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Trypanosoma cruzi in wild raccoons, opossums, and triatomine bugs in southeast Georgia, U.S.A.

Pung OJ, Banks CW, Jones DN, Krissinger MW.

J Parasitol. 1995 Apr;81(2):324-6.

PMID:
7707220
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Trypanosoma cruzi in wild raccoons and opossums in North Carolina.

Karsten V, Davis C, Kuhn R.

J Parasitol. 1992 Jun;78(3):547-9.

PMID:
1597808
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Trypanosomiasis in raccoons from Georgia.

Pietrzak SM, Pung OJ.

J Wildl Dis. 1998 Jan;34(1):132-6.

PMID:
9476234
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High prevalence of Trypanosoma rangeli and Trypanosoma cruzi in opossums and triatomids in a formerly-endemic area of Chagas disease in Southeast Brazil.

Ramirez LE, Lages-Silva E, Alvarenga-Franco F, Matos A, Vargas N, Fernandes O, Zingales B.

Acta Trop. 2002 Dec;84(3):189-98.

PMID:
12443797
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Trypanosoma cruzi infection in Didelphis marsupialis in Santa Catarina and Arvoredo Islands, southern Brazil.

Grisard EC, Carvalho-Pinto CJ, Scholz AF, Toma HK, Schlemper BR Jr, Steindel M.

Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 2000 Nov-Dec;95(6):795-800.

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Influence of humans and domestic animals on the household prevalence of Trypanosoma cruzi in Triatoma infestans populations in northwest Argentina.

Gurtler RE, Cohen JE, Cecere MC, Lauricella MA, Chuit R, Segura EL.

Am J Trop Med Hyg. 1998 Jun;58(6):748-58.

PMID:
9660458
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Genetically different isolates of Trypanosoma cruzi elicit different infection dynamics in raccoons (Procyon lotor) and Virginia opossums (Didelphis virginiana).

Roellig DM, Ellis AE, Yabsley MJ.

Int J Parasitol. 2009 Dec;39(14):1603-10. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpara.2009.06.007. Epub 2009 Jul 14.

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Interaction between Didelphis albiventris and Triatoma infestans in relation to Trypanosoma cruzi transmission.

Schweigmann NJ, Pietrokovsky S, Bottazzi V, Conti O, Wisnivesky-Colli C.

Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1995 Nov-Dec;90(6):679-82.

PMID:
8731363
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Seroprevalence of Trypanosoma cruzi in raccoons from South Carolina and Georgia.

Yabsley MJ, Noblet GP.

J Wildl Dis. 2002 Jan;38(1):75-83.

PMID:
11838232
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Trypanosoma cruzi from wild raccoons in Oklahoma.

John DT, Hoppe KL.

Am J Vet Res. 1986 May;47(5):1056-9.

PMID:
3087247
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The Biology of the Triatomine Bugs Native to South Central Texas and Assessment of the Risk They Pose for Autochthonous Chagas Disease Exposure.

Wozniak EJ, Lawrence G, Gorchakov R, Alamgir H, Dotson E, Sissel B, Sarkar S, Murray KO.

J Parasitol. 2015 Oct;101(5):520-8. doi: 10.1645/15-748. Epub 2015 Jul 13.

PMID:
26168214
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Trypanosoma cruzi prevalence and epidemiologic trends in lemurs on St. Catherines Island, Georgia.

Hall CA, Polizzi C, Yabsley MJ, Norton TM.

J Parasitol. 2007 Feb;93(1):93-6.

PMID:
17436947
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Infection of Triatoma guasayana, Triatoma sordida and Triatoma infestans by Trypanosoma cruzi from a naturally infected opossum.

Schweigmann N, Pietrokovsky S, Conti O, Escosteguy M, Bottazzi V, Solarz N, Wisnivesky-Colli C.

Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1997 Mar-Apr;92(2):151-2. No abstract available.

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Probability of infection with Trypanosoma cruzi of the vector Triatoma infestans fed on infected humans and dogs in northwest Argentina.

Gurtler RE, Cecere MC, Castanera MB, Canale D, Lauricella MA, Chuit R, Cohen JE, Segura EL.

Am J Trop Med Hyg. 1996 Jul;55(1):24-31. Erratum in: Am J Trop Med Hyg 1996 Oct;55(4):465.

PMID:
8702018
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[Tripano-triatomine infection of Triatoma spinolai in a zone with epidemiological risk].

Ordenes H, Ehrenfeld M, Cattan PE, Canals M.

Rev Med Chil. 1996 Sep;124(9):1053-7. Spanish.

PMID:
9197018

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