Patricia Aline Boer

Pesquisador Associado
Atua na área DOHaD (Developmental origins of health and disease) com modelos de restrição proteica durante o desenvolvimento e as consequências cardiorrenais e neurais. Palavras-Chave: programação fetal, restrição proteica, nefrogenese.
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Faculdade de Ciências Médicas- Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Laboratório de programação fetal e metabolismo hidrossalino

BIÓLOGa DO LABORATÓRIO

  • Ize Penhas de Lima

DOUTORADO

  • Amanda Cristina de Souza
  • Bruno Calsa
  • Gabriela Leme Lamana
  • Hércules Jonas Rebelato
  • Marina Silva Folguieri
  • Vinícius Schiavinatto Mariano
  • Ana Rita Sainati Ajona (coorientador)
  • Augusto Henrique Custódio (coorientador)
  • Julia Seva Gomes (coorientador)
  • Marcelo Gustavo Lopes (coorientador)

MESTRADO

  • Gabriela Ninin
  • Isabele Cristina Gobo Tibiriçá
  • Marcela Damico

PRINCIPAIS ARTIGOS

1. De Barros Sene, Letícia; Lamana, Gabriela Leme; Schwambach Vieira, Andre ; Scarano, Wellerson Rodrigo ; Gontijo, José Antônio Rocha ; Boer, Patrícia Aline . Gestational Low Protein Diet Modulation on miRNA Transcriptome and Its Target During Fetal and Breastfeeding Nephrogenesis. Frontiers in Physiology, v. 12, p. 648056, 2021.

2. Lamana, Gabriela Leme ; Ferrari, Ana Leticia Luchiari ; Gontijo, José Antonio Rocha ; Boer, Patrícia Aline . Gestational and Breastfeeding Low-Protein Intake on Blood Pressure, Kidney Structure, and Renal Function in Male Rat Offspring in Adulthood. Frontiers in Physiology, v. 12, p. 658431, 2021.

3. Sene, Letícia De Barros ; Scarano, Wellerson Rodrigo ; Zapparoli, Adriana ; Gontijo, José Antônio Rocha ; Boer, Patrícia Aline . Impact of gestational low-protein intake on embryonic kidney microRNA expression and in nephron progenitor cells of the male fetus. PLoS One, v. 16, p. e0246289, 2021.

4. Grigoletti-Lima, Gabriel Boer ; Lopes, Marcelo Gustavo ; Barufi Franco, Ana Tereza ; Damico, Aparecida Marcela ; Boer, Patrìcia Aline ; Rocha Gontijo, José Antonio . Severe Gestational Low-Protein Intake Impacts Hippocampal Cellularity, Tau, and Amyloid-β Levels, and Memory Performance in Male Adult Offspring: An Alzheimer-Simile Disease Model?. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Reports, v. 1, p. 1-14, 2021.

5. Mariano, Vinícius Schiavinatto ; Boer, Patrícia Aline ; Gontijo, José Antônio Rocha . Fetal Undernutrition Programming, Sympathetic Nerve Activity, and Arterial Hypertension Development. Frontiers in Physiology, v. 12, p. 704819, 2021.

6. Assalin, Heloisa Balan; Gontijo, José Antonio Rocha ; Boer, Patrícia Aline . miRNAs, target genes expression and morphological analysis on the heart in gestational protein-restricted offspring. PLoS One, v. 14, p. e0210454, 2019.

7. Cardoso, Bárbara Vaccari ; Custódio, Augusto Henrique ; Boer, Patrícia Aline ; Gontijo, José Antonio Rocha . Effect of intracerebroventricular epinephrine microinjection on blood pressure and urinary sodium handling in gestational protein-restricted male adult rat offspring. Biology Open, v. 8, p. bio038562, 2019.

8. Torres, D. B. ; Lopes A. ; Rodrigues, A. J. ; Cerqueira, J. J ; Sousa, N. ;Gontijo, J.A.R. ; Boer, P. A. . Anxiety-like behavior and structural changes of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) in gestational protein-restricted male offspring. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, v. 9, p. 1-8, 2018.

9. Sene, Letícia B. ; Rizzi, Victor Hugo Gonçalves ; Gontijo, José A. R. ; Boer, Patricia A. . Gestational low-protein intake enhances whole-kidney miR-192 and miR-200 family expression and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in rat adult male offspring. Journal Of Experimental Biology, v. 221, p. jeb171694, 2018.

10. Mesquita, F.F. ; Gontijo, J.A.R ; Boer, P.A. Maternal undernutrition and the offspring kidney: from fetal to adult life. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research (Impresso), v. 43, p. 1010-1018, 2010.

 

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R. Cinco de Junho, 350 - Cidade Universitária
Campinas - SP, 13083-877


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