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Professor Leda Narcisa Regis

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    1. Regis LN, Acioli RV, Silveira JC, de Melo-Santos MA, da Cunha MC, Souza F, Batista CA, Barbosa RM, de Oliveira CM, Ayres CF, Monteiro AM, Souza WV. Characterization of the spatial and temporal dynamics of the dengue vector population established in urban areas of Fernando de Noronha, a Brazilian oceanic island. Acta Trop. 2014 Sep; 137:80-7. PMID: 24832009.
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    2. Regis LN, Acioli RV, Silveira JC, Melo-Santos MA, Souza WV, Ribeiro CM, da Silva JC, Monteiro AM, Oliveira CM, Barbosa RM, Braga C, Rodrigues MA, Silva MG, Ribeiro PJ, Bonat WH, de Castro Medeiros LC, Carvalho MS, Furtado AF. Sustained reduction of the dengue vector population resulting from an integrated control strategy applied in two Brazilian cities. PLoS One. 2013; 8(7):e67682. PMID: 23844059.
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    3. Regis L, Souza WV, Furtado AF, Fonseca CD, Silveira JC, Ribeiro PJ, Melo-Santos MA, Carvalho MS, Monteiro AM. An entomological surveillance system based on open spatial information for participative dengue control. An Acad Bras Cienc. 2009 12; 81(4):655-62. PMID: 19893891.
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    4. Regis L, Monteiro AM, Melo-Santos MA, Silveira JC, Furtado AF, Acioli RV, Santos GM, Nakazawa M, Carvalho MS, Ribeiro PJ, Souza WV. Developing new approaches for detecting and preventing Aedes aegypti population outbreaks: basis for surveillance, alert and control system. Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 2008 02; 103(1):50-9. PMID: 18368236.
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    5. Regis L, Oliveira CM, Silva-Filha MH, Silva SB, Maciel A, Furtado AF. Efficacy of Bacillus sphaericus in control of the filariasis vector Culex quinquefasciatus in an urban area of Olinda, Brazil. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2000 Sep-Oct; 94(5):488-92. PMID: 11132372.
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