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Apr-2019Characterization of the malaria parasite optical features for development of a non-invasive diagnostic deviceBaptista, Vitória Cunha; Calçada, Carla Sofia Martins; Teixeira, Miguel Monteiro, et al.AbstractOpen access
2022Development of an ultraviolet-c irradiation room in a public Portuguese hospital for safe re-utilization of personal protective respiratorsPadrão, Jorge; Negreiros, Talita Nicolau Oliveira Vidal; Felgueiras, Helena Prado, et al.ArticleOpen access
Dec-2020Expansion of a specific plasmodium falciparum PfMDR1 Haplotype in southeast Asia with increased substrate transportCalçada, Carla Sofia Martins; Silva, Miguel; Baptista, Vitória, et al.ArticleOpen access
29-Jun-2021Genetic determinants of malaria therapeutics’ cross resistance with novel compoundsCalçada, Carla Sofia MartinsDoctoral thesisEmbargoed access (3 Years)
27-Feb-2020Hemozoin: the future in malaria diagnosisBaptista, Vitória Cunha; Calçada, Carla Sofia Martins; Silva, Miguel João Ferreira, et al.AbstractOpen access
2015New valorization strategies for eucalyptus spp. bark extractsSilvestre, Armando J. D.; Silva, F. S.; Guerra, A. R., et al.Conference paperRestricted access (UMinho)
26-Sep-2021OmniSARS2: a highly sensitive and specific RT-qPCR-based COVID-19 diagnostic method designed to withstand SARS-CoV-2 lineage evolutionCarvalho-Correia, Eduarda; Calçada, Carla Sofia Martins; Branca, Fernando, et al.ArticleOpen access
2019Plasmodium falciparum K13 expression associated with parasite clearance during artemisinin-based combination therapySilva, M.; Ferreira, P. E.; Otienoburu, S. D., et al.ArticleOpen access
Nov-2021The future in sensing technologies for malaria surveillance: a review of hemozoin-based diagnosisBaptista, Vitória; Costa, Mariana S.; Calçada, Carla Sofia Martins, et al.ArticleRestricted access (UMinho)