasis in serum.

20 – Dayane Costa de Souza, Lucas Silva de Faria, José Eduardo Neto de Sousa, Vivian Jordania Da Silva, Raphaella Paula Ribeiro, Veridiana Melo Rodrigues Ávila, Élida Mara Rabelo Leite, Álvaro Ferreira Júnior and Julia Maria Costa-Cruz. Egg yolk IgY antibodies against antigens of the hookworm Ancylostoma ceylanicum.

21 – Lucas Silva de Faria, José Eduardo Neto de Sousa, Dayane Lorena Naves de Souza, Raphaella Paula Ribeiro, Isabela Pacheco Borges, Veridiana Melo R. Ávila, Álvaro Ferreira Júnior, Luiz Ricardo Goulart and Julia Maria Costa Cruz.Anti-Strongyloides venezuelensis IgY: production, characterization and application in the immunodiagnostic of human strongyloidiasis.

23 – Daniela Da Silva Nunes, Henrique Tomaz Gonzaga, Vanessa Da Silva Ribeiro, Jair Pereira Da Cunha-Júnior and Julia Maria Costa- Cruz. Gel filtration fraction from Taenia saginata: immunoproteomic aproach and applicability on neurocysticercosis diagnosis.

37 – Natália Melo Nasser Fava, Nao Takeushi Storm, Márcia Cristina Cury and Peter Nejsum. Comparison between two techniques and a new PCR-RFLP assay for the identification of Toxocara spp.

63 – Renata A. Cunha, Edson F. G. Carvalho, José E. N. Souza and Julia M. Costa-Cruz. Excretory/secretory antigens of Strongyloides venezuelensis applied to IgG detection in human strongyloidiasis and other parasitic infection groups.

108 – Alana Gonçalves, Camila Lopes, Ana Lúcia Gonçalves, Marcelo Levenhagen, Henrique Gonzaga, Luiz Carlos Oliveira and Julia Maria Costa-Cruz. Parasite specific IgG and immune complex levels in serum samples for strongyloidiasis diagnosis in alcoholics.

172 – Leandro Neves, Gustavo Silva, Alan Wilson and William Borges. Proteomic characterisation of Schistosoma mansoni secreted molecules for identification of novel diagnostic targets for schistosomiasis.

227 – Mariana Sousa, Marta Cristhiany Pinheiro, José Damião Silva Filho, Yasmin Souza, Alberto Ramos Júnior and Fernando Schemelzer Bezerra. Evaluation of urine Point-Of-Care Circulating Cathodic Antigen test (POC-CCA) for detection of Schistosoma mansoni infection before and after treatment in a low endemic.

320 – Edson Fernando Goulart de Carvalho, Jose Eduardo Neto de Sousa and Julia Maria Costa Cruz. IgG detection in experimental strongyloidiasis using total saline and excretory/secretory antigens.

349 – Patricia Ribeiro, Amanda Rodrigues, Gislaine Teixeira and Diego Leal. Development of a standardized protocol for detection of helminth eggs in beach sands destined to recreational activities from Paraná coast.

350 – Luiz Felipe Maniezzi Fernandes, Danielle Gomes Marconato, Daniel Da Silva Torres, Bruna Alves de Oliveira, Michélia Antônia Do Nascimento Gusmão, Nayara Braga Emídio, Priscila Silva Grijó Farani, Paulo Marcos Zech Coelho, Rodrigo Correa Oliveira, Eveline Gomes Vasconcelos and Priscila de Faria Pinto. Potato apyrase is a binding protein IgE antibodies from schistosomiasis patients.

367 – Larissa R. Bosqui, Gessica B. Melo, Priscilla D. Marques, Fernanda M. Malta, Maria R. F. Gonçalves-Pires, Raquel A. Sanfelice, Laís F. Machado, Gabriela A. Dalevedo, Dielle Ioris, Sara Semedo, Francine N. Melanda, Ivete Conchon-Costa, Wander R. Pavanelli, Julia M. Costa-Cruz, Fabiana M. Paula and Idessania N. Costa. Parasitological, molecular and immunological diagnosis of human strongyloidiasis.

409 – Marcelo Corral and Fabiana de Paula. Performance of heterologous antigens of Strongyloides venezuelensis in serological diagnostic of human strongyloidiasis in liver transplant recipients.

480 – Jorge Bruno Malandrini, Silvana Carnevale, María Laura Pantano, Claudia Cecilia Soria and Jorge Néstor Velásquez. Strategies to improve the diagnosis of human fascioliasis.

495 – Nilo Manoel Pereira Vieira Barreto, Weslei Almeida Costa Araujo, Luana Neves Oliveira, Cíntia de Lima Oliveira, Noilson Lázaro Sousa Gonçalves, Beatriz Soares Jacobina, Joelma Nascimento de Souza, Márcia Cristina Aquino Teixeira, Bernado Galvão Castro Filho and Neci Matos Soares. Strongyloides stercoralis infection in HTLV-1 patients.

522 – Joyce Nogueira, Maria Suely Andrade, Pedro Ferreira, Shirley Nascimento, Lorena Moitta and Martin Enk. Infection with Schistosoma mansoni and other helminths in patients attended at the Refernce Laboratory of Instituto Evandro Chagas, Pará, Brazil, during the period from 2014 to 2016.

567 – Daniel Daipert Garcia, Leandro Neves, Fernanda Cunha, Márcio Pavan, Guilherme Santos, José Roberto Machado-Silva, Henrique Bunselmeyer Ferreira and Rosângela Rodrigues-Silva. Molecular characterization of Echinococcus vogeli isolates from Acre (Brazil) based on the mitochondrial COX1-encoding gene.

569 – Daniel Daipert Garcia, Fernanda Almeida, Veridiana Virgínio, José Roberto Machado-Silva, Henrique Bunselmeyer Ferreira and Rosângela Rodrigues-Silva. Standardization of a method for the immunodiagnosis of policystic echinococcosis based on recombinant antigens.

570 – Nilo Manoel Pereira Vieira Barreto, Weslei Almeida Costa Araújo, Joelma Nascimento de Souza, Ernesto Pereira de Oliveira, Nadia Andrade Khouri, Marcia Cristina Aquino Taxeira and Neci Matos Soares. Urinary tract infectionn by Strongyloides stercoralis: a case report

605 – Daniel Toledo, Márcia Teixeira and Neci Soares. Characterization of S. stercoralis and S. venezuelensis immunodominantmolecules for the immunodiagnosis of strongyloidiasis.

636 – Joelma Nascimento de Souza, Luana Leandro Goes, Nilo Manoel Pereira Vieira Barreto, Bárbara Nascimento Rocha Ribeiro Soares, Noilson Lazáro Gonçalves, Cintia De Lima Oliveira, Bernado Galvão Castro Filho, Maria Fernanda Rios Grassi, Márcia Aquino Teixeira and Neci Matos Soares. Strongyloides stercoralis hyperinfection in HTLV-1 patients: A case series with eggs, rhabditiform and filariform larvae and free-living adult female elimination in feces.

654 – Julyana Fonseca, Israel Figueiredo Junior, Mauricio Afonso Vericimo, Sergio Carmona de São Clemente, Taylane Ferreira and Danuza Pinheiro Bastos Garcia de Mattos. First report of serum reactivity to Pterobothrium heteracanthum (Eucestoda: Trypanorhyncha) antigens in humans.

663 – Gabriela Borges Da Silva, Daniela Da Silva Nunes, José Eduardo Neto de Sousa, Camila de Almeida Lopes, Edson Fernando Goulart de Carvalho and Julia Maria Costa Cruz. Assessment of antigenic fractions of Taenia crassiceps obtained by hydrophobicity in the serological diagnosis of human neurocysticercosis.

664 – Tuan Pedro Correia, Daniel Daipert Garcia, Fernanda Barbosa Almeida, Leandro Neves, José Roberto Machado Silva, Guilherme Brzoskowski Dos Santos, Henrique Bunselmeyer Ferreira and Rosângela Rodrigues E Silva. A PCR assay based on nuclear markers for the molecular characterization of Echinococcus vogeli isolates.

721 – Flávia de Carvalho, Silvia Gabriel Chiodelli, Cybele Gargioni and Pedro Luiz Silva Pinto. Study of the association between Indirect Immunofluorescence (IgM IFAT) and Periovular Reaction (RPO) in the diagnosis of schistosomiasis in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

757 – Alex Bruno Souza, Joelma Souza, Elizabete Inês, Neci Soares and Cíntia Oliveira. IgG avidity index in the serodiagnosis of strongyloidiasis in alcoholic patients.

769 – Maria Beatriz Pena E Silva Leite Nacife, Liliane Maria Vidal Siqueira, Rafael Martins, Valeska Natiely Viana, Keila Furbino Barbosa, Cássio Zumerle Masioli and George Luiz Lins Machado Coelho. Compative analysis between parasitological techniques (Kato-Katz and TF-Test®) on schistosomasis diagnosis, in individuals of Maxakali indigenous ethnicity, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

771 – Joelma Nascimento, Larissa Sampaio, Alana Cruz, Irlana Dias, Maria Moleiro Alves, Márcia Cristina Teixeira and Neci Neci Matos Soares. Detection of IgE anti-Strongyloides stercoralis in serum samples of alcoholic patients.

72 – Maria De Fatima Ribeiro Chicatte Lima, Marícia Fantinel D’Ávila and Daniel Angelo Sganzerla Graichen. Molecular identification of Taenia species causing bovine cysticercosis in Rio Grande do Sul.

93 – Beatriz Elise De Andrade-Silva and Arnaldo Maldonado Junior. Helminthoxys freitasi (Nematoda: Oxyuridae): from Mesomys hispidus (Rodentia: Echimyidae) in Amazonia, Brazil by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy.

105 – Makoto Enoki Caracciolo and Eduardo José Lopes Torres. Morphology Ccharacterization of Nematodes associated of parasitic otitis in bovines.

130 – Luanna Castro Oliveira, Samira Salim Mello Gallo, Francisco Carlos Rodrigues de Oliveira and Nicole Brand Ederli. Description of a new species Fuhrmannetta jurubatensis n. sp. (Cestoda, Davaineidae) from the rat Cerradomys goytaca.

131 – Luanna Castro Oliveira, Samira Salim Mello Gallo, Francisco Carlos Rodrigues de Oliveira and Nicole Brand Ederli. Description of Physaloptera goytaca n. sp. (Nematoda, Physalopteridae) parasite of Cerradomys goytaca from north of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

196 – José Eduardo Neto de Sousa, Edson Fernando Goulart de Carvalho, Marcelo Arantes Levenhagen, Lucas Silva de Faria, Maria Do Rosário Gonçalves-Pires and Julia Maria Costa-Cruz. Serological cross-reactivity between Strongyloides venezuelensis and Syphacia muris in Wistar rats (Rattus norvegicus).

221 – Alessandra Snak, Felipe Gustavo Garcia, Arielle Aparecida Lara, Euclides Mario Pieri, Luís Fernando Pita Gondim and Silvia Cristina Osaki. Detection of Neospora caninum in fetuses of dairy cows by PCR method.

249 – Lilian G. Zaros, Henrique R. Medeiros, Jorge L. N. Souza, Maria R. M. Neves, Renata M. A. Coutinho and Luiz S. Vieira. Sensibility and specificity of the FAMACHA© method applied to sheep and goat.

262 – Dayane Alvarinho Oliveira, Ana Cláudia De Paula Rosa Ignácio and Eduardo José Lopes Torres. Biochemical and hematological parameters of mice infected with Trichuris muris.

388 – Sergio Vieira Santos, Priscilla Duarte Marques Fonseca, Fabiana Martins De Paula, Susana Zevallos Lescano, Érico Da Silva Tiago, Daniel Mauricio Santos and Pedro Paulo Chieffi. DNA detection of Toxocara canis and/or Toxocara cati in whole blood from experimentally infected mice by the PCR technique.

412 – Gabriela Lima De Alvarenga, Natalia De Albuquerque Soares, Marcelo Andreetta Corral, Dirce Mary Correia Lima Meisel, Priscilla Duarte Marques Fonseca, Rafael Correa Do Nascimento, Ronaldo Cesar Borges Gryschek and Fabiana Martins De Paula. Comparison between DOT ELISA and ELISA in the serological diagnosis of experimental strongyloidiasis: preliminary results.

416 – Angélica Zevallos Lescano, Ronaldo Cesar Borges Gryschek and Fabiana Martins De Paula. Experimental infection of rats (Rattus norvegicus) by Strongyloides venezuelensis: evaluation of the infection dynamics and the PCR in feces and in sérum.

429 – Catarina Brainer de Morais, Fabiana Paula, Marcelo Corral, Priscilla Marques, Sergio Santos, Pedro Paulo Chieffi and Susana Zevallos Lescano. Molecular and serological diagnosis of the Toxocara canis acute phase infection in experimental murine model.

469 – Gabriela Rodrigues E Fonseca, Susana Zevallos Lescano, Fabiana Paula, Marcelo Corral, Gessica Melo, Priscilla Duarte Marques, Sergio Santos, Pedro Paulo Chieffi and Ronaldo Gryschek. Conventional PCR and its relation with immunological techniques in serum and organ samples in experimental murine model infected with Toxocara canis.

490 – Taíssa Angélica Lemos Trancoso, Nathalia Da Conceição Lima, Daniela Leles, Alynne Silva Barbosa, Otílio Machado Pereira Bastos and Cláudia Maria Antunes Uchoa Souto Maior. Use of PCR for Dirofilaria immitis diagnosis of dogs from Cabo Frio, RJ, Brazil.

554 – Siluana Benvindo Ferreira, Lauro César Soares Feitosa, Luanna Soares Melo Evangelista, Emídio Ferreira Sobrinho, Paula Benvindo Ferreira, Marcos Gomes Lopes, Solange Maria Gennari, Ana Beatriz Melles Cassinelli, Katiene Regia Silva Sousa and José Adalmir Torres Souza. Inquiry of antibodies anti-Neospora caninum in cattle and dogs from the microregion of Floriano, Piauí, Brazil.

596 – Edvaldo Sales, Juliane Nantes, Jean Zimmer, Érika Martinez, Bruno Rocha, Marcelo Rezende, Heitor Herrera, Daniele Bier and Carina Oliveira. PCR standardization for characterization of microfilariae in bats from periurban areas of Campo Grande, MS.

620 – Micaele Quintana de Moura, Wesley Douglas Da Silva Terto, Adriane Leistes Strothmann, Gabriela Almeida Capella, Natalia Berne Pinto, Leonardo Mortagua de Castro, Sabrina Jeske, Tanise Bianchi, Marcia Raquel Pegoraro de Macedo, Luciana Farias Da Costa Avila and Maria Elisabeth Aires Berne. Amplification of Toxocara canis DNA by the PCR technique in experimentally infected mouse liver.

672 – Taíssa Angélica Lemos Trancoso, Nathalia Da Conceição Lima, Alynne Silva Barbosa, Otílio Machadp Pereira Bastos and Cláudia Maria Antunes Uchoa. Detection of Dirofilaria immitis by microscopic and immunological parasitological techniques of dogs from Cabo Frio, RJ, Brazil.

796 – Bianca Faria, Antonio Sousa, Késya Pereira, Adriano Leão, Danielle Góes, Claudio Guimarães and Leandro Coutinho. Dioctophyma renale diagnosised using ultrasonography a dog – a case report.

826 – Thaís Abrahão, Gabrielly Santos, Roberta Tosta, Tatiana Lovatto, Nathalia Maia, Karina Rangel and Aline Souza. Serum biochemistry alteration in microfilaremic dogs attended at a Veterinary University Hospital.

834 – Beatriz Silva, Aline Souza, Gabriela Albuquerque, Daiana Santana, Savio Bruno and Nadia Regina Almosny. Hematological changes in dogs with microfilarieae that inhabit an Atlantic Forest.

 

HELMINTOLOGIA VETERINÀRIA – EPIDEMIOLOGIA

179 – Amanda R A Maia, Sérgio S Azevedo, Leise G Fernandes, Rafaella P M Guimarães-Peixoto, Leticia F Silva, Paulo S A Pinto, Carolina S A B Santos and Inácio J Clementino. Herd-level prevalence and associated risk factors for bovine cysticercosis in the State of Paraíba, Northeastern Brazil.

250 – Ana Paula Gomes, Natalie Olifiers, Rita De Cassia Bianchi, Joyce Souza and Arnaldo Maldonado. Infection by Pachysentis sp. (Acanthocephala: Oligacanthorhynchidae) in Nasua nasua (Carnivora: Procyonidae) from Pantanal Wetland.

256 – Cristiana Cazapal-Monteiro, José Ángel Hernández, Jackson Araújo, Atílio Júnior, Antonio Palomero, Esther Valderrábano, José Pedreira, Jaime Sanchís, Rita Sánchez-Andrade and Maria Sol Árias. Control of gastrointestinal nematodes in captive wapiti (Cervus canadensis) by feeding pellets with parasiticidal fungal spores.

263 – Maria Paula Moraes Pinto, Arnaldo Maldonado Junior and Raquel Oliveira Simões. Helminth community composition of wild rodents in the Altantic forest from high altitude.

280 – Ana Paula Molinari Candeias, Karin Cristine Pase, Thais Amanda Musolon, Giovane Pelanda Vendrame, Andre Luiz Beninca, Alessandro Ferrarini and Nelson Luis Mello Fernandes. Prevalence of gastrointestinal nematodes in sheep faeces, after experimental infection, submitted to association of anthelmintics agentes.

285 – Maria Clara Bomfim Brigatto, Juliane Nantes and Carina Elisei. Detection of Litomosoidesmicrofilariae in bats from the periurban regions of Campo Grande – Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.

289 – Mauricio Vasconcellos, Isabella Santos and Janaina Caniné. First report and prevalence of animal fascioliasis in the municipality of São Luis do Paraitinga, SP.

300 – Maísa A. Santos, Daniele Alves-Almeida, Fábio N. Souza, Thiago Bahiense, Mitermayer Reis, Ticiana Carvalho-Pereira and Federico Costa. Prevalence and risk of infection by Angiostrongylus cantonensis in an urban population of Rattus norvegicus.

309 – Silvia Cristina Osaki, Alessandra Snak, Felipe Gustavo Garcia, Arielle Aparecida Lara, Euclides Mario Pieri and Hilda Fátima De Jesus Pena. Occurrence of Neospora caninum in dairy farms’ dogs of the west region of Paraná, Brazil.

310 – Luciana Sianto, Juliana Gomes Magalhães and Marcia Chame. Intestinal helminths in wild Tolypeutes tricinctus (Cingulata: Dasypodidae) from Piauí, Brazil.

323 – Luciana Sianto and Marcia Chame. Intestinal helminths in Euphractus sexcinctus (Cingulata: Dasypodidae) from the Brazilian semiarid.

324 – Luciana Sianto, Bruna Saldanha, Juliana Gomes Magalhães, Mônica Vieira de Souza and Marcia Chame. Helminthological diversity of Tamandua tetradactyla (Pilosa: Myrmecophagidae) in the Brazilian semiarid.

330 – Melissa Cárdenas, Simone Cohen, Priscila Fernandes and Berenice Fernandes. Calonectris borealis (Aves, Procellariidae) as a new host record for two nematode species in Brazil.

336 – Isabela Leite, Fabiano Vieira, Bernadete Sousa and Luis Muniz- Pereira. Cruzia sp. (Nematoda , Cruzidae) of Tupinambis merianae (Sauria, Teiidae) from the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, new morphological data and taxonomic implications.

338 – Luís Muniz-Pereira, Fabiano Vieira, Cecilia Bueno and Paula Gonçalves. First report of Subulura sp. (Ascaridoidea, Subuluridae) parasitizing Cerdocyon thous (Carnivora, Canidae) in a fragment of Atlantic forest in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

342 – Jéssyca Bressan Schwantes, Thomas Dickel Dias, Marícia Fantinel D’Ávila, Jean Paul Santos Rocha, João Vicente Gonçales Mucha, Daniel Angelo Sganzerla Graichen, Pedro de Souza Quevedo and Vanessa Barbisan Fortes. Gastrointestinal nematode in brown howler monkey, Alouatta guariba clamitans from Rio Grande do Sul.

369 – Monica Palermo, Dhiego Tavares, Cintia Baldin, Ciciane Marten, Valeria Trombini Vidotto Lemes and Maria Fernanda Vianna Marvulo. Oxyspirura mansoni, case report on hens in Itupeva, SP.

375 – Daniele Alves-Almeida, Maísa Santos, Fabio Neves Souza, Thiago Bahiense, Mitermayer Reis, Ticiana Carvalho-Pereira and Federico Costa. The promiscuity of Angiostrongylus cantonensis in an urban slum: prevalence and intensity of infection in intermediate hosts.

377 – Fabiano Matos Vieira, Thaís Souza, Iara Novelli, Sueli De Souza Lima, Bernadete Maria De Sousa and Luís Claudio Muniz-Pereira. Nematode parasites of lizards (Squamata, Sauria) from the Cerrado biome in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

380 – Fabiano Matos Vieira, Isabela Leite, Iara Novelli, Bernadete Maria De Sousa, Sueli De Souza Lima and Luís Muniz-Pereira. A new report of Strongyluris sp. (Nematoda, Heterakoidea) parasitizing a lizard from Cerrado Biome in the state of Minas Gerais, Brasil.

385 – Pilar Corrêa, Cecília Bueno and Luís Cláudio Muniz-Pereira. First record of Toxocara sp. in a wild feline in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil.

395 – Ana Paula Mota De Lima, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Allan Rodrigo De Oliveira Rodrigues, Roberta Melo Valente, Gustavo Ruiz, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos and Francisco Tiago Vasconcelos Melo. Diversity of nematode parasites of Blaberus giganteus from ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ cave from Vitória do Xingu, Pará.

437 – Pedro Hugo Esteves Da Silva, Anna Klara de Matos Guerreiro, Lorena Freitas Souza Tavarez Da Costa, Yrlan Kleison Soeiro Avelar, Marcos Roberto Dias de Souza, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos Dos Santos, Francisco Tiago Melo and Carlos Eduardo Costa Campos. Monogenoidea of the genus Polystoma (Polyopisthocotylea: Polystomatidae) parasite of the urinary bladder of Trachycephalus typhonius (Anura: Hylidae): first report to the brazilian Amazon region.

450 – Carolina Rangel, Jéssyca Bressan Schwantes, Thomas Dickel Dias, Marícia Fantinel D’Ávila, Daniel Ângelo Sganzerla Graichen and Pedro De Souza Quevedo. Trichuris sp. infecting Ctenomys torquatus in Pampa Biome: a case report.

458 – Anderson Barbosa De Moura, Marcio Orides Da Silva, Alessandra Snak, Jéssica Ceruti Reiter, José Cristani and Antonio Pereira De Souza. Occurrence of Neospora caninum antibodies in sows of commercial herds in Santa Catarina State, Brazil.

467 – Leandro Neves, Paulo Teixeira, Rodrigo Menezes, Sidnei Silva, Fernanda Bittencourt-Oliveira, Daniel Daipert-Garcia, Fernanda Almeida, Rosângela Rodrigues-Silva and José Roberto Machado- Silva. Zoonotic helminths of public health concern found in feces of dogs from Acre, North Region, Brazil.

510 – Ana Nunes Santos, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Allan Rodrigo de Oliveira Rodrigues, Simone Mousinho Freire, Adriano Penha Furtado, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos, Francisco Tiago Melo and Cynthya González. Cosmocerca sp. (Nematoda: Cosmocercidae) large intestine parasite of Pithecopus nordestinus (Anura: Phyllomedusidae) of an Ecotone from Caatinga.

511 – Taís Amaral Pires Dos Santos, Ana Nunes Santos, Bianca Nandyara Lopes Leite, Adriano Penha Furtado, Jeannie Santos, Francisco Tiago Melo and Cynthya González. Nematodes of genus Parapharyngodon (Oxyuroidea: Pharyngodonidae) a parasite of large intestine of Osteocephalus taurinus (Anura: Hilydae) from Caxiuanã National Forest, Pará, Brazil.

514 – Maira Aparecida Christello Trindade, Marcia Raquel Pegoraro De Macedo and Gertrud Muller Antunes. Helminth parasites of feral cats (Felis catus domesticus) in south region of Brazil.

515 – Maira Aparecida Christello Trindade, Marcia Raquel Pegoraro De Macedo and Gertrud Muller Antunes. Helminth parasites of neotropical felines from Rio Grande do Sul – preliminary data.

527 – Yuri Willkens de Oliveira Costa, Luiz Paulo Da Silva Almeida, Adriano Penha Furtado, Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos and Francisco Tiago de Vasconcelos Melo. New species of Oswaldocruzia parasites of small intestines of Phyllomedusa vaillantii Boulenger, 1882 (Anura: Hylidae) from de National Forest of Caxiuanã, Pará, Brazil.

529 – Gabriela Albuquerque, Daiana Santana, Beatriz Silva, AlineSouza, Gisela Gioia, Fernando Moreira, Nadia Almosny and Savio Bruno. Prevalence of microfilaria in dogs residing in the Serra da Tiririca State Park, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil (PESET).

530 – Gabriela Albuquerque, Daiana Santana, Cícero Santana, Beatriz Silva, Fernando Moreira, Nadia Almosny, Gisela Gioia and Savio Bruno. Use of echocardiography to evaluate dirofilariasis in canines from the Serra da Tiririca Dogs and Cats Project, Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro.

540 – Isaac Ramon Barbosa Lopes, Matheus Luiggi Freitas Barbosa, Lylia Borges Oliveira, Werner Rocha Albuquerque, Silvana Maria Medeiros De Sousa Silva and Luanna Soares Melo Evangelista. Report of natural infection by Platynosomum spp. in a domestic cat in the municipality of Teresina, Piauí, Brazil.

541 – Luís Muniz-Pereira, Fabiano Vieira, Cecilia Bueno and Luana Araruna. First report of Leiuris sp. (Nematoda, Spirocercidae) parasitizing Bradypus variegatus (Pilosa, Bradypodidae) in a fragment of Atlantic forest in the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

581 – Walter Filho, Viviane Barros, Laura Silva, Camila Pedrosa, Mariana Melo, Ana Silva, Luiz Soares and Wagnner Porto. Frequency of Dirofilaria immitis in dogs from the southern coast of Alagoas.

594 – Giovana Silva, Larissa Otávio and Simone Freire. Occurrence of Ozolaimus Dujardin, 1845 in Iguana iguana Linnaeus, 1758 (Squamata: Iguanidae) in the city of Teresina-PI, Brazil.

599 – Emille Andrade Sousa, Francisco Tiago de Vasconcelos Melo and Simone Mousinho Freire. Occurrence of Acuaria sp in canary (Sicalis flaveola Linnaeus, 1766) seized and collected by CETAS/IBAMA in the State of Piauí.

640 – Talita A. Alves, Kelem C.P. Mota, André Q.S. Santos, Letícia P. Úngari and Márcia C. Cury. Filarids (Onchocercidae) and coinfection in brazilian porcupine (Coendou prehensilis) in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

671 – Letícia P. L. Costa, Beatriz B. Alves, Gabriel R. G. Esperidião, Helayne V. Nascimento, Wagnner J. N. Porto and Gildeni M. N. Aguiar. Survey of gastrointestinal and pulmonary helminths on calves stemming from Zona da Mata of Alagoas.

677 – Gabriel R. G. Esperidião, Letícia P. L. Costa, Beatriz B. Alves,Fernanda K. A. Silva, Helayne V. Nascimento, Wagnner J. N. Porto and Gildeni M. N. Aguiar. Epidemiological aspects of bronchopulmonary and gastrointestinal helminths of calves in Zona da Mata, Alagoas.

702 – Nilcéia de Veiga Ramos, Monique Lourenço E Silva, Marília Senra Barreto de Araújo, Flavya Mendes-De-Almeida and Luciano Antunes Barros. Survey of pulmonary nematodes infecting cats with different life stages and life styles from the city of Rio de Janeiro.

743 – Élida Mateus de Almeida, Luma Ferreira França, Juliana Vieira Faria, Andreza de Oliveira Nascimento Cardoso, Nilza Nunes Felizardo, Sérgio Carmona de São Clemente and Danuza Pinheiro Bastos Garcia De Mattos. Helminth parasites of Trichiurus lepturus marketed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

763 – Juçara Cavalcante, Karoline Araujo, Amanda Picelli, Maria Ermelinda Oliveira and Luciana Frazão. Abundance and prevalence of helminths related to the size and sex of common lancehead snake (Bothrops atrox) from different localities in the Amazon rain forest.

792 – Layse M. H. Da Silva, Bianca N. L. Leite, Yuri Willkens, Murilo De

S. Queiróz, Luciano A. Dos Anjos, Jeannie N. Dos Santos and Francisco T. V. Melo. Taxonomic identification of Rhabdias species parasitizing the lungs of Rhinella schneideri (Wemer, 1894) from the Brazilian Cerrado.

800 – Larissa Jesus, Leonardo Magalhães, Márcia Xavier, Aline Souza and Nayro Alencar. Occurrence of microfilariae in cytological samples of dogs attended at a Veterinary University Hospital.

833 – Marília Félix Chaves, Caliandra Maria Bezerra Luna Lima, Ulanna Maria Bastos Cavalcante, Inácio Ricardo Alves Vasconcelos, Heraldo Arcela de Carvalho Costa, Francisca Inês de Souza Freitas , Beatryz Da Nobrega Marques and Marcelo Mauricio Germoglio. Evaluation of epidemiological variables and quality of life of patients with intestinal helminthiasis.

 

PALIOPARASITOLOGIA:

305 – Mônica Vieira de Souza, Gisele Daltrini Felice, Niéde Guidon, Marcia Chame and Luciana Sianto. Acanthocephalans eggs in Myrmecophagidae coprolites from the Northeast of Brazil.

306 – Mônica Vieira de Souza, Sergio Augusto de Miranda Chaves and Alena Mayo Iñiguez. New paleoparasitological findings of Kerodon rupestris (Rodentia, Caviidae) from the Brazilian Semiarid Region.

307 – Bruna Saldanha, Daniela Leles, Luciana Sianto and Marcia Chame. Zoonotic helminths in conservation units: an alert to human health and wildlife. The case of Serra da Capivara National Park.

311 – Bruna Saldanha, Daniela Leles and Marcia Chame. Diversity Of Intestinal Helminths In Kerodon Rupestris (Wied-Neuwied, 1820) In Serra Da Capivara National Park, Piauí, Brazil: 30 Years Of Information.

747 – Elisa Pucu, Elba Lemos, Tatiana Rozental, José Roberto Machado- Silva, Marcia Chame and Daniela Leles. Multiplex PCR for arthropods: perspectives for paleoparasitological studies in coprolites.

 

ECTOPARASITOSES:

1 – Raquel Moroni, Mariana Marinho, Júlio Mendes, Fábio Moroni, Daniela Ferreira and Erica Rezende. Epidemiological aspects of head lice in children and young people attended in hospital in Uberlândia, Brazil.

36 – Gabriela Mendes, Raquel Borges-Moroni, Júlio Mendes and Fábio Moroni. Head lice among children attending school in Uberlandia, MG.

47 – Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa, Dessirer Netto Acruchi, Andreza Ramos Rodrigues, Domenica Miranda Hespanhol, Augusto Cezar Pereira Bastos and Otilio Machado Pereira Bastos. Pediculosis diagnosis in schoolchildren from Niterói, RJ.

76 – Marcela Rebello, Amanda Alteirado, Daniela Procaci, Cláudia Lessa, Renato Silva Filho and Valéria Aguiar. Influence of diclofenac sodium on the development of the necrophagous fly Chrysomya megacephala (Fabricius, 1794) (Diptera: Calliphoridae): application in forensic entolomology.

134 – Queliane Santos Souza, Ana Paula Melo Mariano, Karoleska Ribeiro de Queiroz, Pedro Costa Campos Filho, Marcelo Fernandes Da Silva and Silvia Maria Santos Carvalho. The Importance of Insects of the order Blattodea as Mechanical Vectors of enteroparasitoses of medical interest.

419 – Jéssica C. Peres, Bruna D. C. Brito, Jennifer T. A. de Mello, Daiani F. Dos Santos, Cleber Portal, Júlio V. Barbosa and Gelson L. Fiorentin. Prevalence of pediculosis in elementary school students, São Leopoldo, RS – Brazil.

84 – Franciéle Souza Masiero, Patricia Jacqueline Thyssen, Daniela Isabel Brayer Pereira, Eduardo Santiago Ventura Aguiar, Carlos Eduardo Wayne Nogueira and Guilherme Cunha Moller. Larval therapy in the veterinary field: first application and perspectives of use in Brazil.

166 – José Luiz F Paixão, Márcia C A Prata, John Furlong, Wagner S Tassinari, Vânia R E P Bittencourt and Isabele C Angelo. Bovine weight gain: comparison between homeopathy and conventional chemical acaricide in the control of Rhipicephalus microplus.

268 – Felipe Tavares Rodrigues, Larissa Raquel Klemig Silva, Thaís Aguiar Coelho, Marcos Roberto Pereira Cardozo, Gabriela Da Silva De Freitas, Fernanda Neves Baroni, Mariana Dos Passos Nunes, Paulo Cesar Alves, Tais Caceres De Oliveira, Cláudia Soares Santos Lessa and Valéria Magalhães Aguiar. Acceptability of Larval Therapy in Patients Served at the Federal Hospital of Andaraí (FHA) – Rio de Janeiro.

317 – Marina Ferrari Klemm de Aquino and Patricia Jacqueline Thyssen. Disclosure and evaluation of acceptance of larval therapy in Brazil through an informative infographic.

487 – Nicole Moura-Martiniano, Vinicius Vizzoni, Leonardo Moerbeck, Karen Cardoso, Sheila Ventura, Stefan Oliveira, Marinete Amorim and Gilberto Gazêta. First detection of Rickettsia sp. strain Atlantic rainforest in Rio de Janeiro State, Southern Brazil.

697 – Patricia Jacqueline Thyssen, Marina F K Aquino, Vitor Marraschi, Marcela S. Medina-Cunha and Franciéle S. Masiero. Evaluation of the association of papain and secretion of blowfly larvae (Insecta, Diptera, Calliphoridae) in inhibiting the growth of pathogenic bactéria.

704 – Gabriel Costa, Ivana Oliveira, Hélida Andrade, Marcos Pereira, Nelder Gontijo, Maurício Sant’anna and Ricardo Araújo. Identification of the most expressed proteins from midgut and salivary glands of Amblyomma sculptum during blood-feeding.

717 – Caio Junior Balduino Coutinho Rodrigues, Maria Clemente de Freitas, Jéssica Fiorotti de Paulo, Mariana Guedes Camargo, Laura Nóbrega Meirelles, Emily Mesquita and Vânia Rita Elias Pinheiro Bittencourt. Changes on the in vitro efficacy after successive growth cycles of Metarhizium anisopliae s.l. to Rhipicephalus microplus females.

719 – Maria Clemente de Freitas, Caio Junir Balduino Coutinho Rodrigues, Jéssica Fiorotti de Paulo, Mariana Guedes Camargo, Ricardo de Oliveira Barbosa, Emily Mesquita, Laura Nóbrega Meirelles and Vânia Rita Elias Pinheiro Bittencourt. Influence of preservation time on virulence of Beauveria bassiana in the control of Rhipicephalus microplus.

723 – Laura Nóbrega Meirelles, Caio Junior Balduino Coutinho Rodrigues, Jéssica Fiorotti de Paulo, Maria Clemente de Freitas, Mariana Guedes Camargo, Emily Mesquita, Julie Rhanna Tavares Ferreira and Vânia Rita Elias Pinheiro Bittencourt. Evaluation of Metarhizium anisopliae s.l. isolate for controlling Rhipicephalus microplus.

786 – Bianca Porto, Leticia Petry, Eduarda Santi, Luciana Cossetin, Mariangela Sá and Silvia Monteiro. In vitro antimicrobial activity of maggots hemolymph of Sarconesia chlorogaster (Diptera: Calliphoridae).

795 – Marcos Daniel Filgueiras, Clara Morato, Elen Regozino Muniz, Larissa Tainara Passos Rodrigues, Caio Marcio De Oliveira Monteiro and Éverton Kort Kamp Fernandes. Variation of virulence of Metarhizium robertsii against Musca domestica due to conidial production in different culture media.

801 – Rebecca Leal Caetano, Vinicius Figueiredo Vizzoni, Karla Bitencourth, Cesar Carrico, Tayra Pereira Sato, Zeneida Teixeira Pinto, Stefan Vilges De Oliveira, Marinete Amorim, Carolina Moreira Voloch and Gilberto Salles Gazeta. Ultrastructural Morphology of Tropical and Temperate “Species” of Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato (Acari: Ixodidae) in Brazil.

802 – Tatiane Penha, Fernando Almeida-Souza, Noemi Taniwaki, Maria Izabel Camargo-Mathias, Ana Lúcia Abreu-Silva and Livio Martins Costa-Júnior. Action mechanism of Lippia gracilis essential oil in female of Rhipichephalus microplus.

806 – Gabriela Albuquerque, Nathalie Cunha, Marcielli Almeida, Diana Lemos, Daiana Santana, Fernando Moreira, Nádia Almosny and Sávio Bruno. Ixodological fauna on domestic dogs inhabiting the Serra da Tiririca State Park, RJ.

843 – Jaime A. A. Rodrigues, Ronaldo A. Pereira-Júnior, Christian Luz and Éverton K. K. Fernandes. Increased thermotolerance of entomopathogenic fungi acquired by the addition of riboflavin to the culture médium.

12 – Guilherme Silva Miranda, João Gustavo M. Rodrigues, Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Ranielly A. Nogueira, Gleycka Cristine C. Gomes, Andrea T. Dos Reis, Davi Viegas-Melo, Irlla C. L. Licá, Tamires De M. Lima, João Victor O. Noleto and Nêuton Silva-Souza. Ectoparasites of the wild rodent Holochilus sciureus from the Maranhão state, Brazil.

25 – Diogo Schott, Ugo Araújo Souza and José Reck. Fleas of wild rodents in the Brazilian Pampa biome.

220 – Gilliana Neves, Keity Vilela, Eduardo Oliveira, Marco Antonio Cruz and Eldo Campos. Funcional and Structural Characterization of the Mps1 kinase protein in the hard tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus.

271 – Elizabete Lourenço, Jessica Assis, Ana Carolina Mattos and Helena Bergallo. Ticks in small mammals of Ilha Grande State Park, State of Rio de Janeiro.

286 – Sheilane Da Silva Lima, Rai De Souza Verde, Sidney Ferreira de Oliveira, Vanessa Lima de Souza, Leandro Siqueira de Souza, Tiago Natan Lopes Damasceno, Francisco Glauco de Araujo Santos and Armando Muniz Calouro.Analisys Ectoparasitas found in new record of the species Phylloderma stenops in the of Acre, Brazil.

304 – Fernanda Sousa, Paulo Neves, Marisa Valadão, Thiago Martins, Cristiana Monteiro and Artur Campos. Ectoparasites in wild animals found in the Microregion of Viçosa, MG.

347 – Maria Marta Lima Alves, Gabriel Saraiva Lima E Silva, Eric Carvalho Waquim, Polyanna Araújo Alves Bacelar and Luanna Soares de Melo Evangelista. Presence of chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera) in wild birds of the Zoobotanical Park of Teresina, Piauí.

351 – Maria Marta Lima Alves, Marlon Rodrigues Saraiva Junior, Eric Carvalho Waquim, Luanna Soares de Melo Evangelista and Fabio Akashi Hernandes. Occurence of Hieracolichus hirundo (Mégnin & Trouessart, 1884) (Astigmata: Gabuciniidae) in Harpia harpyja (Linnaeus, 1758) (Acciptriformes: Acciptridae) of the Zoobotanical Park of Teresina, Piauí.

372 – Malu Santos, Carlo Oliveira, Iara Sousa, Marcela Moura, Grazielli Paula, Elza Quadros and Álvaro Junior. Production and characterization of igy antibodies anti- Amblyomma cajennense saliva.

374 – Matheus Cordeiro, Bruna Baêta, Jônathan Chagas, Patrícia Cepeda, Carla Ribeiro and Adivaldo Fonseca. Infection and transovarial transmission of Rickettsia parkeri in Rhipicephalus microplus ticks acquired by artificial feeding.

424 – Maria Marta Lima Alves, Eric Carvalho Waquim, Luanna Soares de Melo Evangelista and Valeria Castilho Onofrio. Occurence of Amblyomma auricularium (Conil, 1878) (Acari: Ixodidae) in Dasypus novemcinctus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Cingulata: Dasypodidae) of the Zoobotanical Park of Teresina, Piauí.

425 – Maria Marta Lima Alves, Eric Carvalho Waquim, Luanna Soares de Melo Evangelista, Celso Barbosa Mendes and Valeria Castilho Onofrio. Parasitism by Amblyomma rotundatum Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae) in Boa constrictor constrictor Linnaeus, 1758 (Squamata: Boidae) of the Zoobotanical Park of Teresina, Piauí.

455 – Sofia Gerhardt Welter, Sinara Jardim, Thomas Dickel Dias, Manoela Alberton Getelina, Jéssyca Bressan Schwantes, Marícia Fantinel D’Ávila, Daniel Ângelo Sganzerla Graichen and Pedro de Souza Quevedo. A case report of Trimenopon hispidium infestations in Cavia aperea (Rodentia, Caviidae).

457 – Thomas Dickel Dias, Jéssyca Bressan Schwantes, Marícia Fantinel D’Ávila, Daniel Ângelo Sgânzerla Graichen and Pedro de Souza Quevedo.First report of Ctenomys torquatus (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) infected by the Bubonic Plague flea vector Xenopsylla brasiliensis (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae).

516 – Sabrina Campos, Niara Nadal, Camila Machado, Arthur Mendes Junior, Maurício Verícimo, Nathalie Cunha, Helena Toma and Nádia Almosny. Occurrence of tick-borne hemoparasites in dogs naturally infected by Leishmania spp. at the municipality of Barra Mansa-RJ.

524 – Felipe Pereira Da Silva Barçante, Jefferson Hallisson Lustosa Silva, Tiago Paixão Ribeiro Sousa, Samara Dias Cardoso Rodrigues, Sávio Ruan Sampaio Sousa, Micherlene Da Silva Carneiro Lustosa, Marcos Antônio Celestino Sousa Filho, Misael Das Virgens Santana, Luanna Soares Melo Evangelista and José Adalmir Torres Souza.Gastrointestinal parasites in goats of a property of Maranhão, evaluated during the rainy season.

574 – Magda Antonello, Eduardo Burgarelli Mayrink, Jeferson Pires and Beatriz Brener. Frigatebird ectoparasites (Fregata magnificens) from animal rehabilitation centers.

575 – Eduardo Burgarelli Mayrink, Magda Antonello Terrana Bezerra de Melo Brito and Beatriz Brener. Ectoparasites in Turkeys (Meleagridis gallopavo).

576 – Bianca Porto, Jessica Couto, Daniel Stainki and Silvia Monteiro.Dermatitis by Cheyletus eruditus in man.

589 – Silvio Rodrigues Da Silva, Elizabete Captivo Lourenço, Wagner De Souza Tassinari and Kátia Maria Famadas. Descriptive study of the historical series of tick occurrence in dogs assisted at two private animal health units in the western part of the city of Rio de Janeiro.

650 – Tayra Sato, Arannadia Silva, Karen Cardoso, Nicole Moura- Martiniano, Vinicius Vizonni and Gilberto Gazeta. Theileria equi infection in Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus in Minas Gerais State, Brazil.

655 – Marcella Katheryne Marques Bernal, Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Rosicléia Serrão Da Cruz, Renzo Brito Lobato, Ellen Yasmin Eguchi Mesquita, Luise Ratis Mello, Katiany Rocha Galo, Ana Beatriz Maciel Da Silva, Maria Carolina Tavares Negrão, Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes, Adriana Maciel De Castro Cardoso Jaques, Fernanda Martins-Hatano, Glenda Maria Lunas Caires and Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira. Occurrence of Amblyomma sp. (Acari: Ixodidae) in Bradypus variegatus (Pilosa: Bradypodidae) from Amazon region, Belém, Pará.

670 – Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Marcella Katheryne Marques Bernal, Rosicléia Serrão Da Cruz, Renzo Brito Lobato, Ellen Yasmin Eguchi Mesquita, Luise Ratis Mello, Katiany Rocha Galo, Ana Beatriz Maciel Da Silva, Glenda Maria Lunas Caires, Ana Carolina Barata Pereira, Lucien Roberta Valente Miranda De Aguirra, Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes, Fernanda Martins-Hatano and Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira.Amblyomma dissimile and Amblyomma humerale in Iguana iguana – Case report.

679 – Tayra Sato, Arannadia Silva, Leonardo Moerbeck, Karen Cardoso, Nicole Moura-Martiniano, Vinicius Vizonni, Marinete Amorim and Gilberto Gazeta. New Rickettsia genotype related infecting Amblyomma scuptum tick from endemic area of Brazilian spotted fever in Brazil.

685 – Rosicléia Serrão Da Cruz, Marcella Katheryne Marq.ues Bernal, Sara Letícia Dos Santos Andrade, Ellen Yasmin Eguchi Mesquita, Luise Ratis Mello, Katiany Rocha Galo, Laura Jamille Argolo Paredes, Renzo Brito Lobato, Ana Carolina Barata Pereira, Maria Carolina Tavares Negrão, Fernanda Figueiredo Mendes, Adriana Maciel De Castro Cardoso Jaques, Fernanda Martins-Hatano and Washington Luiz Assunção Pereira.Occurrence of ticks of the genus Amblyomma (Acari: Ixodidae) parasitizing Podocnemis expansa in Belém – PA.

694 – Rodolfo Silva Moreira Cezar, Denise Silva Nogueira, Ricardo Toshio Fujiwara, Nelder Figueiredo Gontijo, Marcos Horácio Pereira, Mauricio Roberto Viana Sant’Anna and Ricardo Nascimento Araújo. Evaluation of development and feeding parameters of Amblyomma sculptum nymphs feeding on different mice strains.

695 – Rafael Oliveira, Daniela Cunha, Keren Shirano and Carina Oliveira. Morphological identification of Diptera larvae in carcasses of Sus scrofa Linnaeus (Suidae).

696 – Paula Ferreira Franco, Liza Figueiredo Felicori Vilela, Gabriel Cerqueira Alves Costa, Camila Franco Batista de Oliveira, Jéssica Figueiredo Abreu, Elizângela Almeida Rocha, Rafaela Magalhães Macedo Paim, Mauricio Roberto Viana Sant’anna, Nelder Figueiredo Gontijo, Marcos Horácio Pereira and Ricardo Nascimento Araujo. Characterization of a salivary Sphingomyelinase from the hard tick A. sculptum.

701 – Daniela Lopes Da Cunha, Keren Rappuk Martins Shirano, Rafael Rodrigues de Oliveira, Bruno Fines Rocha and Carina Elisei de Oliveira. Standardization of COI PCR for identification of necrophagic flies larvae.

705 – Jéssica Fiorotti de Paulo, Maria Clemente de Freitas, Caio Junior Balduino Coutinho Rodrigues, Emily Mesquita, Ricardo de Oliveira Barbosa, Mariana Guedes Camargo, Laura Nóbrega Meirelles and Vânia Rita Elias Pinheiro Bittencourt.Rhipicephalus microplus hemolymph centrifugation technique.

832 – Mariana Teixeira, Jéssica Chaparro Borges and Carla Abella Vieira.Identification of ectoparasites in dogs and cats in a region of Porto Alegre, RS.

837 – Miller Silva, Anna Karoline Costa, Antonio Sousa, Natacha Fernandes, Vitor Araújo, Daniel Silva and Nazaré Souza. Mixed infestations survey by ectoparasites in dogs and cats during the Pet Action held at Ufra in the city of Belém, Pará.

864 – Mylla Spirandelli Da Costa, V. S Miranda, S. M Siqueira, M. V Silva, F. B. Ferreira, C. M Mota, E. L. P Ramos, M. P. J Szabó and T. W Mineo. Immunomodulatory effect of Amblyomma sculptum tick saliva during Toxoplasma gondii infection.

 

 dia – 06/09/2017

HOSPEDEIROS INVERTEBRADOS:

744 – Carla Fernanda Silva, Andrea Teles, Raynara Fernanda Soares, João Gustavo Rodrigues, Guilherme Miranda, Maria Gabriela Sampaio and Nêuton Silva-Souza. Microbial and physico-chemical analysis of water from natural breeding sites of schistosomiasis transmitting snails in the municipality of São Bento-MA.

11 – Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Ranielly A. Nogueira, Guilherme S. Miranda, João Gustavo M. Rodrigues, Gleycka Cristine C. Gomes, Irlla C. L. Licá, Carla Fernanda Do C. Silva, Davi Viégas-Melo, Tamires De M. Lima, João Victor O. Noleto and Nêuton Silva- Sousa. Wild strain of Schistosoma mansoni: comparative study of the parasitological response in Biomphalaria sp. originating from São Luís and São Bento, Maranhão.

13 – João Gustavo Mendes Rodrigues, Guilherme Silva Miranda, Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Ranielly A. Nogueira, Andrea T. Dos Reis, Davi Viegas-Melo, Raynara Fernanda S. Soares, Tamires De M. Lima, João Victor O. Noleto, Carla F. Do Carmo-Silva and Nêuton Silva- Souza. Production of handmade substrate based on shells of Biomphalaria spp. for the maintenance of intermediate hosts of Schistosoma mansoni in the laboratory.

14 – Guilherme Silva Miranda, João Gustavo M. Rodrigues, Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Ranielly A. Nogueira, Gleycka Cristine C. Gomes, Andrea T. Dos Reis, Davi Viegas-Melo, Carla Fernanda Do C. Silva, Tamires De M. Lima, João Victor O. Noleto and Nêuton Silva-Souza. Freshwater mollusks as hosts of larval trematodes from a metropolitan region of Maranhão state, Brazil.

38 – Roberta Lima Caldeira, Liana Konovalloff Jannotti-Passos and Oma Dos Santos Carvalho. Use of molecular methods for the rapid mass detection of Schistosoma mansoni (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda) in Biomphalaria spp. (Gastropoda: Planorbidae).

40 – Heloisa Brandão, Silvana Thiengo, Lângia Montresor and Suzete Gomes. Biological and parasitological data of Latipes erinaceus (Gastropoda: Veronicellidae) a potential host of the nematodes Angiostrongylus cantonensis and Angiostrongylus costaricensis in Brasil.

56 – Vanessa Moura, Alvaro Luiz Bertho, Taina Monte, Thaize Chometon, Arnaldo Maldonado and Marta Julia Faro. Analysis of circulating hemocytes in Biomphalaria glabrata infected with Schistosoma mansoni and exposed to Roundup™.

152 – Carla Antonella Tomassi, Maria Gabriela Cuezzo, Silvana Carnevale, Liliana Salas, Jorge Bruno Malandrini and Claudia Cecilia Soria. Biotopes of molluscs intermediaries of the cycle of Fasciola hepatica (Linnaeus, 1758) in the province of Catamarca.

174 – Vanessa Valladares and Clélia Christina Mello-Silva. Ultrastructural and chemical characterization of the shell of intermediate host species of schistosomiasis in Brazil.

298 – Danimar López Hernández, Alan Lane de Melo, Elida Mara Rabelo and Hudson Alves Pinto. Gundlachia ticaga (Mollusca: Planorbidae) as an intermediate host of Posthodiplostomum sp. (Trematoda: Diplostomidae) in Brazil.

363 – Fábio Neves Souza, Maísa A. Santos, Daniele Alves-Almeida, Thiago C. Bahiense, Mitermayer G. Reis, Federico Costa and Ticiana Carvalho-Pereira. Slugs’ and snails’ prevalence and abundance in an urban slum: a threat of infectious diseases.

408 – Marcia Oliveira Casotti and Maria Cristina Carvalho Espirito Santo. Molecular detection of Schistosoma mansoni sporocyst stage in Biomphalaria glabrata mollusk in experimental conditions.

448 – Maria Josefa Felisa Rea. Presence of susceptible Biomphalaria tenagophila from Argentina to experimental infection to Schistosoma mansoni in the Uruguay River basin.

632 – Paulo Rodrigues, Silvana Thiengo and Monica Fernandez. Angiostrongylus cantonensis and other nematode larvae parasitizing mollusks in the Metropolitana and Centro Fluminense regions of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

656 – Márcio Loureiro, Jessica Corrêa-Antônio, Aline Mattos and Monica Fernandez. Occurrence of Achatina fulica naturally infected with Angiostrongylus cantonensis in the municipality of Paracambi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

658 – Gabrielle Nascimento Costa Nascimento Costa, Camila Saraiva Dos Anjos, Alan Lane de Melo and Jansen Alfredo Sampaio Zuanon. Apple snail harboring digenetic trematode larvae in a floodplain lake in Central Amazon.

659 – Monica Fernandez, Silvana Thiengo, Iara Xavier, Edvaldo Batista and Roseli Tuan. Suscetibility of Biomphalaria glabrata from a rural area in the medium Paranapanema river, São Paulo, Brasil, to infection with Schistosoma mansoni.

8 – Andrea Teles Reis, Carla Fernanda Silva, Raynara Fernanda Soares, João Gustavo Rodrigues, Ranielly Araújo Nogueira, Guilherme Silva Miranda and Nêuton Silva-Souza. Molluscicidal action of Ficus benjamina leaves in the control of the schistosomiasis vector.

10 – Ranielly A. Nogueira, Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Guilherme S. Miranda, João Gustavo M. Rodrigues, Gleycka Cristine C. Gomes, Andre T. Reis, Davi Viégas-Melo, Irlla C. L. Licá, Tamires De M. Lima, João Victor De O. Noleto and Nêuton Silva-Souza. Evaluation of molluscicidal activity of “monkey pepper” (Piper arboreum Aubl) in Biomphalaria sp. from São Luís and São Bento, Maranhão.

270 – Gabriela Friani, Clélia Mello-Silva, Ester Mota, Marta Júlia Faro, Samaly Souza, Valdir Costa, Marcela Figueiredo and Patrícia Gôlo. Changes in the immune response of susceptible Biomphalaria glabrata infected with Schistosoma mansoni influenced by exposure to natural products.

387 – Anna Carla Alberto-Silva, Rodolfo Cunha, Valdir Costa, Everton Santos, Maurício Vasconcellos, Clélia Christina Mello-Silva and Cláudia Santos. Behavioral response of Biomphalaria glabrata exposed to sublethal concentration (CL50) of Euphorbia milii var. hislopii látex.

436 – Jose Augusto Albuquerque Santos and Karine Neres Lima. Toxic activity of the hydroalcoholic and ethyl acetate extracts of Moringa ovalifolia on Biomphalaria glabrata.

438 – José Augusto Albuquerque Santos, Karine Neres Lima and Lucas Vinícius Lima. Toxic activity of extracts in dichloromethane and methanol from leaves of Plectranthus barbatus Andrews on Biomphalaria glabrata.

484 – Andrea Teles Reis, Carla Fernanda Silva, Raynara Fernanda Soares, Amanda Mara Teles, Joâo Gustavo Rodrigues, Guilherme Miranda and Nêuton Silva – Souza. Molluscicidal effect of the leaves of Napoleon’s Hat and Purple Pionus on Biomphalaria glabrata, São Bento – Ma.

100 – Tassiana Tomaz, Rosana Gentile and Marta Julia Faro. A survey of freshwater and terrestrial snails in the Municipality of São Gonçalo, RJ, with emphasis on vectors of human parasites.

 

EPIDEMIOLOGIA:

296 – Ellen Dayse Ferreira, Jully Anne Lemos Batista, Ana Beatriz Gomes Moura, Jorge Lucas Nascimento Souza, Vicente Toscano Araujo Neto and Maria de Fátima de Souza. Occurrence of parasites in sheep created in different climatic situations.

562 – Edson Santos, Donnavan Silva, Hávila Souza, Tinara Aarão, Wanessa Martins and Maria Fragoso. Parasitological analysis of frozen taperebá pulp (Spondias mombin) marketed at the fair of Guajará municipality of Ananindeua-PA.

578 – Cleidiane Gualter Santos, Krissia Rodrigues Silva, Danuza Pinheiro Bastos Garcia Mattos, Taiane Almeida Santos and Jorge Luiz Fortuna. Research of coliforms and parasites in lettuce (Lactuca sativa L. var. crispa) commercialized in supermarkets of Teixeira de Freitas, BA, Brazil.

582 – Bianca Lourençone Huais, Elisa de Mello E Souza Meth, Patrícia Riddell Millar, Adriana Pittella Sudré, Jorge Luiz Fortuna and Danuza Pinheiro Bastos Garcia Mattos. Parasites in condimentary vegetables in street fairs of the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil.

601 – Louize Fernanda M. Durans, Eslen Quezia S. Miranda, Ranielly A. Nogueira, Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Larissa Fernanda S. Lima, Allana F. Barros, Higor Da S. Ferreira, Ana Eliza R. de Oliveira, Leandro M Miranda, Alessandra L. Rocha and Fábio Henrique E. de Andrade. Parasitological and organoleptic analysis of the water from the network of pluvial drainage located in the center of Pinheiro-MA.

708 – Eduarda Maria Trentin Santi, Mariangela Facco de Sá, Lauren Lazarini Hoffmann, Diego Antonio Giacomini, Janaína Dillmann, Ricardo Aymay Gonçalves, Celso Aita and Silvia Gonzalez Monteiro. Parasitological analysis in arugula (Eruca sativa) cultivated with organic compost of pig manure.

716 – Ana Fernanda Da Silva, Beatriz Pires Do Nascimento, Marlúcia Da Silva Bezerra Lacerda and Jurecir Da Silva. Parasitic community of lettuce in vegetable garden of Teresina, Piauí.

728 – Laís Marins, Gabriela De Bonis and Patricia Camera. Parasitological analysis in sushi and salmon sashimi marketed in japanese restaurants in the western zone of Rio de Janeiro – RJ.

805 – Jucianne Martins Lobato, Veruska Cavalcanti Barros and Antonio Ferreira Mendes-Sousa. Detection of parasitic contamination in Coriandrum sativum sold in open markets of Picos, PI, Brazil.

813 – Michele Andrade, Suzana Souza, Danrley Godoi, Camila Silva, Isadora Garbe and Juliane Greinert-Goulart. Sanitary evaluation of organic vegetables cultivated in the médio vale do Itajaí with emphasis on the detection and identification of Ascaris spp.; Cryptosporidium spp and Giardia spp.

57 – Joelande E. Correia, Aristeu V. Da Silva, Selma S. B. Da S. Gomes and Herica M. B. Carvalho. High prevalence of Toxoplasma infection in a rural community.

667 – Silvana Thiengo, Rafael Esteves, Elizangela Silva, Paulo Marcos Coelho, Stefan Geiger, Marta Pinto, Patricia Cantanhede and Monica Fernandez. Malacological and parasitological survey in two municipalities considered of low endemicity for Schistosomiasis mansoni, Januária (MG) and Turiaçu (MA), Brasil.

675 – Gleidson Everton Costa Do Amaral Ferreira, Cintia Cryslaine Da Silva De Oliveira, Dhiego Lima Costa, Kelly Karolling Dos Santos, Milena Cristina Martins Da Silva and Marly De Fátima Carvalho De Melo. Parasitological profile of helminths and protozoa species that affect natives in a riverside community called Murutucu in Belém, Pará – Brazil.

680 – Kelly Karolling Dos Santos, Cintia Cryslaine Da Silva De Oliveira, Dhiego Lima Costa, Gleidson Everton Costa Do Amaral Ferreira, Layana Duarte Silva Leite, Simone Da Cruz Alves and Marly De Fátima Carvalho De Melo. Comparative analysis of the parasitological profile of individuals from two riverside communities in the Amazon.

741 – Ana Carolina Marinho Santos, Naianny Lívia Oliveira Nascimento, Elidiane Melo Gonzaga Silva, Angelica Alves Teixeira Melo, Silvana Siboney Gomes Da Silveira Santos, Mario Cesar Ferreira Lima Júnior and Janira Lúcia Assumpção Couto. Socio- environmental aspects and occurrence of intestinal parasitosis in residents of the village Mangabeira belonging to the municipality of Pilar (Alagoas, Brazil).

788 – Isabella Maxwell Paulino Fernandes, Antônio Barbosa Da Silva Júnior, Luana Da Silva Furini, Tatiane Marques Santos and Vanessa Paulino Da Cruz Vieira. Occurrence of parasitic structures in toilets of a Basic, Technical and Technological Education institution in the northern region of Minas Gerais.

85 – Lidiane Silva, Mariana Rodrigues, Irlane Pinho and Bruno Berto. Identification of Isospora sagitulae (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the white-shouldered fire-eye Pyriglena leucoptera (Passeriformes: Thamnophilidae) in the Itatiaia National Park, Brazil.

86 – Danilo Pastura, Jennifer Gomes, Priscyanne Siqueira, Viviane Lima and Bruno Berto. Identification of Isospora corruirae (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the southern house wren Troglodytes musculus (Passeriformes: Troglodytidae) in the Itatiaia National Park, Brazil.

308 – Luciana Sianto, Erika Lopes Klein and Marcia Chame. Parasitic diversity in Felidae,Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771) and Panthera onca (Linnaeus, 1758) from Piauí State, Northeast of Brazil.

344 – Heloisa Lacerda, Laura Zanella Souza, Priscila Maria Lattari Silva, Arielle Aparecida Lara, Izabel Carolina Vargas Pinto Gogone and Nelson Luís Mello Fernandes. Prevention and control of the parasitosis of dogs and cats that represent risks to the population health.

482 – Valéria Da Costa Oliveira, Viviane Cardoso Boechat, Artur Augusto Velho Mendes Junior, Fabiano Borges Figueiredo, Monique Paiva Campos, Maria Regina Reis Amendoeira, Raquel De Vasconcellos Carvalhaes De Oliveira and Rodrigo Caldas Menezes. Ocurrence of co-infections by Ehrlichia spp., Anaplasma spp., Borrelia burgdorferi, Dirofilaria immitis and Toxoplasma gondii in dogs seropositive for Leishmania infantum.

539 – Luciano Antunes Barros and Andre Felipe Pedrazzi Chacon. Parasitological examinations of samples received at the Laboratory of Diagnostic Support in Parasitic Diseases.

643 – Jamille Teraoka, Priscilla Patricio, Elizabete Lourenço and Kátia Maria Famadas. Recapture and parasitic composition of bats in an urban refuge in Rio de Janeiro.

727 – Bethania Bastos, Nilceia Ramos, Mariana Figueiredo, Beatriz Brener and Flavya Mendes-De-Almeida. Diarrhea in young domestic cats: which parasites are involved?

208 – Isabella Abreu, Angela Santos, Jaime Junior and Tássia Gomes. Parasitological analysis of soil samples from three squares of Belém – Pará.

619 – José Alex Carvalho Farias, Thiago Jose Matos Rocha and Thycia Maria Gama Cerqueira. Risk indicators of Schistosomiasis mansoni in municipalities of the state of Alagoas, Brazil: environmental aspects and identification of Biomphalaria.

639 – Italo Leon, Adriane Strothmann, Sabrina Jeske, Tanise Bianchi, Cloviane Islabão and Marcos Villela. Presence of geohelmintos in the soil of the squares of Laranjal beach, Pelotas, RS, Brazil.

17 – Raquel Lopes Martins Souza, Maurilio Pacheco-Neto, Cybele Gargioni, Marcos José Marques, Carlos Frederico Loiola, Rosângela Vieira Siqueira and Herminia Yohko Kanamura. The role of migration for the schistosomiasis occurrence in the south/southwestern of Minas Gerais state, Brazil.

59 – João Luis Marcondes Chacao, Nathalia Cristine Maciel, Laura Rocha Guerino, Estephanie Oliveira Carvalho, Gabriela Aparecida Dos Santos Saraiva and Alexsandro Goes Da Silva. Occurence of the schistosomiasis in São Vicente municipality, state of São Paulo from 2010 to 2015.

120 – Dayse Silva, Tainara Pinho, Raquel Souza, Ivo Caldas, Dionicia Souza and Herminia Kanamura. Seroprevalence of toxocariasis among patients of Alenas, MG, attended at the clinical laboratory of the pharmaceutical sciences faculty of UNIFAL – MG.

178 – Maria Gabriela S. Lira, Ranielly A. Nogueira, Guilherme S. Miranda, João Gustavo M. Rodrigues, Gleycka Cristine C. Gomes, Irlla C. L. Licá, Tamires De M. Lima, João Victor O. Noleto and Nêuton Silva-Sousa. Relationship of positivity to Schistosoma mansoni between snails and humans in the municipality of São Bento, Baixada Ocidental Maranhense, Maranhão, Brazil.

183 – Queliane Santos Souza, Ana Paula Melo Mariano, Karoleska Ribeiro de Queiroz, Pedro Costa Campos Filho, Marcelo Fernandes Da Silva and Silvia Maria Santos Carvalho. Prevalence of Helminths and Protozoa in the municipality of Vila Juerana, Ilhéus-BA.

228 – Mariana Sousa, Marta Cristhiany Pinheiro, José Damião Silva Filho, Tamires Franco, Alberto Ramos Júnior and Fernando Schemelzer Bezerra. Epidemiological characteristics and predictors of occurrence of Schistosoma mansoni infection in a low endemic area in Northeast of Brazil.

357 – José Damião Silva Filho, Marta Cristhiany Cunha Pinheiro, Mariana Silva Sousa, Issis Maria Nogueira Castro, Thiago Miranda Alves, Cinthya Rilya Oliveira Cavalcante, Alberto Novaes Ramos Júnior and Fernando Schemelzer De Moraes Bezerra. Transposition of the São Francisco River in the Ceará State: presence of Schistosoma mansoni in construction site workers.

358 – Marta Cristhiany Cunha Pinheiro, José Damião Silva Filho, Reagan Nzundu Boigny, Anderson Fuentes Ferreira, Fernando Schemelzer De Moraes Bezerra and Alberto Novaes Ramos Junior. Schistosoma mansoni mortality in São Francisco River Integration Project areas.

359 – Leyva Cecília Vieira de Melo, Dan Jesse Gonçalves Da Mota, Ricardo Gava, Vera Lucia Pereira-Chioccola and Pedro Luiz Silva Pinto. Cases of eosinophilic meningitis by Angiostrongylus cantonensis in urban areas of São Paulo state, Brazil, from September, 2010 to September, 2016.

422 – Pablo Fabiano Moura Das Neves, Adriano Furtado and Jeannie Nascimento Dos Santos. Mycobacterium tuberculosis and intestinal helminths: a dangerous association in Belém – PA.

441 – Cristina Mercedes Gené, Adriana Inés Fleitas, María Josefa Felisa Rea and Carlos Edgardo Borda. High prevalence of Strongyloides stercoralis in the city of Corrientes in the northeast region of Argentina.

474 – Sabrina Jeske, Tanise Freitas Bianchi, Bruna Baccega and Marcos Marreiro Villela. Detection of intestinal parasites in a sample of cancer patients from the School Hospital of the Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel), RS, Brazil.

555 – Adriana L. Von Sohsten, Joelande E. Correia, Aristeu V. Da Silva and Guita Rubinsky-Elefant. Factors associated with human infection by Toxocara in residents of a rural area.

756 – Agostinho Gonçalves Viana, Pedro Guimarães-Gazzinelli, Dayane Souza, Vanessa Castro, Roney Elias Silva, Diogo Cardoso, Denise Nogueira, Lílian Bueno, Stefan Geiger, Anna Phillips and Ricardo Fujiwara. Optimizing strategies to diagnose and control intestinal schistosomiasis in low and moderate endemicity areas of Brazil.

790 – Roney Elias Da Silva, Dayane Costa de Souza, Vanessa Normandio Castro, Diogo Tavares Cardoso, Agostinho Gonçalves Viana and Stefan Michael Geiger. Prevalence of Schistosoma mansoni human infection: comparison of prevalence obtained by the Kato-Katz method and rapid urine test (POC-CCA).

 

HELMINTOLOGIA – TERAPIA E VACINA

846 – Michele Andrade, Suzana Souza, Danrley Godoi, Camila Silva, Isadora Garbe and Juliane Greinert-Goulart. Evaluation of the organic compound produced in the region of the médio vale do rio Itajaí, Santa Catarina, in the elimination of helminth eggs with emphasis on Ascaris spp.

4 – Lúzio G. B. Flauzino, Marcos G. Tozatti, Daiane F. G. Sampaio, Ana H. Januário, Patrícia M. Pauletti, Márcio L. A. Silva, Lizandra G. Magalhães and Wilson R. Cunha. Evaluation of schistosomicidal activity of hydnocarpin D, a flavolignan isolated from Vellozia variabillis stem.

579 – Marta Cavalcanti, Aline F. A. Cunha and José Mauro Peralta. Assessment of the response to Praziquantel and long-term follow up by using point-of-care – CCA rapid test in Schistosoma mansoni endemic and non-endemic areas.

53 – Alsacia Atanasio-Nhacumbe, Maria Consuelo Carybe Ayres, Sabrina Mota Lambert and Barbara Maria Parana Souza. Anthelmintic resistance in gastrointestinal nematodes of goats in southern Mozambique.

391 – Rodrigo Bonilla, José Hernández, Cristiana Cazapal-Monteiro, Diana Freiría, José Pedreira, Iván Francisco, Jaime Sanchís, Rubén Francisco, Rita Sánchez-Andrade and María Sol Arias. Effect of oxyclozanide + ivermectin on paramphistomid-infected cattle from Colombia.

447 – Thais Amanda Musolon, Heloisa Lacerda, Ana Paula Molinari Candeias, Karin Cristine Pase and Nelson Luis Mello Fernandes. Efficacy of trichlorfon, isolated or associated with albendazole and ivermectin in the control of helminth infection in sheep.

606 – Teresa Pontes, Josiana Gomes de Andrade and Clóvis de Paula Santos. Predatory activity of Arthrobotrys spp. and Monacrosporium spp. against infective larvae of sheep.

725 – Namir Moreira, Ludmila Albuquerque and Fredericoribeiro Alves Passos. Aqueous extracts of Allium sativum and Mentha piperita on the control of helminths in redneck chicken from a farm in the municipality of Itaboraí – RJ.

775 – Wendeo Ferreira Da Silveira, Patrick Fernandes Da Silva, Lorendane Millena De Carvalho, Marisa Caixeta Valadão, Laíce Alves Da Silva, Tiago De Hollanda Ayup, Maria Clara Nunes, Juliana Milani Araujo, Victoria Kanadani Campos Poltronieri, Fabio Ribeiro Braga, Jackson Victor De Araújo and Leandro Licursi De Oliveira. Coadministration of nematode-trapping fungus for biological control over gastrointestinal helminths of goats in vitro.

32 – Suyene Rocha Pinto, Ralph Santos-Oliveira and Sara Rhaissa Rezende Dos Reis. Biodistribution of Praziquantel (PZQ) Nanoemulsion (NE) in Healthy Wistar Rats: Evaluation of Biological Behavior.

149 – Marina Vinaud, Nayana Lima, Carolina Fraga, Tatiane Costa and Guaraciara Picanço. In vitro influence of a benzimidazole derivative (RCB15) on the glycolytic pathway of Taenia crassiceps cysticerci.

150 – Marina Vinaud, Nayana Lima, Guaraciara Picanco, Luciana Silva, Eliana Isac and Tatiane Costa. Nitazoxanide effect on the glycolytic pathway of Taenia crassiceps cysticerci inoculated in the brain of mice.

154 – Ester Puna Goma, Ana Carolina Santos, Daniel Vanzan, Thaiany Eduardo, Mariana Delle Piane De Carvalho, Marcela Cristina De Moraes, Luiz Claudio Pereira Da Silva, Hilton Mata-Santos, Lucio Mendes Cabral and Alexandre Pyrrho. The use of silybin nanoparticles as a complementary treatment of schistosomiasis experimental infection.

265 – Thiago José Matos Rocha, Marília Gabriela Dos Santos Cavalcanti, José Maria Barbosa-Filho, Valeria Cristina de Melo Lopes, Samara Almeida de Souza Griz, Aldenir Feitosa Dos Santos, Fábio André Brayner Dos Santos, Luiz Carlos Alves and José Alex Carvalho de Farias. Ultrastructural study on the morphological changes of Schistosoma mansoni after in vitro exposure to monoterpene rotundifolone.

266 – Thiago José Matos Rocha, Marília Gabriela Dos Santos Cavalcanti, Elverson Soares de Melo, Catarina Fernandes de Freitas, Emanuelle Cavalcante Pimentel, Fabio André Brayner Dos Santos, Luiz Carlos Alves, Dyana Leal Veras and José Alex Carvalho de Farias. In vivo effect of essential oil of mentha x villosa and its active compound against Schistosoma mansoni (Sambon, 1907).

386 – Daniel Da Silva Torres, Lucas Araújo Vieira Manoel, Amanda Batalha Teixeira, Juliane Marques Felicíssimo, Danielle Gomes Marconato, Michélia Antônia Do Nascimento Gusmão, Jorge Willian Leandro Nascimento, Lara Soares Aleixo De Carvalho, Lívia Beatriz Almeida Fontes, Flávia Fernanda Bubula Couto, Neusa Araújo, Ademar A. Da Silva Filho, Eveline Gomes Vasconcelos and Priscila De Faria Pinto. In vitro and in vivo schistosomicidal effects of Licochalcone A.

434 – Lucas Araújo Vieira Manoel, Daniel Torres, Amanda Batalha Teixeira, Luana Carla Saço, Mirna Meana Dias, Poliana Marques Zaquine, Michélia Antônia Do Nascimento Gusmão, Nayara Braga Emídio, Danielle Gomes Marconatto, Jorge William Leandro Nascimento, Josué De Moraes, Pedro L.S. Pinto, Paulo Marcos Zech Coelho, Eveline Gomes Vasconcelos, Ademar A. Da Silva Filho and Priscila De Faria-Pinto. In vivo and in vitro of Arctiin schistosomicidal activity.

595 – Natália Pinto, Leonardo Mortagua de Castro, Gabriela de Almeida Capella, Micaele Quintana de Moura, Tairan Ourique Motta, Adriane Leites Strothmann, Wesley Douglas Da Silva Terto, Maria Elisabeth Aires Berne and Fábio Pereira Leivas Leite. Thymus vulgaris a phytotherapeutic potential in the control of gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep.

649 – Gabriela Almeida Capella, Micaele Quintana de Moura, Natalia Berne Pinto, Soliane Carra Perera, Claudia Giordani, Cristine Cioato Da Silva, Kariana Affedelt Guterres, Adriane Leites Strothmann, Leonardo Mortagua de Castro, Nielle Versteg, Tairan Ourique Motta, Rogerio Antonio Freitag, Marlete Brum Cleff and Maria Elisabeth Aires Berne. Ovicidal and larvicidal potential of marjoram (Origanum majorana) in Toxocara spp.

653 – Lizandra Guidi Magalhaes, Maria De Fátima Pereira, Fernanda Rafacho Badoco, Denise Crispim Tavares, Govind Kapadia, Antônio Eduardo Miller Crotti and Subba Rao. Uncovering new curcuminoids against Schistosoma mansoni.

794 – Wendeo Ferreira Da Silveira, Patrick Fernandes Da Silva, Isabela De Castro Oliveira, Marisa Caixeta Valadão, Juliana Milani Araujo, Victoria Kanadani Campos Poltronieri, Maria Clara Nunes, Jackson Victor De Araújo and Leandro Licursi De Oliveira. Characterization and activity biology of serinoproteases of nematophagous fungi Arthrobotrys cladodes.

195 – Luisa Corrêa, Bruna Couto, Edson Carvalho, José Eduardo Sousa and Julia Maria Costa-Cruz. Bioinformatics analyzes to evaluate the vacinal potential of the D3 peptide mimetic to Strongyloides stercoralis antigen.

197 – Bruna Couto, Luisa Corrêa, José Eduardo Sousa, Edson Carvalho and Julia Maria Costa-Cruz. In silico evaluation of the vacinal potential of the mimetic C10 peptide to Strongyloides stercoralis antigen.

PROTOZOOLOGIA

22 – Aline Zuma, Lucas Castro, Amanda Cristina Leite, Franz Bracher and Wanderley de Souza. The effects of novel histone deacetylases inhibitors against Trypanosoma cruzi.

55 – Daiane Ferreira, Marta Lima, Mariana Galuppo, Juliana Reimao, Juliana Guerra, Angela Russell, Graham Wynne, Roy Lai, Melissa Cadelis, Brent Copp and Andre Tempone. Efficacy of new synthetic alpha-pyrones against Trypanosoma cruzi using marine compounds as scaffolds.

92 – Eduardo Coelho, Mônica Schneider, Daniela Lage, Daniel Dias, Lourena Costa, Thaís Santos, Beatriz Salles, Patrícia Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana Lima, Danniele Vale, Grasiele Tavares, Débora Mendonça, Vívian Martins, Ricardo Machado-De-Ávila and Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli. An in silico functional annotation and screening of potential drug targets derived from Leishmania spp. hypothetical proteins identified by immunoproteomics.

366 – Juliane Duque, Isabela Souza, Juliana Santos, Adilson Silva, Clarice Abramo and Julia Penna Coutinho. Evaluation of in vitro antimalarial activity of compounds derived from aminoquinolines and schiff bases.

402 – Jose Ignacio Carranza, Pia Machuca, Jessica Monroig, Mariana Ros, Sofia Echazarreta, Claudia Falcone, Gustavo Gonzalez, Tomas Orduna and Susana Lloveras. Adverse reactions to the treatment of chronic Chagas disease: case series.

799 – Fernanda B. Perasoli, Luan S. B. Silva, Tamires C. Almeida, Maykon T. Oliveira, Diogo G. Valadares, Alexandre B. Reis and José M. Barichello. Amphotericin B-loaded polymeric micelles for the treatment of visceral leishmaniasis.

242 – Carolina Kei Miyazaki, Letícia Lage, Daniela Lage, Marcella Rodrigues, Lucas Santos, Érica Oliveira, Ana Maria Carvalho, Bruno Roatt, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Carlos Tavares, Ricardo Alves, José Barichello, Eduardo Coelho and Mariana Duarte. Efficacy of an 8-hydroxyquinoline-containing polymeric micelle system therapy for visceral leishmaniasis in the murine model of infection with Leishmania infantum.

297 – Lucas Santos, Letícia Lage, Carolina Miyazaki, Daniela Lage, Érica Oliveira, Ana Carvalho, Bruno Roatt, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Carlos Tavares, Ricardo Alves, José Barichello, Eduardo Coelho, Mariana Duarte and Marcella Rodrigues. Antileishmanial activities of 8-hydroxyquinoline-containing polymeric micelle system against murine tegumentary leishmaniasis.

33 – Sara Rhaissa Rezende Dos Reis, Suyene Rocha Pinto and Ralph Santos-Oliveira. Polycaprolactone antimony nanoparticles as drug delivery system for leishmaniasis.

44 – Viviane Faiões, Edézio Ferreira Da Cunha Júnior, Job Domingos Inácio Filho, Myslene Soares Da Fonseca, Elmo Eduardo de Almeida Amaral, Aníbal Eugênio Vercesi and Eduardo Caio Torres Dos Santos. The role of quinones as inhibitors of respiratory chain and redox metabolism in Leishmania infantum.

52 – Gabriellen M. M. Castro, Yasmin Da S. Fontes, Leandro A. O. Barbosa, Jose A. F. P. Villar, Silmara L. G. Alves, Ana C. S. Da C. Tessis and Antonio Ferreira-Pereira. Effect of digoxin derivatives in promastigotes and amastigotes of Leishmania (Leishmania) infantum chagasi.

67 – Juliana Tonini Mesquita, Silvia Reni Bortolin Uliana, Juliana Quero Reimão and Andre Gustavo Tempone. Combination therapy using amitriptyline with amphotericin B and miltefosine against in vitro cutaneous leishmaniasis.

68 – Maiara Romaneli, Marta Lima, Mariana Galuppo, Marina Valera, Joao Paulo Fernandes, João Lago and Andre Tempone. Synthetic derivatives of gibbilimbol B are in vitro effective against intracellular amastigotes of Trypanosoma cruzi.

110 – Débora Mendonça, Mariana Duarte, Leticia Lage and Daniela Lage. Efficacy of polymeric micelles for amphotericin B delivery against murine visceral leishmaniasis.

112 – Débora Mendonça, Mariana Duarte, Leticia Lage, Daniela Lage, Lourena Costa, Beatriz Sales, Thaís Santos, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana Lima, Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli, Vívian Martins, Danielle Vale, Daniel Dias, Patrícia Ribeiro, Grasiele Tavares, José Barichello and Eduardo Coelho. In vitro activity and toxicity and in vivo therapeutic efficacy of Poloxamer 407-based polymeric micelles for amphotericin B delivery against murine tegumentary leishmaniasis.

125 – Leandro Sangenito, Claudia Davila-Levy, Marta Brnaquinha and André Santos. Repositioning of HIV aspartyl peptidase inhibitors against the neglected pathogen Trypanosoma cruzi.

126 – Leandro Sangenito, Andrew Reddy, Arthur de Azevedo Guedes, Marta Branquinha, Kevin Kavanagh, John McGinley, André Santos and Trinidad Velasco-Torrijos. Glycosylated metal chelators as anti-protozoa agents with tunable selectivity.

136 – Grasiele S.V Tavares, Mariana C. Duarte, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P Lage, Lourena E Costa, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Daniel S. Dias, Thaís T.O. Santos, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Danniele L. Vale, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Bruno M. Roatt, Wiliam C.B. Régis and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. Antileishmanial activity of purified products from Zingiber Officinalis Roscoe and their application against tegumentary leishmaniasis.

139 – Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Mariana C. Duarte, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P. Lage, Lourena E. Costa, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Daniel S. Dias, Thaís T.O. Santos, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Danniele L. Vale, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Bruno M. Roatt, Wiliam C.B. Régis and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. New compounds derived from the Brazilian biodiversity presenting low toxicity and high in vitro antileishmanial efficacy against different Leishmania species.

153 – Raquel Arruda Sanfelice, Larissa Rodrigues Bosqui, Laís Fernanda Machado, Suelen Santos Da Silva, Milena Menegazzo Miranda – sapla, Gabriela de Alcântara Dalevedo, Dielle Ioris, Fernanda Tomiotto-Pellissier, Guilherme Fonseca Reis, Mayara Ribeiro, Luciano Aparecido Panagio, Italmar Teodorico Navarro, Ivete Conchon-Costa, Wander Rogerio Pavanelli, Ricardo Sergio Almeida and Idessania Nazareth Costa. Pre-treatment with pravastatin at low concentrations associated with conventional drugs reduces the intracellular proliferation of T. gondii tachyzoites in HeLa cells.

164 – Rafaela José Da Silva, Angelica de Oliveira Gomes, Priscila Silva Franco, Iliana Claudia Balga Milian, Maria Célia Dos Santos, José Roberto Mineo, Neide Maria Da Silva, Eloisa Amalia Vieira Ferro and Bellisa de Freitas Barbosa. Enrofloxacin and toltrazuril are able to reduce Toxoplasma gondii growth in human BeWo trophoblastic cells by modulation of immune response and damages on tachyzoite structure.

165 – Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Tatiana G. Ribeiro, Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli, Juçara R. Franca, Leonardo L. Fuscaldi, Mara L. Santos, Mariana D. Costa, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P. Lage, Lourena E.Costa, Thaís T. Santos, Beatriz C.S Salles, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Daniel S. Dias, Danniele L. Vale, Grasiele S V S V Tavares, Débora V. Mendonça, Rachel O. Castilho, Andre A.G Faraco and Eduardo A. F. Coelho. An optimized nanoparticle delivery system based on chitosan and chondroitin sulphate molecules reduces the toxicity of amphotericin B and is effective in treating tegumentary leishmaniasis.

204 – Thais Alves Da Costa Silva, Anderson K. Ueno, Juliana Tonini Mesquita, Daiane Dias Ferreira, Andre G. Tempone and João Henrique G. Lago. Plasma membrane disruption of Trypanosoma cruzi induced by a metabolite from the Brazilian plant Baccharis retusa (Asteraceae).

210 – Marcella Rodrigues, Leticia Lage, Daniela Lage, Lucas Santos, Carolina Miyazaki, Érica Oliveira, Ana Carvalho, Bruno Roatt, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Carlos Tavares, Ricardo Alves, Eduardo Coelho and Mariana Duarte. In vitro antileishmanial activity of 8- hydroxyquinoline against Leishmania species causing visceral and tegumentary leishmaniasis.

229 – Ana Lia Mazzeti, Karolina Gonçalves, Lívia Diniz, Pollyanna Spósito and Maria Terezinha Bahia. Different dosing protocols for old drugs for treating Trypanosoma cruzi infection in mice.

245 – Karen Faria, Renata Paula, Adriel Araújo, Soraia Silva, Maria Melo, Raul Ribeiro, Frédéric Frézard and Sydnei Silva. Stealth liposomal formulation for the treatment of visceral leishmaniosis: preparation, characterization and in vitro therapeutic effectiveness.

251 – Iasmin Araújo, Renata Paula, Karen Faria, Fernanda Silva, Gabriela Mendes, Marco Oliveira, Eliane Dias, Juliana Miranda, Raul Ribeiro, Alaíde Oliveira and Sydnei Silva. In vitro antileishmanial activity of bisabolol.

272 – Ana Carolina Bolela Bovo Candido, Julia Medeiros Souza, Mariana Cintra Pagotti, Carly Henrique Gambeta Borges, Sérgio Ricardo Ambrósio, Rodrigo Cássio Sola Veneziani, Jairo Kenupp Bastos and Lizandra Guidi Magalhães. Antileishmanial activity of kaurenoic acid and polialtic acid: an antagonist effect.

273 – Mariana Cintra Pagotti, Ana Carolina Bolela Bovo Candido, Julia Medeiros Souza, Leticia Aparecida Ribeiro, Herbert Júnior Dias, Antonio Eduardo Miller Crotti and Lizandra Guidi Magalhães. In vitro leishmanicidal activity of synthetic neolignans.

284 – Suianne Leticia Antunes Mota and Maria Terezinha Bahia. evaluation of the in vitro anti-Trypanosoma cruzi activity of the benznidazole in combination with the fexinidazol-sulfone metabolite.

287 – Thaís Alves Da Costa-Silva, Thiago R. de Morais, Giulia E. Guimarães Gonçalves, Luciano Caseli, Maiara M. Romaneli Silva, Marta Lopes Lima, Mariana Kolos Galuppo, Andre G. Tempone and João Henrique G. Lago. Tripanocidal activity induced by metabolites isolated from the Brazilian plant Drimys brasiliensis.

315 – Janaina Seibert, Tatiane Amparo, Ivanildes Rodrigues, Policarpo Sales, Paula Vieira, Cláudia Carneiro and Orlando Santos. Antiparasitic potencial of essential oil from leaves of the Cymbopogon densiflorus: In silico and in vitro anti- Trypanossoma cruzi evaluation.

326 – Camila Queiroz, Amanda Aliança, Everton Da Silva, Miria Barbosa, Marcos Oliveira Filho, Luiz Carlos Alves, Ana Cristina Leite and Fábio André Brayner. Evaluation of in vitro antiparasitic activity of new heterocyclic compounds belonging to the Thiazole group against Leishmania infantum.

327 – Camila Queiroz, Amanda Aliança, Everton Da Silva, Marcos Oliveira Filho, José Wanderlan Espindola, Luiz Alves, Ana Cristina Leite and Fábio Brayner. Evaluation of antiparasitic activities of new heterocyclic compounds belonging to thiosemicarbazone and pyridine against Leishmania infantum.

472 – João Flávio Monteiro Silva, Morgana Vital de Araújo, João Kaycke Sarmento Da Silva, Karolina Cristina Jatobá Da Silva, Mauro Gomes Silva, Ronaldo Nascimento Oliveira, Tania Maria Sarmento Silva, Celso De Amorim Câmara and Magna Suzana Alexandre Moreira. Citotoxicity and leishmanicidal activity of triazole amino quinones compounds.

513 – João Filipe Vieira, Neyza Emilia Salomão, Nádia Moreira, Nívea Carolina Paiva, Diogo Valadares, Narjara Sacramento, Angelo de Fátima, Rodrigo Dian Soares, Alexandre Reis, Lucilene Resende and Thais Ostolin. In vitro leishmanicidal and cytotoxic activity by flow cytometry of synthetic derivates of Aldimines and Hantzsch Adducts against L. infantum.

590 – Isabela Ceravolo, Luana Caroline Colling, Arthur Fett-Neto and Antoniana Krettli. Cytoxicity and anti-P. falciparum activity in vitro of extracts from the medicinal plant Schinus terebinthifolius.

625 – Letícia Dos Santos Petry, Bianca Zanardi, Janaína Dillmann, Thirssa Helena Grando, Luciana Cossetin, Eduarda Santi and Silvia Gonzalez Monteiro. Evaluation of in vitro trypanocidal activity of excretory/secretion products of Lucilia sericata and Sarconesia chlorogaster larvae.

642 – Carolina Camargo, Gabriele Zatelli, Debora Wopereis, Maria Luiza Buchele, Marilise Rott, Miriam Falkenberg and Karin Caumo. Activity assessment of ethanolic extract of brown algae Dictyopteris jolyana against the trophozoite stage of Acanthamoeba castellanii.

688 – Alexandre Augusto Rosa, Juliana Correa Barbosa, Lara Vinhal Faria, Analu De Maria Dos Santos Damasceno, Milena Cristina Martins Da Silva, Andreza Do Socorro Silva Veiga, Heliton Patrick Cordovil Brígido, Alaíde Braga Oliveira and Maria Fâni Dolabela. Antipromastigote activity of flavonoids from natural sources.

693 – Juliana Correa Barbosa, Lara Vinhal Faria, Alexandre Augusto Rosa, Marcio Luiz Costa Amaro, Milena Cristina Martins Da Silva, João Victor Da Silva E Silva, Heliton Patrick Cordovil Brígido, Andreza Do Socorro Silva Veiga and Maria Fâni Dolabela. Phytochemical studies and evaluation of leishmanicide activity of Montrichardia linifera (Arruda) Schott.

707 – Mayana Ribeiro, Dirce Oliveira, Fabrício Oliveira, Marcelo Caliari, Flaviano Martins, Jacques Nicoli, Maria Emília Andrade, Valbert Cardoso and Maria Gomes. Effect of probiotic Saccharomyces boulardii on experimental giardiasis.

709 – Fernando Almeida-Souza, Verônica Diniz Da Silva, Noemi Nosomi Taniwaki, Kátia Da Silva Calabrese, Victor Elias Mouchrek Filho and Ana Lúcia Abreu-Silva. Chemical composition, antitropozoal and ultrastructural alterations on Leishmania amazonensis promastigotes induced by Ocimum canum Sims. essential oil.

739 – Luiz Oliveira, Maria Fantinatti, Clébio Silva and Alda Da-Cruz. Previous exposure to metronidazole decreases the susceptibility of Giardia lamblia to drug in vitro.

785 – Eliane Duarte, Júlia Santos and Marilise Rott. Comparison of amebicidal efficacy of contact lens solutions.

819 – Soraia De Oliveira Silva, Filipe Moan Berbet and Maria Norma Melo. In vitro susceptibility to pentavalent antimony in Leishmania infantum strains.

827 – Maria Luiza Buchele, Carolina Camargo, Liliete Souza, Tania Pasa, Fabiola Monteiro and Karin Caumo. Super-aggregated form of Amphotericin B: novel ophthalmic formulation for the treatment of Acanthamoeba keratitis.

866 – Murilo Silva Vieira, R.C De Paula, F.B Ferreira, W.R Lima, V.S Miranda, E.L.P Ramos, N.M Silva, F.M Santiago, C.M Mota, J.R Mineo and T.W.P Mineo. Dectin-1 as a target to development of prophylactic and therapeutic protocols against cerebral malária.

99 – Lourena Costa, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia T. Alves, Ana C.S. Dias, Emília R. Vaz, Thaís T.O. Santos, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Daniela P. Lage, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Vívian T. Martins, Danniele L. Vale, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A. F. Ribeiro, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V. C. Mendonça, Isabella Gama Senra, Denise U. Gonçalves, Manoel O C. Rocha, Luiz R. Goulart and Eduardo A. F. Coelho. Evaluation of the immunogenicity and protective efficacy from Leishmania infantum-derived mimotopes to protect against a challenge using Leishmania amazonensis in a known murine model.

138 – Andrea Franco Saavedra, Luzinei Da Silva-Couto, Raquel Peralva Ribeiro-Romão, Izabella Pereira Da Silva Bezerra, Otacilio Da Cruz Moreira, Alda Maria Da-Cruz, Bartira Rossi-Bergmann and Eduardo Fonseca Pinto. Efficacy of the intranasal vaccination with LACK DNA against Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis infection in hamster model.

145 – Isabela S. Gama, Lourena E. Costa, Gabriela O.Carvalho, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia T. Alves, Ana C.S. Dias, Emília R. Vaz, Thaís T.O. Santos, Fernanda F. Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Daniela P. Lage, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Vívian T. Martins, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Luiz R. Goulart and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. Protective efficacy against visceral leishmaniasis induced by mimotope- based vaccines selected by phage display using Leishmania infantum antigens.

148 – Fernanda F. Ramos, Lourena E. Costa, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Patrícia T. Alves, Thaís T.O. Santos, Mariana P. Lima, Isabela S. Gama, Gabriela O. Carvalho, Vívian T. Martins, Daniela P. Lage, Miguel A. A.Chávez-Fumagalli, Daniel S. Dias, Patrícia A.F. Ribeiro, Daniele L. Vale, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora V.C. Mendonça, Antônio L.T. Júnior, Luiz R. Goulart and Eduardo A.F. Coelho. Phage display technology using human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) and murine splenocytes applied to select new mimotopes-based vaccine candidates against visceral leishmaniasis.

155 – Daniela Pagliara Lage, Vívian Tamietti Martins, Mariana Duarte, Lourena Costa, Miguel Fumagalli, Beatriz Salles, Thais Santos, Daniel Dias, Patrícia Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Grasiele Tavares, Danniele Vale, Débora Mendonça, Mariana Lima, Daniel Souza, Bruno Roatt and Eduardo Coelho. Evaluation of a vaccine composed of a new Leishmania-specific hypothetical protein in the protection against visceral leishmaniasis.

156 – Daniel Dias, Mariana Duarte, Daniela Lage, Lourena Costa, Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli, Thaís Santos, Beatriz Salles, Patrícia Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana Lima, Ana Maria Carvalho, Danniele Vale, Grasiele Tavares, Débora Mendonça, Bruno Roatt, Daniel Menezes-Souza and Eduardo Coelho. A polyproteins-based vaccine identified in Leishmania infantum confers heterologous protection against a challenge using Leishmania infantum promastigotes.

161 – Patrícia A. F. Ribeiro, Daniela P. Lage, Vivian T. Martins, Mariana C. Duarte, Lourena E. Costa, Miguel A. Chávez-Fumagalli, Beatriz C.S. Salles, Thais T. O. Santos, Daniel S. Dias, Fernanda F. Fonseca, Mariana P. Lima, Grasiele S.V. Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Danniele L. Vale, Bruno M.Roatt, Daniel M. Souza, Carlos A.P. Tavares, Wiliam C.B. Regis and Eduardo Coelho. Agaricus blazei Murill can be used as a vaccine adjuvant to induce protection against Leishmania infantum infection.

168 – Vivian Tamietti Martins, Daniela Pagliara Lage, Mariana Costa Duarte, Lourena Costa, Miguel Angel Chávez-Fumagalli, Ana Maria Ravena Severino Carvalho, Beatriz Silveira Salles, Thaís Teodoro Santos, Daniel Dias, Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Fernanda Fonseca Ramos, Mariana Lima, Grasiele Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Daniel Menezes Sousa, Bruno Roatt, Carlos Alberto Pereira Tavares and Eduardo Antonio Ferraz Coelho. Evaluation of a vaccine composed by a Leishmania infantum hypothetical protein plus saponin against tegumentary and visceral leishmaniasis.

171 – Vivian Tamietti Martins, Daniela Pagliara Lage, Mariana Costa, Lourena Costa, Miguel Chávez-Fumagalli, Ana Maria Carvalho, Beatriz Silveira Salles, Thaís Santos, Daniel Silva Dias, Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana Lima, Grasiele Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Daniel Menezes-Souza, Bruno M. Roatt, Tiago Mendes, Carlos Alberto Tavares and Eduardo Coelho. Protective efficacy of different vaccine candidates using Leishmania proteins to protect against visceral leishmaniasis.

215 – Thaís Teodoro de Oliveira Santos, Mariana Costa Duarte, Vivian Martins, Daniela Pagliara, Lourena Costa, Miguel A. Chávez- Fumagalli, Beatriz C. Silveira Salles, Gabriela Oliveira Carvalho, Isabela Senra Gama, Daniel Silva Dias, Patrícia Aparecida Fernandes Ribeiro, Fernanda Ramos, Mariana P. Lima, Danniele Luciana Vale, Grasiele S V Tavares, Débora Vasconcelos Mendonça, Daniel Menezes de Souza, Bruno M. Roatt, Carlos Alberto Tavares and Eduardo Coelho. Probing the efficacy of a heterologous Leishmania/L. Vianniabraziliensis recombinant enolase as a candidate vaccine to restrict the development of L. infantum in BALB/c mice.

368 – Anna Letícia Dias, Daniel Souza, Mariana Duarte, Eduardo Coelho, Paula Vieira, Rodrigo Aguiar-Soares, Alexandre Reis and Bruno Roatt. Spleen evaluation, cellular immune response and parasitism control promoted by immunotherapy with LBMPL vaccine in visceral leishmaniasis dogs.

399 – Guilherme R. G. Pinheiro, Jacqueline A. Fiuza, Paulo Lee Ho, Isaias Raw, Lilian L. Bueno, Rodolfo C. Giunchetti, Steven G. Reed, Antônio Campos-Neto and Ricardo T. Fujiwara. Evaluation of protective effect of the vaccine with KSAC antigen against canine visceral leishmaniasis.

430 – Rayane Lucas, Tiago Mendes, Fernando Barbosa, Daniella Bartholomeu, Lilian Bueno, Luiza Figueiredo and Ricardo Fujiwara. Evaluation of immunological reactivity induced by a synthetic vaccine against trypanosomatids.

502 – Luiza Figueiredo, Rayane Lucas, Tiago Mendes, Fernando Barbosa and Ricardo Fujiwara. Development of chimeric protein as a vaccine target for diseases caused by trypanosomatids.

647 – Bárbara De Oliveira Baptista, Ana Beatriz Lopes de Souza, Evelyn Kety Pratt Riccio, Josué Da Costa Lima-Junior, Cesare Bianco- Junior, Paulo Renato Rivas Totino, Minhael Theisen, Susheel Kumar Singh, Marcelo Urbano Ferreira, Rodrigo Medeiros Souza, Cláudio Tadeu Daniel-Ribeiro and Lilian Rose Pratt-Riccio.Antibody response against malaria vaccine candidate gmz2.6c and its components (msp-3, glurp e pfs48/45) in individuals naturally exposed living in brazilian malaria-endemic areas.