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Trypanosoma rangeli are kinetoplastid protozoa which have been largely recognized and defined in several Latin American countries in relation to T. cruzi, because the two trypanosome species are(More)
The majority of individuals in the chronic phase of Chagas disease are asymptomatic (indeterminate form). Every year 2-3% of these individuals develop severe clinical manifestations (cardiac and(More)
We present data on the molecular characterisation of strains of Trypanosoma rangeli isolated from naturally infected Rhodnius ecuadoriensis in Peru, from Rhodnius colombiensis, Rhodnius pallescens(More)
Bat trypanosomes are implicated in the evolution of the T. cruzi clade, which harbours most African, European and American trypanosomes from bats and other trypanosomes from African, Australian and(More)
Trypanosoma rangeli can infect humans as well as the same domestic and wild animals and triatomine vectors infected by Trypanosoma cruzi in Central and South America. This overlapping distribution(More)