Trypanosomes of non-human primates from the National Centre of Primates, Ananindeua, State of Pará, brazil.

@article{Ziccardi2000TrypanosomesON,
  title={Trypanosomes of non-human primates from the National Centre of Primates, Ananindeua, State of Par{\'a}, brazil.},
  author={M. Ziccardi and R. Lourenço-de-Oliveira and R. Lainson and M. C. Br{\'i}gido and J. Muniz},
  journal={Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz},
  year={2000},
  volume={95 2},
  pages={
          157-9
        }
}
Trypanosome infections were sought in 46 non-human primates captured principally in Amazonian Brazil. Twenty-two (47.8%) were infected with four Trypanosoma species: T. cruzi, T. minasense, T. devei and T. rangeli. These preliminary results confirmed the high prevalence and diversity of natural infections with trypanosomes in primates from Brazilian Amazon and were the first formal record of simian infections with trypanosomes in the State of Acre. The presence of T. cruzi-like and T. rangeli… Expand
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