The Chagas disease domestic transmission cycle in Guatemala: parasite-vector switches and lack of mitochondrial co-diversification between Triatoma dimidiata and Trypanosoma cruzi subpopulations suggest non-vectorial parasite dispersal across the Motagua valley.

Pennington, PM; Messenger, LA; Reina, J; Juárez, JG; Lawrence, GG; Dotson, EM; Llewellyn, MS; Cordón-Rosales, C; (2015) The Chagas disease domestic transmission cycle in Guatemala: parasite-vector switches and lack of mitochondrial co-diversification between Triatoma dimidiata and Trypanosoma cruzi subpopulations suggest non-vectorial parasite dispersal across the Motagua valley. Acta tropica. ISSN 0001-706X DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actatropica.2015.07.014

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