Dr. Lilian Carla Carneiro

Dr. Lilian Carla Carneiro

Post-doctoral Fellow
Federal University of Goias, Brazil


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Genetic Engineering of Bacteria from Federal University of Goias, Brazil

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Biography

Dr. Lilian Carla Carneiro is currently working as Professor at the Federal University of Goias Bacterial Biotechnology. She obtained her Ph.D. in Genetic Engineering of Bacteria from same University in 2010. Her area of expertise includes Bacteria Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Diagnosis, Public Health, Microorganisms. In past she worked as Professor at Union College Goyases, Professor at the Faculty Anhanguera taught discipline of basic Microbiology, hired under Employment Laws formal University UniEVANGELICA, Visiting Professor at the State University of Goias, Fellow Researcher in Molecular Diagnosis of Malaria. She has 31 publications in journals as author/co-author. She is also member of the editorial board of the Vita et Sanitas journal.

Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Microbiology
62%
Cell Biology
90%
Molecular Biology
75%
Biotechnology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. de Melo, W.A., C.A.D.S.B. Braga and L.C. Carneiro, 2017. Occurrence of heavy metals and contaminants on the surface of adjacent rivers. J. Water Health, 15: 50-57.
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  2. Freitas, D.G., R.D.R. Silva, L.A.M. Bataus, M.S. Barbosa, C.A.S.B. Braga and L.C. Carneiro, 2017. Bacteriological water quality in school’s drinking fountains and detection antibiotic resistance genes. Ann. Clin. Microbiol. Antimicrob., 10.1186/s12941-016-0176-7.
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  3. Giacomazzi, J., L. Baethgen, L.C. Carneiro, M.A. Millington, D.W. Denning, A.L. Colombo, and A.C. Pasqualotto, 2016. The burden of serious human fungal infections in Brazil. Mycoses, 59: 145-150.
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  4. Carneiro, L.C., P.V.C. Mendes, S.P. Silva, G.R. Souza and L.A.M. Bataus, 2016. Characterization of a cryptic and intriguing low molecular weight plasmid. Curr. Microbiol., 72: 351-356.
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  5. de Lima, C.R.A., T.B. Mirandolli, L.C. Carneiro, C. Tusset and C.M. Romer et al., 2014. Prolonged respiratory viral shedding in transplant patients. Transplant Infect. Dis., 16: 165-169.
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  6. de Curcio, J.S., L.A.M. Bataus, W.A. de Mello, R.B. de Araujo and L.C. Carneiro, 2014. Antibiogram and plasmid profile of isolated enterobacteriaceae in toothbrushes. Eur. J. Res. Med. Sci., 2: 22-29.
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  7. da Silva, T.V.M., L.C. Carneiro, F.S. Ramos, L.F. Baethgen and A.A. Paz et al., 2014. PCR as a screening test for invasive aspergillosis in haematological patients: a pilot study. Mycopathologia, 177: 111-114.
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  8. Silva, N.C., M.M. Paiva, M.A. Pesquero and L.C. Carneiro, 2014. Assessment of ants as bacterial vector in houses. Afr. J. Microbiol. Res., 8: 1413-1418.
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  9. Pires, R.N., A.A. Monteiro, L.C. Carneiro, L.F. Baethgen and R. Tavares et al., 2014. Clostridium difficile infection in Brazil: A neglected problem? Am. J. Infect. Control, 42: 459-460.
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  10. Monteiro, A.A., R.N. Pires, L.F. Baethgen, L.C. Carneiro and R.G. Tavares et al., 2014. Discrepancies among three laboratory methods for Clostridium difficile detection and a proposal for their optimal use. FEMS Microbiol. Lett., 350: 133-137.
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  11. Constante, C.C., A.A. Monteiro, S.H. Alves, L.C. Carneiro and M.M. Machado et al., 2014. Different risk factors for candidemia occur for Candida species belonging to the C. parapsilosis complex. Med. Mycol., 52: 403-406.
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  12. Carnot, A., J.S. Guerra, T.S. Souza and L.C. Carneiro, 2014. Antimicrobial resistance and plasmid characterization of Escherichia coli isolated in in natura water. Am. J. Drug Discov. Dev., 4: 80-84.
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  13. Pinto, G.G., J.A.T. Poloni, L.C. Carneiro, L.F. Baethgen and A.L. Barth et al., 2013. Evaluation of different urine protocols and DNA extraction methods for quantitative detection of BK viruria in kidney transplant patients. J. Virol. Methods, 188: 94-96.
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  14. Carneiro, L.C., F.P. de Faria, M.S.S. Felipe, M. Pereira and C.M.A. Soares, 2005. Paracoccidioides brasiliensis presents two different cDNAs encoding homologues of the fructose 1,6-biphosphate aldolase: protein isolation, cloning of the cDNAs and genes, structural, phylogenetic, and expression analysis. Fungal Genet. Biol., 42: 51-60.
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