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Isoenzyme characterization of Trypanosoma evansi isolated from capybaras and dogs in Brazil


, : Isoenzyme characterization of Trypanosoma evansi isolated from capybaras and dogs in Brazil. Acta Tropica, 464: 213-222

Trypanosoma evansi was seen in blood samples taken randomly from both wild and semi-captive capybaras caught in Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil and in sick dogs brought into local veterinary clinics. Trypanosome stocks from capybaras and dogs were significantly different in their patterns of growth in mice, while the trypanosomes from dogs were mostly dyskinetoplastic. By isoenzyme electrophoresis all the trypanosomes were of the most common type of T. evansi found elsewhere.

Accession: 001871248

PMID: 2571248

DOI: 10.1016/0001-706x(89)90021-1

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