Trypanosoma rangeli

Try·pan·o·so·ma ran·gel·i

a species that parasitizes a wide variety of mammals, including humans, in South America and is transmitted by the triatomid bugs Rhodnius prolixus and Tiratoma dimidiata, and probably others; it is apparently nonpathogenic but may be pathogenic in the bug host.
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Use of micro-ELISA for quintitanting antibody to Trypanosoma cruzi and Trypanosoma rangeli. Am J Trop Hyg.
Salivarian trypanosomes include the subgenera Tejeraia (Trypanosoma rangeli), Duttonella (Trypanosoma vivax), Nannomonas (Trypanosoma congolense), Trypanozoon (Trypanosoma brucei, Trypansoma evansi, and Trypanosoma equiperdum), and Pycnomonas (Trypanosoma suis).
cruzi and was not found in Trypanosoma rangeli, an infectious agent nonpathogenic to human hosts.
cruzi, podem infectar os triatomineos -- como Trypanosoma rangeli --, podendo haver risco de confusao diagnostica nas areas de ocorrencia simultanea de ambos os agentes (22,23).
En la fase preliminar de este estudio, se estandarizo la reaccion en cadena de la polimerasa (PCR) S35/S36 en el laboratorio y se hicieron los correspondientes ensayos para descartar una posible interferencia con Trypanosoma rangeli en el caso de las muestras que arrojaron resultados positivos en dicha PCR [8].
Trypanosoma rangeli: discrimination from Trypanosoma cruzi based on a variable domain from the large subunit ribosomal RNA gene.
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