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Immunity and Emerging Diseases - IMED

Immunity and Emerging Diseases - IMED

23 Theses
Luis André Pinho (2012) Mycoplasma spp.: Epidemiologic studies in dairy farms in the Northwestern Portugal. ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Gertrude Thompson
Marlene Mendes (2012) Resistência a antibióticos em bactérias isoladas de animais selvagens de regiões remotas. FCUP. Supervisor: Sandra Quinteira; Co-supervisor: Nuno Monteiro, Gertrude Thompson
Ana Margarida Lopes (2011) Genetic variability in genes associated with physiological and adaptive functions in lagomorphs. Supervisors: Joana Abrantes, Pedro J. Esteves, José Melo-Ferreira.
Master in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto
Marques S (2011) Prototheca infections: pathogenesis and Public Health issues
Vieira MJ (2011) Canine Parvovirus
Alexandra Müller (2010) A contribution to the understanding of virus-host adaptation and co-evolution of Myxoma virus (MV) and rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) in their natural host, the wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Doutoramento em Ciências Veterinárias, Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar (ICBAS), Universidade do Porto, CIBIO-UP. Supervisors: Gertrude Averil Thompson, Júlio Gil Vale Carvalheira
Joana Patrícia da Silva Abrantes (2010) Co-evolutionary processes of rabbit and its viral pathogens: an approach by interspecies comparison and population genetics of host genes targeted by myxoma and RHD virus
Doutoramento em Biologia
Pedro José de Castro Esteves (2003) Molecular and population genetic analysis of polymorphism at the antibody loci IgGCH2 and IgVH in lagomorphs. PhD in Biology. University of Porto. Supervisors: Vitor Manuel de Morais Santos Costa, Nuno Ferrand
Lara Raquel Pinto Amorim (2000) Abordagem à terapia Fágica do Staphylococcus aureus isolado de mastites bovinas. University of Porto. Supervisors: Júlio Carvalheira, Gertrude Thompson, Joana Azeredo
Marlene Vanessa Pinto (2000) Studies on the zoonotic Borna Virus infection in companion and production animals in Portugal. University of Porto. Supervisors: Júlio Carvalheira, Gertrude Thompson, Mikael Berg
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