Danielle Bogo

Danielle Bogo
Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul · Departamento de Tecnologia de Alimentos e Saúde Pública (DTA)

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O gerenciamento de antimicrobianos é uma das ferramentas de atuação do farmacêutico clínico. A COVID-19 foi um dos grandes desafios para toda a equipe multiprofissional, uma vez que a pandemia afetou diretamente o sistema de saúde terciário, gerando impactos significativos no mundo em relação a terapia antimicrobiana. Atuação do farmacêutico clínic...
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Mauritia flexuosa (Buriti) pulp oil contains bioactive substances and lipids that are protective against cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases. We performed physical and chemical analyses to verify its quality and stability. Buriti oil was stable according to the Rancimat test, presenting an induction period of 6.6 h. We evaluated the effect of...
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Antioxidants have drawn the attention of the scientific community due to being related to the prevention of various degenerative diseases. The antioxidant capacity has been extensively studied in vitro, and different methods have been used to assess its activity. However, the main issues related to studying natural antioxidants are evaluating wheth...
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The fruit and leaves of Eugenia dysenterica DC., locally known as cagaita, are rich in antioxidant glycosylated quercetin derivatives and phenolic compounds that have beneficial effects on diabetes mellitus, hypertension and general inflammation. We conducted a literature search to investigate the nutraceutical potentials of these phenolic compound...
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The aim of this article was to review experimental and clinical studies regarding the use of omega-3 fatty acids on the prevention and control of chronic inflammatory diseases with autoimmune background through the gut microbiota modulation. For this, natural omega-3 sources are presented emphasizing the importance of a healthy diet for the body's...
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Obesity is associated with the leading causes of death in the worldwide. On the other hand, the intake of vegetables, fruits and fish is related to the reduction of obesity and other metabolic syndromes. This review aims to highlight the role of ingestion of polyphenols and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (ω-3 PUFAs) in reducing obesity and rel...
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The aim of the study was to investigate the in vitro and in vivo antitumor activity of leaves ethanol extract from Smilax fluminensis on murine melanoma. The extract was performed by ethylic alcohol and submitted to classical chemical analysis. Cytotoxicity test were performed on neoplastic cells, where antitumor activity was expressed in GI50 (con...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the Porophyllum ruderale effects on the liver in murine melanoma model B16-F10 and to determine the antioxidant potential. The plant’s aerial parts of the were collected in Campo Grande, MS, Brazil, dried, extracted with ethanol, ultrasonic bath and static maceration. The hydroalcoholic formulation at 100 and 2...
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This study aimed to quantify the extent of heavy metal, non-metal and metalloid levels in the Campomanesia adamantium pulp obtained from an area crossed by road experiencing high large vehicle traffic and intensive agriculture modern farming, to monitor the health risks associated with pulp consumption by humans. For this purpose, in three spots lo...
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This study aimed to quantify the extent of heavy metal, non-metal and metalloid level of Campomanesia adamantium pulp obtained from area crossed by road of the high large vehicle traffic and intensive agriculture modern farm, and for monitoring the health risks associated with pulp human consumption. For this purpose, three spots located between th...
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Citrus paradisi Macfad são uma excelente fonte de nutrientes e de fitoquímicos importantes para uma dieta saudável. Nesse contexto, o conhecimento da composição química dos alimentos é fundamental para avaliar os teores de nutrientes e os seus benefícios para a saúde. Entretanto, um dos problemas relacionados ao consumo do pomelo é o sabor amargo p...
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Garcinia is a genus of Clusiaceae, distributed throughout tropical Asia, Africa, New Caledonia, Polynesia, and Brazil. Garcinia plants contain a broad range of biologically active metabolites which, in the last few decades, have received considerable attention due to the chemical compositions of their extracts, with compounds which have been shown...
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Lecture given to graduate students from the Health and Development of Mid-West Region Graduate Program (Medical School / Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul) enrolled on Biological Assays Class. Professor in charge: Danielle Bogo, PhD.
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the antiproliferative activity, the antioxidant potential, and the chemical profile obtained from the whole fruit and from leaves of Garcinia gardneriana, a fruit tree from Brazilian Cerrado. To determine in vitro antiproliferative activity, the following neoplastic cell lines were considered, along with an imm...
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The aim of this study was to characterize the oil obtained from seeds of Campomanesia adamantium by physicochemical quality parameters, oxidative stability, antioxidant activity, quality indexes, optical and thermal stability and its fatty acid profile. These seeds were a relevant source of oil (83 mg g-1) with high potential antioxidant activity (...
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Background Cultural traditions attribute to pineal gland an important role for spiritual experiences. Mediumship and spirit possession are cultural phenomena found worldwide which have been described as having dissociative and psychotic‐like characteristics, but with nonpathological aspects. A sympathetic activation pattern in response to spirit po...
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Long-term high-fat dietary intake plays a crucial role in the composition of gut microbiota in animal models and human subjects, which affect directly short-chain fatty acid (SCFA) production and host health. This review aims to highlight the interplay of fatty acid (FA) intake and gut microbiota composition and its interaction with hosts in health...
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Lichens are sources of numerous biologically active compounds and many of these have demonstrated antitumor potential. The purposes of this study were to evaluate the antiproliferative activity and selectivity of the following compounds isolated from lichens: atranorin and diffractaic, divaricatic, perlatolic, psoromic, norstictic, and protocetrari...
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Organosulfur compounds show cytotoxic potential towards many tumor cell lines. Disulfides and thiosulfonates act through apoptotic processes, inducing proteins associated with apoptosis, endoplasmic reticulum stress, and the unfolded protein response. Three p ‐substituted symmetric diaryl disulfides and three diaryl thiosulfonates were synthesized...
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Hymenaea martiana Hayne belongs to the family Fabaceae ( Leguminosae ) and presents the popular name of jatobá. It is a tree that demonstrates medicinal purposes and represents a food source in Brazil. The potential contribution of each species to recommended nutrient intakes (DRI) and Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA) for children and...
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Lichens have exhibited numerous biological activities, including growth inhibition of tumor cells. This study evaluated the antiproliferative activity of hypostictic and salazinic acids against tumor cell lines (B16-F10, PC-03, MCF7, HT-29, HEP-G2, K562 and 786-0) by the SRB assay in vitro and antitumor activity in experimental murine melanoma in v...
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Cerrado, Brazilian biome, presents numerous species of plants with pharmacological potential, among these, there is Campomanesia adamantium (Cambess.) O. Berg. guavira) whose fruits are associated with various biological activities such as antiproliferative and antimutagenic action. Purpose of study was evaluate anticancer activity of hydroethanol...
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Campomanesia adamantium, a native species of the Brazilian Cerrado, is characterized as a natural source of phenolic compounds and has known potential anticancer activities. This study aimed to evaluate the chemical profile of dichloromethane extracts of pulp (DEGPU) and peel (DEGPE) from the fruits of C. adamantium and to identify compounds with a...
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Lichens are widely distributed around the world. Their phenolic compounds, consisting mainly of depsides and depsidones, have been extensively studied for important biological activities. More recently, these compounds have been evaluated for their inhibitory activity against enzymes such as tyrosinase, a key agent in melanin biosynthesis. In the p...
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The use of eosin methylene blue according to Giemsa as photosensitizer is presented for the first time in this paper. The present study evaluated the potential application of chlorophyllin sodium copper salt (CuChlNa) and eosin methylene blue according to Giemsa (EMB) as antimicrobial photosensitizers (aPS) for photodynamic inactivation (PDI) of St...
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We have devised a procedure for the synthesis of analogs of combretastatin A-4 (CA-4) containing sulfur and selenium atoms as spacer groups between the aromatic rings. CA-4 is well known for its potent activity as an inhibitor of tubulin polymerization, and its prodrugs combretastatin A-4 phosphate (CA-4P) and combretastatin A-1 phosphate (CA-1P) a...
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Atranorin, lichexanthone, and the (+)-usnic, diffractaic, divaricatic, perlatolic, psoromic, protocetraric, and norstictic acids isolated from the lichens Parmotrema dilatatum (Vain.) Hale, Usnea subcavata Motyka, Usnea sp., Ramalina sp., Cladina confusa (Sant.) Folmm. & Ahti, Dirinaria aspera Häsänen, and Parmotrema lichexanthonicum Eliasaro & Adl...
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A new dihydropyranexanthone derived from the natural xanthone lichexanthone (1) was synthesised and, together with other 18 derivatives including ω-bromo and ω-aminoalkoxylxanthones (containing methyl, ethyl, propyl, tert-butylamino and piperidinyl moieties), were tested against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Nine ω-aminoalkoxylxanthones showed good a...
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In the present study, selected advanced oxidation processes (AOPs)—namely, photo-Fenton (with Fe2+, Fe3+, and potassium ferrioxalate—FeOx—as iron sources), solar photo-Fenton, Fenton, and UV/H2O2—were investigated for degradation of the antineoplastic drug mitoxantrone (MTX), frequently used to treat metastatic breast cancer, skin cancer, and acute...
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Introduction: The orofacial fissures are among the most frequent congenital malformations and show a clinical diversity, causing a series of severe complications permanently observed in the individual through his/her lifetime. Objective: To estimate the prevalent types of congenital orofacial fissures diagnosed in a reference service with resident...
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A series of 15 ω-aminoalkoxylxanthones containing methyl, ethyl, propyl, tert-butylamino and piperidinyl moieties were synthesized from a natural xanthone isolated from a lichen species. These compounds were tested for their in vitro antibacterial properties against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and cytotoxicity against a number of human...
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Lichen phenolic compounds exhibit antioxidant, antimicrobial, antiproliferative, and cytotoxic activities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the anticancer activity of lecanoric acid, a secondary metabolite of the lichen Parmotrema tinctorum, and its derivatives, orsellinates, obtained by structural modification. A cytotoxicity assay was ca...
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The electronic search resulted in 47 studies. The current analysis denotes that the bearers of anomalies show adverse levels of anxiety, depression, social fear, self-esteem and quality of life when compared with normal individual. The facial appearance has a profound influence on social environments, interfering on social contact and on the develo...
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Com o objetivo de contribuir com o estudo da composição de óleos e caracterização de pigmentos naturais precursores de vitamina A, bem como verificar mudanças durante processamento, foi analisada a polpa in natura do bacuri (Scheelea phalerata Mart.) e a farinha obtida da polpa desse fruto, quanto ao perfil de ácidos graxos e principais carotenóide...

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