Eduardo Milton Ramos Sanchez
Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil &
Universidad Toribio Rodriguez de Mendoza de Amazonas, Peru
Leishmaniasis, Leishmania-host cell interaction, arginine metabolism, antigens, immunopathogenesis
Eduardo Milton Ramos Sanchez is a Post-doctoral researcher presently working at the Institute of Tropical Medicine of Sao Paulo, USP, Brazil. He has a degree in Biology from Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal in Peru (1996) and PhD degree from University of Sao Paulo USP at Department of Immunology (2010); and he had been post doc at the Department of Clinical Sciences University of Bergen UiB, Norway (2014). He has expertise in the field of Immunology, Biochemistry, proteomics, immunopathology and Molecular Biology including analysis of microRNAs. He has been involved in purification and production of recombinant antigens for the development of serological tests for leishmaniases and Malaria and vaccines for Bovine mastitis. Besides work in research in the field of Leishmaniases, Malaria he collaborates in the development of vaccine candidates for Bovine Mastitis.
In Leishmaniasis he participates actively in projects in the field of immunopathogenesis of Leishmaniasis in projects involving insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I). arginine metabolic pathway in different Leishmania species-infected macrophages and microRNAs expression in vitro and ex vivo.
Ramos-Sanchez, EM ; REIS, LC. ; PETITTO-ASSIS, F ; NERLAND, AH. ; HERNANDEZ-VALLADARES, M ; SELHEIM, F ; FLOETER-W INTER, LM ; Goto, H. Insulin-Like Growth Factor-I as an Effector Element of the Cytokine IL-4 in the Development of a Leishmania major Infection. MEDIATORS OF INFLAMMATION KR, v. 2018, p. 1-17. 2018.
Lima, GFM.; Castro ; SANCHEZ, M. C. A. ; LEVI, J. ; FUJIMORI, M. ; CARAMELO, L. : SANCHEZ, ARIANNI RONDELLI ; RAMOS-SANCHEZ, E. M. ; Inoue, Juliana ; COSTA-NASCIMENTO, MARIA DE JESUS ; MENDRONE JUNIOR. A. ; Di Santi, Silvia Maria . Asymptomatic infections in blood donors harbouring Plasmodium: an invisible risk detected by molecular and serological tools. Blood Transfusion, v. 1, p. 1, 2016.
AOKI. JI : COELHO, AC; MUXEL, SM ; ZAMPIERI, RA ; SANCHEZ, EMR; NERLAND, AH; FLOETER-WINTER, LM ; COTRIM, PC . Characterization of a Novel Endoplasmic Reticulum Protein Involved in Tubercidin Resistance in Leishmania major. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases , v. 10. p. e0004972, 2016.
Ramos-Sanchez, EM; SOUZA, F. N. : GOTO. H. . Parasitic Diseases ? Control: Beyond the Adaptive Immunity. INTERNATIONAL TRENDS IN IMMUNI, v. 4. p. 41. 2016
CELESTE, B. J. ; ARROYO SANCHEZ, M. C. ; RAMOS- SANCHEZ, E. M. ; CASTRO, L. G. M. ; LIMA COSTA, F. A. ; GOTO. H.. Recombinant Leishmania infantum Heat Shock Protein 83 for the Serodiagnosis of Cutaneous. Mucosal. and Visceral Leishmaniasis. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, v. 90, p. 860- 865. 2014.
REAL, F : FLORENTINO, PTV; REIS, LC ; RAMOS- SANCHEZ, E M. ; VERAS, PS; Goto, H; MORTARA, RA . Cell-to-cell transfer of Leishmania amazonensis amastigotes is mediated by immunomodulatory LAMP-rich parasitophorous extrusions. Cellular Microbiology. v. I. 2014.
Ramos-Sanchez, EM; Goto. H : RIVERO. DHRF MAUAD, T : SOUZA. FN; MONTEIRO, AM ; Gidlund, M . In vivo assessment of antiretroviral therapy-associated
side effects. Memorias do Institute Oswaldo Cruz, v. 00, p. 00-00.2014.
P1NHO. FA ; MAGALHAES. NA ; SILVA, KR ; CARVALHO, AA. : OLIVEIRA. FL.L. : RAMOS- SANCHEZ, EM. ; Goto, H ; COSTA, F A.L.. Divergence between hepatic insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-1 mRNA expression and IGF-I serum levels in Leishmania (Leishmania) infant= chagasi-infected dogs. Veterinary Immunology and lmmunopathology , v. 151, p. 163-167. 2013.
REIS, LC ; Ramos-Sanchez, EM ; Goto. H . The interactions and essential effects of intrinsic insulin-like growth factor-i on leishmania (kishrnania) major growth within macrophages. Parasite Immunology , v. 35, 2013.
HRISTOV, AD ; Sanchez. MCA ; FERREIRA, JIB; LIMA. GFMC: Inoue, J ; COSTA-NASCIMENTO, MJ ; SANCHEZ, AR ; Ramos-Sanchez, EM ; SANTI, SMARIA . Malaria in pregnant women living in areas of low transmission on the southeast Brazilian Coast: molecular diagnosis and humoural immunity profile. Memorias do Institute Oswald() Cruz (Impresso). v. 109, p. 1014-1020, 2014.