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Trypanosoma cruzi: A Considerable Phylogenetic Divergence Indicates That the Agent of Chagas Disease Is Indigenous to the Native Fauna of the United States

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2001
Publication Date
2001-10

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C Barnabe, R Yaeger, O Pung, and M Tibayrenc, Trypanosoma cruzi: A Considerable Phylogenetic Divergence Indicates That the Agent of Chagas Disease Is Indigenous to the Native Fauna of the United States: Experimental Parasitology [Exp. Parasitol.]. Vol. 99, no. 2, pp. 73-79. Oct 2001.

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ID CSA 101137
ISSN CSA 0014-4894
Accession Number CSA 5295140

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citationTypeJournal Article
journalExperimental Parasitology [Exp. Parasitol.]. Vol. 99, no. 2, pp. 73-79. Oct 2001.
languageEnglish

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