occurrence of trypanosoma caninum in areas overlapping with leishmaniasis in brazil: what is the real impact of canine leishmaniasis control?trypanosoma caninum is a parasite of the trypanosoma genus recently described in the natural infection of dogs in the municipality of rio de janeiro, brazil. suspecting the existence of a natural cycle and the circulation of this new species, the objective of this study was the taxonomic identification of samples of trypanosoma spp. isolated from dogs in different brazilian regions. parasites were solely obtained from skin fragments culture and characterized by nested-pcr targeting the partial s ...201222579558
laboratory tests performed on leishmania seroreactive dogs euthanized by the leishmaniasis control 2008, in the west zone of rio de janeiro municipality-brazil, the leishmaniasis control program identified 155 dogs with titers = 40 by indirect immunofluorescence (iif) on blood collected onto filter paper. the objective of this study was to describe the laboratory test findings performed in dogs euthanized by the leishmaniasis program control of rio de janeiro municipality. dogs were examined, subjected to euthanasia and collection of clinical specimens. parasite isolation was obtained in 2 ...201121349644
isolation of trypanosoma caninum in domestic dogs in rio de janeiro, brazil.summary: the domestic dog's involvement with different members of the trypanosomatidae family has been the focus of several studies due to this animal's close proximity to man. recently this animal has been infected by a new trypanosoma species (t. caninum), described in rio de janeiro and 19 similar isolates were later obtained. the objective of this study was to identify these isolates. all samples were isolated from intact skin cultures and analysed morphologically, by biochemical isoenzyme e ...201020500920
trypanosoma caninum n. sp. (protozoa: kinetoplastida) isolated from intact skin of a domestic dog ( canis familiaris) captured in rio de janeiro, unknown trypanosoma species was isolated from an axenic culture of intact skin from a domestic dog captured in rio de janeiro, brazil, which was co-infected with leishmania (viannia) braziliensis. giemsa-stained smears of cultures grown in different media revealed the presence of epimastigotes, trypomastigotes, spheromastigotes, transitional stages, and dividing forms (epimastigotes or spheromastigotes). the highest frequency of trypomastigotes was observed in rpmi (15.2%) and dmem (9.2%) med ...200919216827
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