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The Evolutionary Origin of Diversity in Chagas Disease Vectors
Urbanization, land tenure security and vector-borne Chagas disease
(The Royal Society, 2014)
Modern cities represent one of the fastest growing ecosystems on the planet. Urbanization occurs in stages; each stage characterized by a distinct habitat that may be more or less susceptible to the establishment of disease ...
The Centennial of the Discovery of Chagas Disease: Facing the Current Challenges
(Public Library of Science, 2012)
Evolution, Systematics, and Biogeography of the Triatominae, Vectors of Chagas Disease
(Academic Press, 2018)
Certifying the interruption of Chagas disease transmission by native vectors: cui bono?
(Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, 2020)
The main sceneries of Chagas disease transmission. The vectors, blood and oral transmissions - A comprehensive review
(Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, 2015)
Assessing the invasion speed of triatomine populations, chagas disease vectors
(Centro de Investigaciones en Matemática Pura y Aplicada (CIMPA) y Escuela de Matemática, San José, Costa Rica., 2020)
Chagas disease (American trypanosomiasis) in the context of the 2030 agenda. Insights into global warming and vector control
(Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. Instituto Oswaldo Cruz., 2023)
Knowledge of triatomine insects and of the Chagas disease among people from localities which have different levels of vector infestations
(Associação Brasileira de Saúde Coletiva, 2017)
Epidemiological, social, and control determinants of Chagas disease in Central America and Mexico - Group discussion
(Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, 2007)
The existence of Chagas disease in Central America was reported for the first time in El Salvador in 1913, four years after its discovery in Brazil. At that time only Triatoma dimidiata was known as a vector, but two ...