Antonieta Rojas de Arias

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Trypanosoma cruzi, the causative agent of Chagas disease, has at least two principal intraspecific subdivisions, T. cruzi I (TCI) and T. cruzi II (TCII), the latter containing up to five subgroups(More)
The isolation of biological clones of Trypanosoma cruzi by microscopically dispensing individual organisms or by serial dilution is laborious and time consuming. The inability to resolve mixed T.(More)