Annals   Of
2011 Symposium Organizing CommitteePresidentsDr. Arnóbio Antônio da Silva Júnior, UFRN/RNDra. Maria das Graças Almeida, UF...
Student Organizing CommitteeAlessandro Brito dos Santos                 (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Alice Rodrigue...
II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES:                                            Challenge and opportunit...
24     Adalgiza D. V. Silva          SILVA. A. D. V.         TOXICOLOGIC ASSAY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT FROM XYLOPIA CAYENNENS...
HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF THE EFFECTS OF THE AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF THE ORBIGNYA PHALERATA40.1   Mayara Ladeira Coelho     ...
CARIPIA MONTAGNEI MUSHROOM B-GLUCANS SHOWING NON HEMOLYTIC ACTION AND ANTIOXIDANT55.2   Marilia Da Silva Nascimento      N...
Danielle Cristina Zimmermann     ZIMMERMANN-          USE OF POTENTIALLY INAPPROPRIATE MEDICATIONS AND THE RISK OF POSSIBL...
Máyra Furtado Dias Filgueira                          EVALUATION OF THE ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF NOR-LAPACHONE DERIVATIVE AG...
111.2 Carolina Moraes Cabé              CABÉ. C. M             SPECTRAL ANALYSIS (FT-IR. UV) OF RELEASE OF LEACHABLES FROM...
PROFILE OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DISEASE NON-TRANSMISSIBLE PARTICIPANTS OF A PHARMACEUTICAL133     Thiago Peixoto Rodrigue...
STUDIES OF MAGNETIC PARTICLES PREPARED BY CO-PRECIPITATION UNDER MAGNETIC FIELD FOR DRUG151     Kátia Lira Da Silva       ...
Mariana Angélica Oliveira                           PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDY AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF AQUEUS EXTRACTS ...
188.1 Itavielly Layany França Feitosa   FEITOSA. I. L. F    EVALUATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL POTENTIAL OF THE LEAVES OF SENNA O...
USE OF STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL AS A TOOL IN OPTIMIZING THE QUALITY OF THE PRODUCTION OF204.1 João Paulo Tavares Malhei...
IDENTIFICAÇÃO E SUSCETIBILIDADE ANTIMICROBIANA DE ENTEROCOCOS ISOLADOS NA CIDADE DO220     Mizia Martins                CO...
238.2 Marcelo Amorim                 AMORIM. M.V.P.     COMPARISON STUDY OF TWO ANALYTICALS METHODS OF 4-FDC USING A SINGL...
II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES:         Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose me...
II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES:         Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose me...
II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES:         Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose me...
II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES:         Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose me...
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  1. 1. Annals Of
  2. 2. 2011 Symposium Organizing CommitteePresidentsDr. Arnóbio Antônio da Silva Júnior, UFRN/RNDra. Maria das Graças Almeida, UFRN/RNExecutive CommitteeDra. Adriana Augusto de Rezende, UFRN/RNDra. Aline Schwarz, UFRN/RNDra. Ana Paula Barreto Gomes, UFRN/RNDra. Ivanise Marina Moretti Rebecchi, UFRN/RNDra. Janaína C. de Oliveira Crispim Freitas, UFRN/RNDr. Guilherme Maranhão Chaves, UFRN/RNDra. Lúcia Maria da Cunha Galvão, UFRN/RNScientific CommitteeDr. Anselmo Gomes de Oliveira, UNESP/SPDr. Egler Chiari, UFMG/MGDr. Eryvaldo Sócrates Tabosa do Egito, UFRN/RNDr. Luiz Alberto Lira Soares, UFPE/PEDr. Mario Hiroyuki Hirata, USP/SPDr. Matheus de Freitas Fernandes Pedrosa, UFRN/RNDra. Raquel Brandt Giordanni, UFRN/RNDra. Silvana Zucolotto Langassner, UFRN/RNDra. Vivian Nogueira Silbiger, UFRN/RNScientific Evaluation CommitteeDr. Bolívar P.G.L. Damasceno, UEPB-CG/PBDr. Cícero Flávio Soares Aragão, UFRN/RNDra. Cristiane C.G.O. Lopes, UFC/CEDra. Francilene Amaral da Silva, UFS/SEDr. Lívio César Cunha Nunes, UFPI/PIDr. José Alexsandro da Silva, UEPB-CG/PBDr. José Otávio Carréra Silva Júnior, UFPA/PADra. Júlia Beatriz Pereira de Souza, UFCG-CG/PBDr. Najeh Maissar Khalil, UNICENTRO/PRDra. Paula da Silva Kujbida, UFRN/RNDr. Rand Randall Martins, UFCG-CG/PBDr. Toshiyuki Nagashima Júnior, UFCG-CG/PBDr. Geraldo Barroso Cavalcanti Júnior, UFRN/RNDra. Antônia Claudia, UFRN/RNDr.Túlio Moura, UFRN/RNDr. Anselmo Oliveira Gomes, UNESP/SPDr. Mário Hiroyuki Hirata, USP/SPDr. Luiz Alberto Lira Soares, UFPE/PEDr. Matheus de Freitas Fernandes Pedrosa, UFRN/RNDra. Raquel Brandt Giordanni, UFRN/RNDra. Silvana Zucolloto Langassner, UFRN/RNDra. Vivian Nogueira Silbiger, UFRN/RNDra. Julieta Genre, UFRN/RNDra. Paula Machado, UFRN/RNDra. Maria Joselice, UFRN/RNDr. Euzébio Guimarães Barbosa, UFRN/RN
  3. 3. Student Organizing CommitteeAlessandro Brito dos Santos (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Alice Rodrigues de Oliveira (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Andréa Caroline Costa de Arruda (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Clélio Diogo Soares (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Cristhiano Sibaldo (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Daliana Maria Berenice de Oliveira Souza (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Elyson Diego Salustino Saravia Osorio (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Emerson Michell da Silva Siqueira (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Fabiana Paiva Galvão (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Francisco Humberto Xavier Júnior (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Gabriel Araujo da Silva (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Heglayne Pereira Vital da Silva (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Ipojucan Silva Fontes (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Jahamunna Abrantes Andrade Barbosa (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Janaina da Silva Goes (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Julia Morais Fernandes (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Juliana F. Carvalho (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Juliana Félix Da Silva (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Julieta Genre (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Karla Samara Rocha Soares (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Karla Simone Costa de Souza (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Layany Carolyny da Silva Mourão (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Leandro Vinicius Fernandes de Morais (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Letícia Streck (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Lidyane Neves Miranda (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Margarete Moreno de Araujo (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Monique Christine Salgado Gomes (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Patrícia Fernandes Barbosa (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Polyanne Nunes de Melo (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Rafaela de Melo Pereira (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Rayllan de Oliveira Rodrigues (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Vitor Luiz de Brito Lemos (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Waleska Rayane Dantas Bezerra de Medeiros (Undergradute Pharmacy student-UFRN)Walicyranison Plinio da Silva (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Wenna Gleyce Araújo do Nascimento (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Yamara Arruda Silva de Menezes (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)Yonara Monique da Costa Oliveira (graduate student-PPGCF-UFRN)
  4. 4. II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnosis methods and pharmaceutical products ABSTRACTSCODE PARTICIPANT AUTHOR TITLE PAGE IMMUNOPHENOTYPIC AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS AFTER 1 Paulo Ricardo Silva Pereira PEREIRA, PRS 1 MOBILIZATION IN MALNOURISHED MICE IN VITRO ACARICIDAL AND CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF AQUEOUS EXTRACTS OF AGAVE SISALANA PERRINE AND 2 Arthur Ladeira Macedo MACEDO, AL 2 FURCRAEA SELLOA K. KOCH 3 Renata C. Vasconcelos VASCONCELOS, RMC PRELIMARY STUDY OF BORNEOL SALICILATE ANTIINFLAMATORY ACTIVITY 3 Mônica Oliveira Da Silva 4 SIMOES MOS ESTIMATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK BY THE FRAMINGHAM SCORE IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS 4 Simões CHARACTERIZATION OF A CATIONIC NANOEMULSION INTENDED TO GENE THERAPY AFTER STERILIZATION 5 André Leandro Silva SILVA, AL 5 PROCESSES SV1: ONE POLYSACCHARIDE POPULATION FROM SARGASSUM VULGARE WITH ANTICOAGULANT AND 6 Celina Maria Pinto Guerra Dore CELINA M. P. G. DORE 6 ANTITHROMBOTIC ACTIONS AND THROMBIN INHIBITOR 7 Cíntia R. C. Porto PORTO, CRC ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITIES OF PHYLLANTHUS NIRURI L SPRAY-DRIED EXTRACT 7 DETERMINATION OF RALOXIFENE HYDROCHLORIDE USING ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROPHOTOMETRY AND LC 8 Fernanda Rodrigues Salazar SALAZAR, FR 8 STABILITY-INDICATING METHOD Andressa Santa Brigida Da 10 SILVA, ASB AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF MIKANIA LINDLEYANA DC. PRESENTS POTENTIAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT 9 Silva 12 Ana Carolina Kogawa KOGAWA, A.C. DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF DOXYCYCLINE HYCLATE BY HPLC METHOD 10 STRATEGY FOR TREATMENT OF WATER, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF CAMPINA GRANDE / CENTER FOR 13 Anderson Angel Vieira Pinheiro PINHEIRO, A.A.V. 11 EDUCATION AND HEALTH-PB Áurea Marcela De Souza 14 PEREIRA, A.M.S. ADVERSE EVENTS IDENTIFIED IN A HOSPITAL OF THE SENTINEL NETWORK 12 Pereira 15 Bárbara Coeli SILVA, B. C. O STANDARDIZATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATION OF HEMATOPOIESIS IN MALNOURISHED MICE 13 16 Clarissa Nunes De Assis ASSIS, C. N. REFLECTIONS OF A CUSTODY CHAIN IN CENTER OF PHARMACEUTICAL EQUIVALENCE 14 NANOCOSMETICS IN PHOTOPROTECTION: DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOPARTICLES 17 Débora Freitas Do Nascimento NASCIMENTO, D.F. 15 WITH SUNSCREENS 20 Margareth Linde Athayde ATHAYDE, M. L. ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF THE FRACTIONS AND COMPOUNDS FROM SCUTIA BUXIFOLIA REISSEK 16 DIRECT INHIBITORY ACTION OF SULFATED POLYSACCHARIDES FROM RED SEAWEED HYPNEA MUSCIFORMIS21.1 Monique Gabriela ALVES, M. G. C. F 17 ON THROMBIN ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY EVALUATED BY CHROMOGENIC SUBSTRATE ASSAY INHIBITORY ACTION ON LIPID PEROXIDATION AND PROTECTIVE ACTIVITY ON H2O2-INDUCED HEMOLYSIS OF21.2 Monique Gabriela ALVES. M. G. C. F 18 SULFATED POLYSACCHARIDES F1.0 FROM RED SEAWEED HYPNEA MUSCIFORMIS NENHUM AUTOR 23 Nially Karen Morais Do Amaral SUBLINHADO DETERMINATION OF ACIDITY IN CURD CHEESE OF CAICÓ AND JUCURUTU 19
  5. 5. 24 Adalgiza D. V. Silva SILVA. A. D. V. TOXICOLOGIC ASSAY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT FROM XYLOPIA CAYENNENSIS 20 Everton Do Nascimento25 ALENCAR. E. N ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY EVALUATION OF COPAIBA OIL MICROEMULSION SYSTEM: A PRELIMINARY STUDY 21 Alencar Julius Roberto Martins De26 OLIVEIRA. J. R. M. DE PROFILE AND QUALITY OF MEDICATIONS PRESCRIPTION IN THE CITY OF CUITÉ – PB. BRAZIL 22 Oliveira NENHUM AUTOR27.1 Mallone Lopes Da Silva SUBLINHADO ANÁLISE FITOQUÍMICA E CROMATOGRÁFICA DE MIKANIA GLOMERATA 23 NENHUM AUTOR27.2 Mallone Lopes Da Silva SUBLINHADO INVESTIGATION OF METABOLITES FROM XYLOPIA CAYANNENSIS 2428 Rosilene Rodrigues Santiago SANTIAGO. R. R. ZINC OXIDE EMULSION: A NEW ALTERNATIVE TO DIAPER DERMATITIS TREATMENT 25 LEGAL ANALYSIS OF MEDICINES ADVERTISING TRANSMITTED IN RADIO STATION FROM NATAL/RN30 Almária Mariz Batista BATISTA. A. M. 26 ACCORDING TO RDC N° 96/08 STUDY OF ISONIAZID ADSORPTION ONTO CHITOSAN: ASSAYS OF EQUILIBRIUM AND KINETICS USING STIRRED31.1 Rosalina Coelho Jácome JÁCOME. R. C 27 TANK31.2 Rosalina Coelho Jácome JÁCOME. R. C HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ABOUT THE PROFILE OF DRUG USE BY ELDERLY IN THE CITY OF CUITÉ-PB 28 ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF EXTRACT CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOM IN PREGNANT RATS: A REPRODUCTION32 Cristhiano Sibaldo ALMEIDA. C.S. 29 ASSESSMENT Daisy Dayane Formiga De COMPARATIVE ANLYSIS OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF TWO SOURCES OF WATER FOR USE33 LIMA. D.D.F.S 30 Souza Lima ON SCHOLL PHARMACY MANUEL CASADO ALMEIDA. CUITÉ-PB34.1 Eliane Gandolpho Tótoli TÓTOLI. E. G. QUALITATIVE TESTS OF AMPICILLIN SODIUM POWDER FOR INJECTION 31 DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF TURBIDIMETRIC ASSAY TO POTENCY EVALUATION OF AMPICILLIN34.2 Eliane Gandolpho Tótoli TÓTOLI. E. G. 32 SODIUM FOR INJECTION TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL PHARMACYS WAREHOUSE MANOEL CASADO35 Ivson Medeiros MEDEIROS JR. I. J. 33 DE ALMEIDA – UFCG/CES. Jose Marcos Dos Santos VALIDATION OF A SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD (UV-VIS) FOR DETERMINATION OF TOTAL FLAVONOIDS OF36 OLIVEIRA. J. M. S. 34 Oliveira THE RED PROPOLIS FROM ALAGOAS: USE OF CATECHIN AS BIOMARKER37.1 Keine Monteiro Castro CASTRO K.M. CONSTITUENTS STUDY OF FIXED PIKE NORTHEAST ( CARYOCAR CORIACEUM WITTMER.) 35 GUIDANCE ON PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS MEDICINAL PLANTS WITHHOMEMADE: A STRATEGY37.2 Keine Monteiro Castro CASTRO K.M. 36 FOR FAMILY HEALTH STUDY OF THE TOXICITY OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF CYMBOPOGON CITRATUS (DC) STAF. FOR A POSSIBLE38 Larice Brito De Vasconcelos VASCONCELOS. L. B. 37 APPLICATION AS ANTIFUNGAL DRUG39.1 Luis Fabio Dos Santos Gomes GOMES.L.F.S. PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE TOXICITY OF ASPIDOSPERMA EXCELSUM BENTH (APOCYNACEAE). 38 ACUTE ORAL TOXICITY EVALUATION OF THE DRY ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF HIMATANTHUS ARTICULATUS AND39.2 Luis Fabio Dos Santos Gomes GOMES.L.F.S. 39 ELEUTHERINE PLICATA
  6. 6. HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF THE EFFECTS OF THE AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF THE ORBIGNYA PHALERATA40.1 Mayara Ladeira Coelho COÊLHO. M. L. 40 MART (BABASSU) MESOCARP POWDER IN ADULT MICE TREATED ORALLY THERMAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BABASSU (ORBIGNYA PHALERATA MART) MESOCARP POWDER COMPARED40.2 Mayara Ladeira Coelho COÊLHO. M. L. 41 WITH THE RAW MATERIAL MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE Severina Denise Sales De NENHUM AUTOR41 SUBLINHADO STUDY AND CHARACTERIZATION SPECTROSCOPIC OF THE COMPLEX POTASSIUM HEXACYANOFERRATE 42 Oliveira MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL FLAVONOIDS IN THE HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF RED PROPOLIS FROM42 Tassia Tatianna Firmino FIRMINO. T.T.D. 43 ALAGOAS COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF CONTENT PROTEIN IN THE AQUEOUS AND ACETONE43 Yohana Souza Pinto PINTO. Y.S. 44 EXTRACT ANNONA SQUAMOSA PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF LANETTE® AND POLAWAX® EMULSIONS FOR “MANOEL CASADO DE44 Alaine Maria Dos Santos Silva SILVA. A.M.S 45 ALMEIDA”/UFCG. PB PHARMACY SCHOOL PRODUCTION MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF WATER FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES OF FORTALEZA IN THE PERIOD45 Clarissa Nunes De Assis ASSIS. C. N 46 JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER 2011 UTILIZATION OF MG. AL LAYERED DOUBLE HYDROXIDES (LDHS) AS A CARRIER OF DIGOXINE FOR46 Lisllie Dayse Araújo Santos SANTOS. L.D.A 47 VECTORIZATION IN CHEMOTERAPY OF CANCER SILVA. LIVALDO COSTA47 Livaldo Costa E Silva E CREATION OF DIGITALS MAGAZINES ON RATIONAL USE OF DRUGS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATION 48 CHRONIC. BUT NOT ACUTE. ETHANOL WITHDRAWL AFTER CHRONIC CONSUMPTION PROMOTES DEPRESSIVE-48 Marana Silveira Ali ALI. M.S. 49 LIKE BEHAVIOUR WITHOUT ALTERING LOCOMOTION IN RATS APPLICATION OF THERMOANALYTICAL METHODS IN EVALUATING THE BEHAVIOR OF TUBERCULOSTATICS49.1 Rayanne Karen Cunha Gurgel GURGEL. R. K. C 50 DRUGS PRODUCED BY NUPLAM / UFRN: ISONIAZID AND PYRAZINAMIDE DETERMINATION OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION FOR THE QUALITY CONTROL OF MILK49.2 Rayanne Karen Cunha Gurgel GURGEL. R. K. C 51 CONSUMED IN THE CITY OF NATAL / RN Lorena Citó Lopes Resende STUDY OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND ACUTE TOXICITY EVALUATION OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF50 SANTANA. LCLR. 52 Santana THE LEAVES FROM MIKANIA GLOMERATA SPRENGEL.51 Nayara Maciel Mendonça MENDONÇA. N.M EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CANDIDEMIA IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS OF ALAGOAS. BRASIL 53 Andréia Cristina Wildner VALIDATION OF ANALYTHICAL METHODOLOGY FOR PASSIFLORA INCARNATA L. EXTRACT BY HPLC AND52.1 WILDNER A. C. 54 Campos Lopes ANALYISIS OF COMMERCIALS EXTRACTS FROM RS Andréia Cristina Wildner DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A METHOD OF DISSOLUTION FOR DARIFENACIN EXTENDED-RELEASE52.2 MENEGHINI. LC 55 Campos Lopes TABLETS BASED ON IN VIVO DATA Luiza Sheyla Evenni Porfírio53.1 WILL. L.S.E.P. LOBOPHORA VARIEGATA AND ITS ACTIVITY IN PAW EDEMA AND HEPATOTOXICITY IN RATS 56 Will Luiza Sheyla Evenni Porfírio Β-GLUCANS OF CARIPIA MONTAGNEI MUSHROOM SHOWS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY: NEWS53.2 WILL. L.S.E.P. 57 Will PERSPECTIVE OF PPAR ATION NENHUM AUTOR54 Maria Tatiane Dias Moura SUBLINHADO EVALUATION OF HYPOTENSIVE RESPONSES OF LYOPHILIZED AYAHUASCA TEA IN SHR RATS 5855.1 Marilia Da Silva Nascimento NASCIMENTO. M.S. ANGIOGENESIS INHIBITION AND B-GLUCANS ANTITUMOR ACTION OF CARIPIA MONTAGNEI MUSHROOM 59
  7. 7. CARIPIA MONTAGNEI MUSHROOM B-GLUCANS SHOWING NON HEMOLYTIC ACTION AND ANTIOXIDANT55.2 Marilia Da Silva Nascimento NASCIMENTO. M.S. 60 ACTIVITY: POTENTIAL FUNCTION IN LIPIDIC PEROXIDATION INHIBIT AND OXIDATIVE STRESS NENHUM AUTOR56 Luciane De Lira Teixeira SUBLINHADO DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE AND LIPIDS IN FRUITS OF LICANIA TOMENTOSA BETH (OITI) 61 NENHUM AUTOR57 Prycila Rodrigues Feitoza SUBLINHADO EVALUATION OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF SYZIGIUM CUMINI SEEDS 6258.1 Thuane De Sousa Pinheiro PINHEIRO. T.S. POLYSACCHARIDES EFFECTS FROM LOBOPHORA VARIEGATA IN A TOPICAL INFLAMMATORY MODEL 6358.2 Thuane De Sousa Pinheiro PINHEIRO. T.S. ANTIOXIDANT ASSAYS OF BRUTE EXTRACTED FROM PLECTTRANTUS BARBATUS ANDR. 64 EVALUATION OF DENTIN ROUGHNESS AFTER USE OF DIFFERENTS CHELATING AGENTS EMPLOYED IN59 T T SILVA JÚNIOR. J.O.C. 65 ENDODONTICS TOPICAL APPLICATION OF PROPOLIS FOR HEALING OF WOUNDS SURGICALLY INDUCED AND EVALUATION OF61 Mariana De Macedo Costa COSTA. M.M 66 BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN WISTAR RATS62 Márcia Natália Da Silveira Pinto PINTO. M. N. S EVALUATION CYTOTOXIC IN VITRO OF NEW COMPOUND LPSF/MS-02 6763 Roberta Da Silva Campos CAMPOS. R.S. DETERMINATION OF PROTEIN CONTENT OF ZIZYPHUS JOAZEIRO 68 Thales Allyrio Araújo De64 FERNANDES. T.A.A.M. COMPARISON OF LABORATORY CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE 69 Medeiros Fernandes NENHUM AUTOR65.1 Tahisa Marcela Pedroso SUBLINHADO UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC PROFILE OF CEFAZOLIN SODIUM 70 NENHUM AUTOR A NEW. SAFE AND EASY METHOD OF THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR CEFAZOLIN SODIUM65.2 Tahisa Marcela Pedroso SUBLINHADO 71 IDENTIFICATION VOLTAGE-OPERATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS ARE INVOLVED IN (-)-BORNEOL-INDUCED VASORELAXANT66 José Couras Silva Filho SILVA-FILHO. J. C. 72 RESPONSE ON RAT MESENTERIC ARTERY67 Katyane Rodrigues RODRIGUES. K. PREPARATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED SYSTEMS SUNSCREENS ORGANIC – INORGANIC 7368 Luíza Xavier XAVIER. L.A ANTIBACTERIAL EVALUATION OF NEW DERIVATIVES OF THIOPHENE 7469 Camila Alves De Moura MOURA.C.A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL HANDBOOK: A TOOL FOR THE TRAINEESHIP LIVE PHARMACIES 75 Elyson Diego Salustino Saravia70 OSORIO. E. D. S. S. DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIES OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC APPLIED TO DYSLIPIDEMIA 76 Osorio EVALUATION OF THE ROLE OF THE NITRIC OXIDE IN GASTROPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF PARTITION71 Flávia Danniele Frota Machado MACHADO. F.D.F FRACTIONS OF NEOGLAZIOVIA VARIEGATA MEZ. (BROMELIACEAE) IN MODEL OF ULCERS INDUCED BY 77 ETHANOL72 Izadora De Souza DE SOUZA. I. OPTIMIZATION OF AN EXTRACTION PROCEDURE FOR THE BIOPOLYMER CHITIN 78
  8. 8. Danielle Cristina Zimmermann ZIMMERMANN- USE OF POTENTIALLY INAPPROPRIATE MEDICATIONS AND THE RISK OF POSSIBLE DRUG INTERACTIONS73.1 FRANCO. D. C. 79 Franco BETWEEN INSTITUTIONALIZED FRAIL ELDERLY IN A CITY IN THE ZONA DA MATA MINEIRA Danielle Cristina Zimmermann ZIMMERMANN- ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF OLEORESIN EXTRACTED FROM COPAIFERA LANGSDORFFII DESF AGAINST73.2 FRANCO. D. C. 80 Franco DERMATOPHYTES FUNGI EVALUATION OF ACCELERATED STABILITY OF SOYBEAN O/W EMULSION CONTAINING ETHANOL AND BENZYL74 Margarete Moreno De Araujo DE ARAUJO. M. M. 81 ALCOHOL AS COSURFACTANTS Mariana Araújo Paulo De EVALUATION OF MORPHOGENESIS AND PROTEINASE ACTIVITY OF CLINICAL ISOLATES OF C. ALBICANS75 MEDEIROS. M. A. P 82 Medeiros OBTAINED FROM PATIENTS WITH VULVOVAGINAL CANDIDIASIS76 Cristiane Franco Codevilla CODEVILLA C.F. DETERMINATION OF LODENAFIL CARBONATE USING CAPILLARY ZONE ELECTROPHORESIS METHOD 83 Melissa Alexandra Da Rosa ANALYSIS OF EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SITUATION OF LEPROSY IN CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OLD IN FORTALEZA77 COSTA. M .A. R. 84 Costa IN THE PERIOD OF 2001 TO 201078.1 Érika Yoko Suzuki SUZUKI. E.Y IN VITRO INHIBITION OF CLINICAL PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA ADHESION BY XYLITOL 8578.2 Érika Yoko Suzuki SUZUKI. E.Y ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ESSENTIAL OIL FROM BACCHARIS TRIMERA (LESS) DC 8680 Daiane Soares SOARES. D.S PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN ATTAPULGITE. RIFAMPICIN AND ISONIAZID 87 NEW METHOD TO PRODUCE XYLAN MICROPARTICLES USING SODIUM TRIMETAPHOSPHATE AS CROSS-81 Elquio Eleamen Oliveira MARCELINO. H. R. 88 LINKING AGENT82 Jéssica Guedes GUEDES. J. S. SYNTHESIS OF TIN (IV) COMPLEXES WITH POTENTIAL ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY 89 Jôseffer Wianey Trindade83 MEDEIROS. J. W. T. ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS AS A CAUSE OF HOSPITAL ADMISSION 90 Medeiros ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF AQUEOUS LEAF EXTRACT OF JATROPHA GOSSYPIIFOLIA L. IN84.1 Juliana Félix Da Silva FÉLIX-SILVA. J 91 CARRAGEENIN-INDUCED PAW EDEMA IN RATS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF BULLFROG (RANA CATESBEIANA) OIL IN CARRAGEENIN INDUCED PAW84.2 Juliana Félix Da Silva FÉLIX-SILVA. J 92 EDEMA IN RATS86 Maria Luiza Gois Campos CAMPOS. M. L. G INCLUSION COMPLEXES OF FUROSEMIDE WITH Β-CYCLODEXTRIN AND PVP 93 Nathália Alexandra De Oliveira87.1 CARTAXO. N.A.DE O. RATIONAL USE OF DRUGS IN HYPERTENSION: AN ACHIEVEMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL CARE 94 Cartaxo Nathália Alexandra De Oliveira EXTRACTION OF FLAVONOIDS AND POLYPHENOLS IN LEAVES OF MENTHA X PIPERITA L. PROCESSED IN87.2 CARTAXO. N.A.DE O. 95 Cartaxo FIXED BED CONVECTIVE DRYER Andressa Noronha Barbosa Da DISTRIBUTION OF TRIATOMINES FAUNA AND NATURAL INFECTION BY TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI IN THE SEMIARID90 SILVA. A. N. B. 96 Silva OF THE STATE OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE. BRAZIL91 Michelle De Oliveira Pedrosa PEDROSA. M.O. DEVELOPMENT OF THIOPHENES DERIVATIVES BIOCOMPATIBLES MICROEMULSIONS 9792 Karolyne Dos Santos Silva SILVA. K. S INFLUENCE OF PLURONIC® F68 ON THE BENZATHINE PENICILLIN G ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY 98
  9. 9. Máyra Furtado Dias Filgueira EVALUATION OF THE ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF NOR-LAPACHONE DERIVATIVE AGAINST ISOLATES OF 93 THÉ. M. F. D. F. 99 Thé CANDIDA SPP. Jacyra Antunes Dos Santos QUALITATIVE PHYTOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF JATROPHA GOSSYPIIFOLIA L. EXTRACTS PREPARED BY 94 GOMES. J. A. S. 100 Gomes DIFFERENT METHODS OF EXTRACTION Magda Rhayanny Assunção EVALUATION OF ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF CRUDE EXTRACT FROM CAESALPINIA FERREA MART AGAINST95.1 FERREIRA. M. R. A 101 Ferreira CLINICAL ISOLATES FROM THE ORAL CAVITY OF RENAL TRANSPLANTATION Magda Rhayanny Assunção BIOASSAY-GUIDED PURIFICATION OF CRUDE EXTRACT FROM STEM BARKS FROM CAESALPINIA FERREA95.2 FERREIRA. M. R. A 102 Ferreira MART (PAU FERRO) IDENTIFICATION AND PHOSPHOLIPASE ACTIVITY OF FUNGI ISOLATED FROM DERMATOMYCOSES OF 96 Walicyranison Plinio Da Silva SILVA. W.P 103 CHILDREN ATTENDING MUNICIPAL CENTERS OF CHILDREN EDUCATION FROM NATAL-RN 97 Patrícia Barbosa BARBOSA. P.F. EVALUATION OF THE REPRODUCTIVE AND FETAL TOXICITY OF CYLINDROSPERMOPSIN IN THE RAT 104 Maria Aparecida Alves Leite DEVELOPMENT OF A LIQUID DETERGENT FORMULATION FOR USE IN UFCG/CES AND EVALUATION OF98.1 ALMEIDA. M.A.A.L.S 105 Dos Santos Almeida VISCOSITY AND POWER FOAM Maria Aparecida Alves Leite RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS IN THE PEDIATRIC WARD OF THE UNIVERSITY98.2 ALMEIDA. M.A.A.L.S 106 Dos Santos Almeida HOSPITAL ALCIDES CARNEIRO. CAMPINA GRANDE / PB 99 Alexandre Medeiros Dantas OLIVEIRA. A. R. IN VITRO RELEASE OF METHOTREXATE-LOADEDSPRAY DRIED PLGA MICROPARTICLES 107101 Letícia Streck STRECK. L. BENZNIDAZOLE-LOADED SOYBEAN O/W EMULSION SYSTEM 108 NENHUM AUTOR EVALUATION OF CITRONELLA (CYMBOPOGON WINTERIANUS JOWITT EX BOR.) OIL COMPOSITION EXTRACTED102 Milene Evelyn Da Silva SUBLINHADO 109 FRESH AND DRY PLANT AND INFLUENCE OF HARVESTING PERIOD SCREENING FOR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT OF Cynthia Layse Ferreira De103 ALMEIDA. C. L. F. ANADENANTHERA MACROCARPA BENTH AND MYRACODRUOM URUNDEUVA ALL. AGAINST STRAIN OF 110 Almeida STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS104 Anne Kaliery De Abreu Alves ALVES. A.K.A. OUABAIN REDUCES THE PHAGOCYTOSIS OF PERITONEAL MACROPHAGES 111 NENHUM AUTOR EVALUATION OF THE RELAXING ACTIVITY OF ETHANOL EXTRATCT FROM LEAVES ASPIDOSPERMA105 Manuelle Prestrelo De Oliveira SUBLINHADO 112 MACROCARPUM IN ISOLATED RAT MESENTERIC ARTERY106 Luis Paulo Da Penha Ferino FERINO. L.P.P. EVALUATION OF TESTS PRE-TRANSFUSIONAL IMMUNO-HEMATOLOGICAL IN RECEPTORS OF BLOOD 113 DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A REVERSED-PHASE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY METHOD FOR THE107 Ricardo Bizogne Souto SOUTO R. B. 114 EVALUATION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN INTERLEUKIN-11. CORRELATION WITH THE BIOASSAY STUDY OF A RP-LC METHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF RECOMBINANT PARATHYROID HORMONE IN108 Fernanda Pavani Stamm STAMM. F. P 115 BIOPHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS EFFECT OF TRIETHANOLAMINE/METHYL-1-PYRROLIDONE-2/BETACYCLODEXTRIN MULTICOMPONENT109 Polyanne Nunes De Melo MELO. P. N. 116 COMPLEXES SYSTEMS ON THE BENZNIDAZOLE APPARENT SOLUBILITY PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT LOTS OF HOMEOPATHIC GLOBULES IN111.1 Carolina Moraes Cabé CABÉ. C. M 117 USE IN NATAL /RN/BRAZIL
  10. 10. 111.2 Carolina Moraes Cabé CABÉ. C. M SPECTRAL ANALYSIS (FT-IR. UV) OF RELEASE OF LEACHABLES FROM NATURAL RUBBER BULBS 118 Horacinna Maria De Medeiros112 CAVALCANTE. H. M. M. TOXICITY OF DENTAL VARNISH CHITOSAN 119 Cavalcante NEW TALENT PROGRAM – EDUCATION FOR HEALTH – ANALYSIS AND EDUCATION IN WATER USE IN THE OF113 Edeildo Ferreira SILVA JÚNIOR. E. F. 120 TRAIPU – ALAGOAS Katharina Rodrigues De Lima114 RAMOS. K. R. L. P. EVALUATION OF THE CARDIOVASULAR RISK IN CONNECTION TO C-REACTIVE PROTEIN 121 Porto Ramos Antônio Vinícius Doriguetto CHEMICAL PROFILE VERIFICATION OF THE EXTRACTS AND SEMI-PURIFIED FRACTIONS OF ANDIRA NITIDA115 FERREIRA. A. V. D 122 Ferreira MART. EX BENTH BY TLC Leonardo Augusto Rêgo De NENHUM AUTOR116 SUBLINHADO PRO-INFLAMMATORY AND CYTOTOXIC ACTION CARRAGEENAN OF THE SEAWEED AMANSIA MULTIFIDA 123 Souza117.1 Geovani Pereira Guimarães GUIMARÃES. G. P ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS AGAINST CANDIDA SPECIES 124117.2 Geovani Pereira Guimarães GUIMARÃES. G. P DEVELOPMENT OF A LSVM-5CN05 TRANSDERMIC MICROEMULSION 125 Mallu Hemmer Gomes De118 MENEZES. M.H.G. ACUTE AND SUBACUTE TOXICITY OF CAESALPINIA FERREA STEM BARK EXTRACT 126 Menezes Paula Regina Rodrigues ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITY OF CURINE ON THE ACETIC ACID ABDOMINAL CONSTRICTION TEST (WRITHING119.1 SALGADO. P. R. R. 127 Salgado TEST) IN MICE Paula Regina Rodrigues EVALUATION OF THE ANXIOLYTIC EFFECT OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF SIDASTRUM MICRANTHUM119.2 SALGADO. P. R. R. 128 Salgado (MALVACEAE) ON THE ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE TEST IN MICE. SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY (SEM) / ENERGY-DISPERSIVE X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY (EDS) AS AN122 Severino Antônio De Lima Neto VARGAS. M. R. W. DE 129 METHOD FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROPARTICLES.123 Gabriel Chaves Neto CHAVES NETO. G1 CLINICAL MODELS AND EVALUATION MEASURES IN THE STUDY OF EXPERIMENTAL ANXIETY 130 EVALUATION OF THE TYPE ACTION ANTIDEPRESSANT OF THE EXTRACT HYDROALCOHOLIC OF EUPATORIUM125 Ademar Soares Melo MELO. A.S 131 AYAPANA VENT. Yamara Arruda Silva De126 MENEZES. Y. A. S.1 EXTRACTION. MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS OF TOTAL PROTEIN OF NATIVE PLANTS FROM RN 132 Menezes128 Mayara Marilia Ferreira Limeira LIMEIRA. M.M.F. REPEAT-DOSE TOXICITY OF THE AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF CAESALPINIA FERREA STEM BARK 133 PRELIMINARY STUDIES FOR THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS (ANN) IN THE STUDY OF RHEOLOGIC129 Marco Navarro NAVARRO. M. V. M. 134 PROPERTIES OF TUBERCULOSTATICS AND SOLID EXCIPIENTS GASTROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT FROM SPONDIA PURPUREA ON EXPERIMENTAL130 Alexandre Medeiros Dantas DANTAS. A.M. 135 GASTRIC ULCER MODELS IN RODENTS IMPACT ON HEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF L-ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION IN PATIENTS WITH SICKLE131 Romélia Pinheiro Gonçalves BANDEIRA. I.C.J 136 CELL ANEMIA IN USE OF HYDROXYUREA ALTERAÇÕES HEMATOLÓGICAS EM CRIANÇAS COM TETRALOGIA DE FALLOT SUBMETIDAS À CIRURGIA132 Izabel Cristina Justino Bandeira BANDEIRA. I.C.J 137 CARDÍACA COM CIRCULAÇÃO EXTRACORPÓREA
  11. 11. PROFILE OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DISEASE NON-TRANSMISSIBLE PARTICIPANTS OF A PHARMACEUTICAL133 Thiago Peixoto Rodrigues RODRIGUES. T.P 138 CARE PROGRAM Gabriel Azevedo De Brito PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INCLUSION COMPLEXES BETWEEN CHLORPROPAMIDE AND Β-134 DAMASCENO GAB 139 Damasceno CYCLODEXTRIN Maria Aline Barros Fidelis De135 MIRANDA. N. TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE OF EMERGENCY ATTENDED AT VIÇOSA-AL HOSPITAL 140 Moura DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF HPLC FAST METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF NINE136 Gabriel Araujo Da Silva ARAUJO-SILVA. G. 141 POLYPHENOLS COMPOUNDS IN CRUDE EXTRACTS OF PLANTS APPLICATION OF DIFFERENTIAL THERMAL ANALYSIS (DTA) TO DETERMINE OF TRIOXSALEN-EXCIPIENT137.1 Denise Michelle Costa Barros BARROS. D.M.C. 142 COMPATIBILITY137.2 Denise Michelle Costa Barros BARROS. D.M.C. COMPATIBILITY STUDY OF VITAMIN D3 AND MANNITOL IN PHYSICAL MIXTURES 143 A QUANTUM STUDY OF DRUG-RECEPTOR INTERACTION: RECONHECENDO AS BINDING ENERGIES BETWEEN138 Jonas Ivan Nobre Oliveira OLIVEIRA. J. I. N 144 16S RRNA RESIDUES AND HYGROMYCIN B Yonara Monique Da Costa STUDY OF 599 C>T POLYMORPHISM OF THE GPX1 GENE IN TYPE 1 DIABETES: IMPLICATIONS IN ANTIOXIDANT140 OLIVEIRA. Y.M.C 145 Oliveira DEFENSE AND DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY141.1 Thereza Mylene PEREIRA. T. M. M PRELIMINARY STUDY FOR THERMAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOIDENTICAL HORMONE ESTRADIOL 146 LINEARITY IN DTA METHOD: A COMPARISON OF TWO QUANTIFICATION STRATEGIES OF BIOIDENTICAL141.2 Thereza Mylene PEREIRA. T. M. M 147 HORMONE142 Walteçá Louis Lima Da Silveira SILVEIRA. W. L. L. INTERFERENCE ON ADHERENCE OF CANDIDA SSP IN CONTACT LENSES BY MICROEMULSION SYSTEMS 148143.1 Thays Oliveira OLIVEIRA. T.S. CHARACTERIZATION OF THERMAL EVENTS OF HYDROQUINONE DEPIGMENTANT BY DTA 149143.2 Thays Oliveira OLIVEIRA. T.S. COMPATIBILITY STUDY OF TRETINOIN AND EMULSIFYING AGENT IN PHYSICAL MIXTURES 150 EVALUATION OF THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF HYDROETANOLIC EXTRACT OF PORTULACA PILOSA L144 Fabrício Alexopulos Ferreira MELO. A.S. 151 (PORTULACACEAE). IN MICE EVALUATION OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF POORLY WATER SOLUBLE DRUG (SIMVASTATIN)145 Mara Rúbia Winter De Vargas VARGAS. M. R. W 152 OBTAINED BY RECRYSTALLIZATION146 Erlhane Irineu Lourenço Silva SILVA; E.I.L ANALYSIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF OILS AND FATS 153 Franklin Ferreira De Farias EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY IN SEASONAL STUDY OF PHASE ETHYL ACETATE BAUHINIA148 NÓBREGA. F.F.F. 154 Nóbrega CHEILANTHA (BONG.) STEUDEL Renata Cristina De Araujo149.1 VALENÇA. R.C.A PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANCE THE ELDERLY: SHARES OF COMMUNITY INTERVENTION IN BRASILIA TEIMOSA 155 Valença Renata Cristina De Araujo149.2 VALENÇA. R.C.A PROTEIN ANALYSIS BY BRADFORD METHOD IN SAMPLES OF CEREAL 156 Valença ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT OF STRYPHNODENDRON ADSTRINGENS MART.150 Gabriela Muniz Felix Araújo ARAÚJO. G. M. F. 157 AGAINST STRAIN OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
  12. 12. STUDIES OF MAGNETIC PARTICLES PREPARED BY CO-PRECIPITATION UNDER MAGNETIC FIELD FOR DRUG151 Kátia Lira Da Silva SILVA. K. L. 158 DELIVERY Jéssica Layanne Cabral152 AZEVEDO. J. L. C A STRUCTURAL AND ENERGETIC INVESTIGATION OF PAROMOMYCIN-16S RRNA COMPLEX 159 Azevedo SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AMOXICILLIN AND METRONIDAZOLE-BASED CHITOSAN153 João Ricardo P. De Carvalho CARVALHO. J.R.P 160 MICROPARTICLES154 Tulio Salgado SALGADO. T.M.M VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS: SURVEY OF NOTIFIED CASES OF DISEASE IN THE CITY OF ASSU / RN 161 OZAWA CALCULATION APPLIED TO THE KINETIC STUDY OF DECOMPOSITION OF FLUCONAZOLE BY156 Wendell M. De Azevedo. AZEVEDO. W. M. DE 162 THERMOGRAVIMETRY157.1 Edilamar Pereira Da Silva SILVA E. P. THERMAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ALKALOID SYNTETIC WE014 BY TG/DTA AND DSC 163157.2 Edilamar Pereira Da Silva GALVÃO. F. P DETERMINATION OF KINETIC PARAMETERS BY OZAWA OF ALKALOID SYNTETIC WE014 164158 Rachel Ouvinha De Oliveira OLIVEIRA R. DEVELOPMENT OF GOLD NANOPARTICLES CONTAINING DOCETAXEL 165 EVALUATION IN VITRO OF SCHINUS TEREBINTHIFOLIUS ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY BY CAPTURE OF FREE160 Artur Felipe Costa Amorim AMORIM. A. F. C 166 RADICAL 2.2-DIFENIL-1-PICRILIDRAZIL (DPPH)161.1 Karla Monik Alves Da Silva SILVA. K. M. A. ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ANNONA CORIACEA L. AGAINST ORAL CAVITY BACTERIA 167 MINIMUM INHIBITORY CONCENTRATION OF ACANTHOSPERMUM HISPIDUM DC FRONT OF STREPTOCOCCUS161.2 Karla Monik Alves Da Silva SILVA. K. M. A. 168 ORALIS BYTHE MICRODILUTION AND AGAR DIFFUSION METHODS162.1 Laianne Carla Batista Alencar ALENCAR. L.C.B. ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ACANTHOSPERMUM HISPIDUM DC. BY MICRODILUTION 169 MICROBIOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF HYPTIS MUTABILIS BRIQ ACTION. BY THE MICRODILUTION AND AGAR162.2 Laianne Carla Batista Alencar ALENCAR. L.C.B. 170 DIFFUSION METHODS Fernando José De Lima DIAGNOSIS OF HYGIENIC-SANITARY CONDITIONS AND COMPLIANCE WITH GOOD MANUFACTURING163.1 RAMOS JÚNIOR. F. J. L. 171 Ramos Júnior PRACTICES IN FOOD SERVICE AT PUBLIC DAY CARE CENTERS IN CAMPINA GRANDE-PB Fernando José De Lima PREVALENCE OF INTESTINAL PARASITES AMONG STUDENTS OF PUBLIC DAY CARE CENTER IN THE CITY OF163.2 RAMOS JÚNIOR. F. J. L. 172 Ramos Júnior CAMPINA GRANDE-PB164 Jamilly Kelly Oliveira Neves APOLINÁRIO. A.C. FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF SUNSCREEN EMULSIONS USING EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN 173 INTRINSIC DISSOLUTION: THE INFLUENCE OF THE TECHNIQUE ON THE KINETIC PARAMETERS EVALUATION OF165.1 Maria Luiza Carneiro Moura MOURA. M.L.C 174 ANTIRETROVIRAL EFAVIRENZ INTRINSIC VERSUS APPARENT DISSOLUTION: INFLUENCE OF COMPRESSION ON THE KINETIC EVALUATION OF165.2 Maria Luiza Carneiro Moura MOURA. M.L.C 175 ANTIRETROVIRAL EFAVIRENZ INVESTIGATION OF THE SPASMOLYTIC ACTION OF SOLANUM STRAMONIFOLIUM JACQ. ON RAT AORTA AND167 Joedna Cavalcante Pereira PEREIRA. J.C. 176 GUINEA-PIG ILEUM168 Vanessa Duarte De Almeida ALMEIDA. V. D. DE KINETIC STUDIES FOR ITRACONAZOLE USING OZAWA MODEL BY DYNAMIC THERMOGRAVIMETRY 177
  13. 13. Mariana Angélica Oliveira PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDY AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF AQUEUS EXTRACTS AND FRACIONS OF169 BITENCOURT. MAO 178 Bitencourt MIMOSA TENUIFLORA (JUREMA PRETA) AND HANCORNIA SPECIOSA (MANGABEIRA) Jahamunna Abrantes Andrade170 BARBOSA. J. A. A. THERMAL ANALYSIS MULTCOMPONET COMPLEX WITH Β-CD AND METHOTREXATE 179 Barbosa Dayanne Tomaz Casimiro Da171 SILVA. D.T.C. PSEUDO-TERNARY PHASE DIAGRAMS AS A TOOL TO PRODUCE EMULSION E MICROEMULSION 180 Silva Rayanne Sales De Araújo DETERMINATION OF MINIMUM INHIBITORY CONCENTRATION OF HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT PLANT ON172 BATISTA. R. S. A. 181 Batista CANDIDA SPECIES OF MEDICAL INTEREST174 Adriano Francisco Alves ALVES. A. F THE CURINE ANTIINFLAMMATORY EFFECT IS A CYTOKINE DEPENDENT MECHANISM. 182175.1 Rayllan Rodrigues RODRIGUES. R. O. DTA/TGA/DTG ANALYSIS OF EUTERPE OLERACEA (AÇAÍ) GLYCOLIC EXTRACT 183175.2 Rayllan Rodrigues RODRIGUES. R. O. KINETICS STUDIES OF UVB SUNSCREENS: ETHYLHEXYL TRIAZONE AND ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE 184 LECTIN ANTINOCICEPTIVE AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY EXTRACTION. PURIFICATION AND EVALUATION176 Ariane Priscilla M. Tenório TENÓRIO. A. P. M 185 OF CANNA LIMBATA ROSCOE SEEDS RHEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS IN PRELIMINARY STABILITY STUDIES OF SUNSCREEN EMULSIONS CONTAINING AÇAI177.1 Ipojucan Silva Fontes FONTES. I. S. 186 EXTRACT (EUTERPE OLERACEAE).177.2 Ipojucan Silva Fontes FONTES. I. S. EVALUATION OF SUNSCREENS THERMAL ANALYSIS BY THERMOANALYTIC TECHNIQUES 187 NENHUM AUTOR STUDY OF ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OPG POLYMORPHISMS (- 163A>G; – 1181G>C) AND MRNA EXPRESSION IN179 Melina Bezerra Loureiro SUBLINHADO 188 TYPE 1 DIABETES PATIENTS THIRD ORDER EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH FOR HUMIDITY DETERMINATION IN THE LEAVES OF AZADIRACHTA180 Denise Porfirio Emerenciano EMERENCIANO. D.P. 189 INDICA A. JUSS HUMAN LEUCOCYTE ANTIGEN REGION AND DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH181 Heglayne Pereira Vital Da Silva SILVA. H.P.V 190 TYPE I DIABETES OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE. BRAZIL Layany Carolyny Da Silva NENHUM AUTOR PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INCLUSION COMPLEXES FORMED OF ESSENTIAL OILS OF LIPPIA182 191 Mourão SUBLINHADO SIDOIDES CHAM AND LIPPIA ORIGANOIDES HBK WITH Β-CYCLODEXTRIN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN IGF-1 (-1245G>A). TGF-Β1 (-509C>T) AND LRP5 (126188 C>T) POLYMORPHISMS IN THE183 Karla Simone Costa De Souza SOUZA. K.S.C 192 DEVELOPMENT TYPE 1 DIABETES VALIDATION OF UV – SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF Daiane Rafaela Meira Ribeiro184 BATISTA. D.R.M.R PRAZIQUANTEL IN INCLUSION COMPLEXES WITH Β-CYCLODEXTRIN IN PRESENCE OF 193 Batista HYDROXYPROPYLMETHYLCELLULOSE EVALUATION OF COMPONENTS OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN ADOLESCENTS WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT185 Menilla Maria Alves De Melo MELO. M.M.A. 194 ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL CHOLESTEROL EDUCATION PROGRAM - ADULT TREATMENT PANEL III ENERGETIC ASPECTS OF CHEMICAL INTERACTION BETWEEN THE VIOMICYN ANTIBIOTIC AND BACTERIAL186 Jéssica De Fátima Vianna VIANNA. J. F 195 RIBOSOME VALIDATION OF A HPLC METHOD FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF DIBUCAINE IN SOLUTION AND ENCAPSULATED187 Raquel De Melo Barbosa BARBOSA. R. M 196 IN SOLID LIPID NANOPARTICLES OR NANOSTRUCTURED LIPID CARRIERS
  14. 14. 188.1 Itavielly Layany França Feitosa FEITOSA. I. L. F EVALUATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL POTENTIAL OF THE LEAVES OF SENNA OCCIDENTALIS (L.) LINK 197 EVALUATE OF THE ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF SENNA OCCIDENTALIS (L.) LINK.’S LEAVES FORWARD TO188.2 Itavielly Layany França Feitosa FEITOSA. I. L. F 198 STRAINS OF CANDIDA SPP189 Karla Samara Rocha Soares. SOARES. K.S. R CHITOSAN NANOPARTICLES FOR PROTEIN DELIVERY OBTAINED BY IONIC GELATION 199 Melissa Alexandra Da Rosa CLINICAL-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF PATIENTS WITH BREAST CANCER IN TO THE COMBINATION CANCER190 COSTA. M.A.R 200 Costa CHEMOTHERAPY 5-FLUOROURACIL. EPIRUBICIN AND CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE ATIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF BIOACTIVE METABOLITES ISOLATED FROM STREPTOMYCES SPP. AGAINST191.1 Geisa Nobre Oliveira OLIVEIRA. G. N. 201 PATOGENIC FUNGI YEAST191.2 Geisa Nobre Oliveira OLIVEIRA. G. N. ACUTE TOXICITY OF CARVACROL 202 EVALUATION OF THE TOXICITY OF PRADOSIA HUBERI HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT ON THE HYPOPHYSIS-192 Liliane De Queirós Souza SOUZA. L.Q.S. 203 GONADAL AXIS OF PREGNANT FEMALE RATS DRUG PROFILE OF ELDERLY DIABETES AND DYSLIPIDEMIA ATTENDED BY PHARMACEUTICAL CARE PROGRAM193 Deysiane Oliveira Brandão BRANDÃO. D. O. 204 IN A COMMUNITY PHARMACY194 Paulo Ricardo Silva Pereira PEREIRA. PRS EVALUATION OF HEMATOPOIESIS IN MALNOURISHED MOUSE MODEL 205195 Raquel Araújo De Oliveira OLIVEIRA. R. A REPORTING OF DRUGS INDICATORS OF ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS: STUDY IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 206 Gustavo Henrique De Medeiros196 OLIVEIRA. G.H.M. STUDY OF TAQI/TGFΑ POLYMORPHISM IN NON-SYNDROMIC CLEFT LIP AND/OR PALATE 207 Oliveira197 Maryanne Melo. MELO. M. N. PHYLLANTUS NIRURI L. REDUCE DAMAGE IN THE MUCOSAL IN MODEL OF COLITIS 208198 Janaina Da Silva Goes GOES. J. S. COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN CAPTOPRIL AND EXCIPIENTS THROUGH THERMAL ANALYSIS 209 INTESTINAL PARASITES IN CHILDREN AND FOOD MANIPULATORS OF SCHOOL AND RESIDENTIAL OF A199 José Izak Ribeiro De Araújo ARAÚJO. J.I. R 210 MUNICIPAL NURSERY IN JOÃO PESSOA- PB CHARACTERIZATION OF SPRAY-DRIED PRODUCT AND LIOPHILIZED DRIED EXTRACT OF BAUHINIA FORFICATA200.1 Evelyn Mirella Lopes Pina PINA. E. M. L 211 LINK BY INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY EVALUATION OF INTERFERING LIPOPHILIC ON DETERMINATION OF CONTENT OF TOTAL FLAVONOIDS BY200.2 Evelyn Mirella Lopes Pina PINA. E. M. L 212 SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION PHYSICAL CARACTERIZATION OF SPRAY-DRIED PRODUCT AND LIOPHILIZED DRIED EXTRACT OF BAUHINIA201.1 Monize Santos Peixoto PEIXOTO. M.S 213 FORFICATA LINK BY SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY (SEM) AND X-RAY DIFFRACTION. EVALUATION OF HYGROSCOPIC IN SPRAY-DRIED PRODUCT (SDP) AND LYOPHILISATE DRIED EXTRACT (LDE)201.2 Monize Santos Peixoto PEIXOTO. M.S 214 OF LEAVES OF BAUHINIA FORFICATA LINK OMENA. RAFAEL SYNTHESIS. CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION OF THE LEISHMANICIDAL ACTIVITY OF MEGLUMINE202 Rafael Jorge Melo De Omena JORGE MELO 215 ANTIMONIATE IN PROMASTIGOTE FORMS OF LEISHMANIA MAJOR INTERACTIONS OF ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE THERAPY DISPENSED BY THE MUNICIPAL HEALTH NETWORK OF203 Nataly Miranda Do Nascimento NASCIMENTO. N. M. 216 MACEIO / AL
  15. 15. USE OF STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL AS A TOOL IN OPTIMIZING THE QUALITY OF THE PRODUCTION OF204.1 João Paulo Tavares Malheiro MALHEIRO. J. P.T 217 DIPYRONE 500 MG/ML ORAL SOLUTION DROPS ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING IN THE FILLING LINE DROPS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE204.2 João Paulo Tavares Malheiro MALHEIRO. J. P.T 218 ENVIRONMENT. PRODUCTIN PROCESS AND FINISHED PRODUCT DIPYRONE 500MG205.1 Fabíola Lélis De Carvalho CARVALHO. F. L. PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITY OF THE SESQUITERPENE NEROLIDOL 219205.2 Fabíola Lélis De Carvalho CARVALHO. F. L. SEROLOGICAL STUDY OF CHAGAS DISEASE IN THE CITY OF SALGADINHO/PB 220 EVALUATION OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THREE CULTIVARS OF PAPAYA SEEDS206 Alan Leite Moreira. MOREIRA. A.L. 221 PRODUCED IN THE NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL FOR POSSIBLE RECOVERY IN FOOD INDUST207.1 Sarah Rafaelly Araújo Santos SANTOS. S.R.A. EXTRACTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHITIN FROM SHRIMP WASTE OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE - BRAZIL 222207.2 Sarah Rafaelly Araújo Santos SANTOS. S.R.A. EVALUATION OF THE AUTHENTICITY OF A SAMPLE OF SENNA MARKETED IN NATAL-RN. 223 EVALUATION OF QUALITY OF SAMPLES OF BACCHARIS TRIMERA MARKETED IN DIFFERENT CAPITALS OF THE208.1 Matheus Angêlos ANGELOS. M.A. 224 BRAZILIAN NORTHEAST THROUGH HPLC ANALYSIS208.2 Matheus Angêlos ANGELOS. M.A. ANALYSIS OF EXTENDED RELEASE TABLETS BENZNIDAZOLE BY RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY AND MICROSCOPY 225209.1 Fabiana Paiva Galvão GALVÃO. F. P DETERMINATION OF KINETIC PARAMETERS BY OZAWA FOR ALKALOID SYNTETIC WE010 226209.2 Fabiana Paiva Galvão GALVÃO. F. P THERMAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ALKALOID SYNTETIC WE010 BY TG/DTA AND DSC 227 PARTICIPATION IN CLINICAL PAIN. FOLLOWING THE TREATMENT OF ANTIINFLAMMATORY NON-STEROIDAL210 Monique Dielly JANUÁRIO. M.D.A. 228 ONCOLOGY WARD ASSISTANCE FOUDATION OF PARAIBA – FAP Elton Max Nascimento Do211 EGITO. E. M. N. THE QUEST FOR ION CHANNEL MEMORY USING A LIPID MEMBRANE 229 Egito NENHUM AUTOR213 Tamires Andrade Da Silva SUBLINHADO PREPARATION OF DAPSONE-SILICATE NANOCOMPOSITES 230 INFLUENCE OF HIGH GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION ON BONE METABOLISM IN MICE C57BL/6 INDUCED WITH214 Raul Hernandes Bortolin BORTOLIN. R.H. 231 HIGH-FAT DIET215.1 Dayane Beserra Costa COSTA. D.B. CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SCORPION STINGS IN CAMPINA GRANDE: PART II 232215.2 Dayane Beserra Costa COSTA. D.B. SCORPIONIC AND OPHIDIAN ACCIDENT EPIDEMIOLOGIC PROFILE NOTIFIED IN CAMPINA GRANDE CITY 233216 Mírian Letícia Carmo Bastos BASTOS. M. L. C HYPERTENSION: EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY IN PUBLIC HEALTH 234 Leslie Raphael De Moura218.1 FERRAZ. L.R.M. ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT BATCHES OF BENZIDAZOLE BY HPLC AND FTIR 235 Ferraz Leslie Raphael De Moura UTILIZAÇÃO DE TÉCNICAS ESPECTROMÉTRICAS PARA A CARACTERIZAÇÃO DO 3-(4-CLORO-BENZIL)-5-(4-218.2 FERRAZ. L.R.M. 236 Ferraz NITRO-BENZILIDENO)-IMIDAZOLIDINA-2.4-DIONA (LFPS/FZ4)
  16. 16. IDENTIFICAÇÃO E SUSCETIBILIDADE ANTIMICROBIANA DE ENTEROCOCOS ISOLADOS NA CIDADE DO220 Mizia Martins COSTA. M. K. C. M. 237 NATAL/RN. BRASIL Daliana Maria Berenice De HUMAN LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN-G AND -E EXPRESSION IN GASTRIC SPECIMENS IN PATIENTS WITH222 SOUZA. DMBO 238 Oliveira Souza HELICOBACTER PYLORI223 Joanda Paolla SILVA. J. P. R. COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE THERAPIES IN BASIC HEALTH SYSTEM 239 SURVEY OF RISK FACTORS FOR PREVALENCE OF CASES OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELITTA IN THE CITY OF224.1 Wende Soares FREITAS. W.S. 240 ARARA-PB224.2 Wende Soares FREITAS. W.S. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY IN CASES OF HEPATITIS TOWN OF CUITE - PB. BRAZIL. 2011. 241 USE OF BABASSU IN THE ADSORPTION OF CHEMICALS FOR WASTE TREATMENT IN INDUSTRY CHEMICAL AND225 Gubbio Matos Da Silva SILVA. G. M. S 242 PHARMACEUTICAL226 Lidyane Neves Miranda MIRANDA. L.N HUMAN LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN-G AND TH17 EXPRESSION IN CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA 243 Antônia Rosângela Soares227.1 PENHA. A. R. S1 POSSIBLE ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF LIPPIA MICROPHYLLA (VERBENACEAE) ESSENTIAL OIL IN MICE 244 Penha Antônia Rosângela Soares INVESTIGATION OF ACUTE TOXICITY AND MIORRELAXANT EFFECT OF LIPPIA MICROPHYLLA (VERBENACEAE)227.2 PENHA. A. R. S1 245 Penha ESSENTIAL OIL IN MICE Cinthya Maria Pereira De CHARACTERIZATION OF THE OPUNTIA FICUS-INDICA (L.) MILL DRIED EXTRACT BY THERMAL ANALYSIS AND228 SOUZA. C.M.P. 246 Souza INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY NENHUM AUTOR EXPRESSION STUDY OF THE GENES INVOLVED ON FOLIC ACID METABOLISM IN ASSOCIATION WITH ORAL229 Clélio Diogo Soares SUBLINHADO 247 CLEFT DEVOLOPMENT230 Flávia Câmara De Souza SOUZA. F. C PARAMETERS KINETICS BY OZAWA MODEL FOR NICOTINAMIDE BY DYNAMIC TG 248 DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A STABILITY INDICATIVE METHOD OF ASCORBIC ACID (VIT C) FOR 500 MG231 Arsênio Rodrigues Oliveira OLIVEIRA. A.R 249 TABLETS DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF AN ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION OF SIMVASTATIN IN232 Laura Da Fonseca Ferreira FERREIRA. L.F 250 MICROEMULSION BY HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY RETROSPECTIVE AND CONCURRENT VALIDATION OF THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF ZIDOVUDINE 300MG232.2 Arsênio Rodrigues Oliveira OLIVEIRA. A.R 251 + LAMIVUDINE 150MG A STUDY OF CYTOTOXICITY BY BIOASSAY TECHNIQUES OF THE HOMEOPATHIC PRODUCTS CONTAINING233 Regina Carmen Espósito ESPÓSITO. R.C. 252 MOMORDICA CHARANTIA234 Thaciane Da Cunha Soares SOARES. T.C UV-VIS ANALYSIS OF CHEMICAL MARKERS OF THE LEAVES OF PASSIFLORA EDULIS SIMS VARIETY EDULIS 253 Pedro Henrique Dos Santos ANTICONVULSIVANT AND ANXIOLITIC ACTION EVALUATION OF INDIGOFERA SUFFRUTICOSA MILLS AND236 SOARES. P.H.S. 254 Soares INDIGO CARMINE IN MICE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW METHODS OF ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF237 Lais Farias Azevedo AZEVEDO. L. F 255 METRONIDAZOLE TABLETS USING NEAR INFRARED238.1 Marcelo Amorim AMORIM. M.V.P. CARACTERIZATION OF RIFAMPICIN AND THEIR DEGRADATION PRODUCTS BY CHEMICAL STRESS 256
  17. 17. 238.2 Marcelo Amorim AMORIM. M.V.P. COMPARISON STUDY OF TWO ANALYTICALS METHODS OF 4-FDC USING A SINGLE COLUMN 257 Leandro Vinicius Fernandes De EVALUATION OF ANALYTICAL METHODS APPLIED TO QUANTIFICATION OF LIPID PEROXIDATION IN LIVER239 MORAIS. L. 258 Morais HOMOGENATE OF RATS VALIDATION OF AN UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF PROPRANOLOL IN240 Gabriela Diniz Fonseca FONSECA. G. D. 259 CAPSULES USING QUITOSAN AS EXCIPIENT CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF THE CRUDE EXTRACT AND FRACTIONS FROM K. BRASILIENSIS CAMBESS241 Julia Morais Fernandes FERNANDES. J. M. 260 (SAIÃO) LEAVES242.1 Cláudia Cecilio Daher DAHER. C. C. KINETCS STUDIES OF EUTERPE OLERACEA (AÇAÍ) EXTRACTS 261242.2 Cláudia Cecilio Daher DAHER. C. C. SUNSCREENS O/W EMULSIONS STABILIZED BY RHEOLOGICAL MODIFIERS: PRELIMINARY STABILITY TESTS 262 STUDY BY QUANTUM MECHANICAL OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN AMPA RECEPTORS AND FLUORINE243 José Xavier De Lima Neto LIMA NETO. J. X. 263 WILLARDIINE244 Vanessa Santos Temponi TEMPONI. VS EVALUATION OF THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY POTENTIAL ETHANOLIC EXTRACT FROM VERNONIA POLYANTHES 264245 Jucelia Barbosa Da Silva. SILVA. J.B EVALUATION OF THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY POTENTIAL ETHANOLIC EXTRACT FROM VERNONIA CONDENSATA 265 EVALUATION OF MUTAGENICITY AND ACUTE TOXICITY IN MICE OF Spondias purpurea (Siriguela) ETHANOLIC246 Vanda Lucia dos Santos SANTOS, V.L EXTRACT. 266
  18. 18. II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose methods and pharmaceutical productsCODE 1 IMMUNOPHENOTYPIC AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS AFTER MOBILIZATION IN MALNOURISHED MICE Pereira, P. R. S.1; Silva, B. C. O.1; Avelino, C. U. R.1; Cavalcanti Junior, G. B.2; Borelli, P.3; Schimieguel, D. M.1 1 Laboratório de Hematologia Clínica; Departamento de Análises Clínicas e Toxicológicas/CCS/UFRN. 2 Laboratório de Imunologia Clínica; Departamento de Análises Clínicas e Toxicológicas/CCS/UFRN. 3 Faculdade de Ciências Farmacêuticas/ Departamento de Análises Clínicas e Toxicológicas/USP. Corresponding author: pauloricardo306@yahoo.com.br Introduction: Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) is a therapy performed in persons with hematologic malignancies. Recruitment of stem cells from the bone marrow (BM) into peripheral blood (PB) is termed mobilization. Bone marrow hypoplasia has generally treated intensively may decrease the effectiveness of therapy, similar to that found in malnutrition. Objectives: To assess the functional status and immunophenotypic profile of hematopoietic stem cells after mobilization in a murine model of malnutrition and bone marrow hypoplasia. Materials and Methods: We studied eight adult male BALB/c separated in two groups: malnourished (D) and control (C). The group D (n = 5) received low- protein diets for five weeks, and group C (n = 3) received normal protein diets ad libitum. All animals were mobilized with G-CSF fo 5 d ys dose 100μg/Kg/d y. On sixth day, animals were euthanized to obtain PB and BM, by washing the medullary cavities of femurs and tibias. BM samples were cultured in methylcellulose plus growth factors (IL-3, G-CSF, GM-CSF) for functional evaluation by counting the colony-forming units (CFU); G-CFU and GM-CFU. Quantification of HSC was performed by immunophenotyping (CD34+ and Sca-1+). Results: There was no significant difference in quantification of HSC present in BM/PB between the two groups. Total CFU and CFU-G were significantly decreased in samples of group D than in group C (p = 0, 0357). Conclusion: There was no difference in amount of cells mobilized from the BM niche of malnourished group. However, functionally the HSC seem somehow damaged, with reduced differentiation and proliferation. Financial support from UFRN. 1
  19. 19. II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose methods and pharmaceutical productsCODE 2 IN VITRO ACARICIDAL AND CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF AQUEOUS EXTRACTS OF Agave sisalana PERRINE AND Furcraea selloa K. KOCH Macedo, A. L.1; Prata, M. C. A.2; Chedier, L. M.3; Sousa, O. V.4; Pimenta, D. S.3; Pires, M. F. A.2. 1 Ph m ceu c sc ences m s e ’s s uden , UFJF. 2 Embrapa Dairy Cattle researchers. 3 Botanical Department, Biologic Sciences Institute, UFJF. 4 Pharmaceutic Department, Pharmacy College, UFJF. Corresponding author: thumcd@gmail.com Introduction: Agave sisalana Perrine e Furcraea selloa K. Koch, part of Ag v ce e f m y nd popu y known s “p ”, h ve been used s pesticides and antimicrobials agents in ethnoveterinary, especially as acaridal. Objective: Evaluate the acaricial and cytotoxic activities of the leaves infused of A. sisalana and F. selloa. Material and Methods: F. selloa and A. sisalana leaves were collected in Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The aqueous extract was obtained by infusion of the dried and crushed leafs. Acaricidal activity was evaluated against Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus at extracts using the extracts in concentration ranging of 40mg/mL to 200mg/mL. The citotoxic activity was tested against Artemia salina exposed to extracts in concentrations ranging of 10 to 1000 g/mL. Results and Discussion: Extracts don’ n e fe ed s gn f c n y n y ng and hatching, but A. sisalana extract showed a light increase in the laying and the F. selloa extract showed a light decrease of the same. The test population showed resistance to pyrethroids, organophosphates and m d nes s ng y nd n ssoc on. The ex c s we en’ ox cs g ns A. salina in the tested concentrations, having F. selloa killed 22,5% and A. sisalana 10,0% of the nauplii in the higher concentration. These results corroborate with previous publication were the acaricidal activity were associated with the cytotoxicity probably linked with the saponins presents in these species. Conclusion: The obtained results indicate that the leaves nfused of bo h spec es don’ h ve c c d nd c o ox c c v es. Nex studies should focus on the leaves methanolic extracts of F. selloa. Financial support from FAPEMIG and master scholarship from Embrapa dairy cattle. 2
  20. 20. II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose methods and pharmaceutical productsCODE 3 PRELIMARY STUDY OF BORNEOL SALICILATE ANTIINFLAMATORY ACTIVITY Vasconcelos, R. M. C.¹; Leite, J. A.; Leite, F. C.¹; Rodrigues, L. C.²; Piuvezam, M. R.¹ ¹Laboratório de Imunofarmacologia, Centro de Biotecnologia, Universidade Federal da Paraíba (UFPB). ²Laboratório de Farmacoquímica, Centro de Biotecnologia, Universidade Federal da Paraíba (UFPB). Corresponding author: renatacostav@gmail.com Introduction: Borneol Salicilate (BoS) is a synthetic compound obtained by esterification reaction of salicylic acid and (-)-borneol alcohol. The diastereomer (-)-borneol has been described as a potential anti- inflammatory molecule in neuronal cells. Objective: The goal of this study was to evaluate BoS in murine models of inflammation. Material and Methods: The experimental models used were carragenaan-induced paw edema and zymosan-induced peritonitis. Swiss mice (n=6) orally pretreated with 50, 100 or 200 mg/kg BoS or 200 mg/kg acetylsalicylic acid (AAS) as control drug rece ved n njec on of 20 μL of c gen n (2,5%) in left paw and NaCl 0,9% solution in right paw. The paw volume was measured in different times to evaluate the edema formation. In the peritonitis experimental model, pretreated animals (n=8) received an n pe one njec on of 500 μL of zymos n (2 mg/mL) nd 4 hou s f e the peritoneum was exposed and the fluid was collected with 1 mL ice-cold PBS. The aspirate was centrifuged and the cells were ressuspended and counted in hemocitometer. Results and Discussion: The pretreatment with BoS (200 mg/kg) was significantly (p<0.05) effective in inhibiting the paw edema in 1h, 2h, 6h and 24h, as well as the AAS; however, the minor doses of BoS were not effective. The BoS (200 mg/kg) also reduced significantly (p<0.05) the neutrophil migration to peritoneum. Conclusion: These preliminary data suggest that BoS has anti-inflammatory effects related with eicosanoid mediators. Financial support from CNPq/Brazil and master scholarship from CAPES/Brazil 3
  21. 21. II INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Challenge and opportunities for development new diagnose methods and pharmaceutical productsCODE 4 ESTIMATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK BY THE FRAMINGHAM SCORE IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS Portela, A. S.1,2; Silva, P. C. D.2; Falcão, R. A.2; Malheiro, J. P. T.2; Montenegro Neto, A. N.2; Almeida, M. G.1,3; Simões, M. O. 2 1 Programa de Desenvolvimento e Inovação Tecnológica de Medicamentos, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN). 2 Laboratório de Pesquisa em Bioquímica Clínica, Departamento de Farmácia, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba (UEPB). 3 Laboratório Multidisciplinar, Departamento de Análises Clínicas e Toxicológicas, UFRN. Corresponding author: moscg@uol.com.br Introduction: Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in Brazil. The main risk factors for these diseases are Arterial Systemic Hypertension, dyslipidemia, smoking and Diabetes Mellitus (DM). Material and Methods: Based on this framework, this study aims to evaluate the cardiovascular risk of hypertensive patients by the Framingham risk score. It is a cross-sectional study which included a random sample of 53 individuals with hypertension treated at the Municipal Health Service of Campina Grande, in Paraíba. It was adopted the Framingham score, taking into account the sum of points obtained from the set of risks, from the age, presence of diabetes, the practice of smoking, blood pressure and the ratio between total cholesterol and HDL. Results and Discussion: From the results, it was observed that 81.25% of the male population had risk equal or more than 10% for cardiovascular complications estimated at 10 years, according to Framingham scores. In women, on the contrary, statistical analysis showed that this risk was 76.47% less than or equal to 8%. Conclusion: The results showed the importance of implementing the score in Primary Care, which allow for early diagnosis of people at risk and identify remedial measures that may be effective in treating and preventing cardiovascular events, many of them fatal, avoiding personal suffering and reducing costs to the health system and society. Financial support: Incentive Program for Graduate Studies and Research (PROPESQ) UEPB 4

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