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Hello, my name it's Víctor Rafael Zárate-Ramírez; I'm a mexican Biologist, with M.Sc. degree, Helminthologist by choice; and I fell in love with microscopes since 5 year old (in 38 since that). I work has Biology high school professor in CCH-Oriente, in one of the two high school subsystems fron UNAM, the most important University in latinamerica.
Best Regards from Mexico.
Hello; thanks, it's good join to people who share the taste for microscopy.
Best Regards from México
January 6, 2011
In Bachelor, I worked with the zoonotic nematode Gnathostoma binucleatum, with a high risk for public health in my country, a tiny larvae of 4 mm can kill people (in Japan they have Gnathostoma spinigerum) in that ocassion I worked with Scanning Electron Microscopy. In M. Sc. I do it a Biodiversity survey with Helminth of native fishes in a Biosphere Reserve, I collected digenean trematodes, nematodes and cestodes. If you ask what are my favorites? Digenean trematodes without doubt.
Some paper about that:
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