Ana Luiza Dias Abdo Agamme

I help life sciences companies get more customers and offer value to their public by translating complex scientific concepts into easy-to-understand content.I am passionate about science. My goal is to use my knowledge to impact people's health and quality of life.I am a Biologist, PhD in Sciences (Psychobiology, Sleep Sciences) and specialist in Biotechnology - UNIFESP / SP.

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Inborn Errors of metabolism (LEIM)

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  1. (2017). Maternal Vitamin B Deficiency and Epigenetic Changes of Genes Involved in the Alzheimer's Disease Pathogenesis.

  2. (2016). Subchronical treatment with Fluoxetine modifies the activity of the MCHergic and hypocretinergic systems. Evidences from peptide CSF concentration and gene expression.(2016). Long-term consequences of methyl donor deficiency during in utero and early life development on markers of the metabolic syndrome.(2015). MCH levels in the CSF, brain preproMCH and MCHR1 gene expression during paradoxical sleep deprivation, sleep rebound and chronic sleep restriction.(2014). Effect of vitamin B deprivation during pregnancy and lactation on homocysteine metabolism and related metabolites in brain and plasma of mice offspring.

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