volume 50, issue 6, P824-828 2017
DOI: 10.1590/0037-8682-0199-2017
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Abstract: Abstract Introduction:Chagas disease surveillance requires current knowledge on synanthropic triatomines. We analyzed the occurrence and Trypanosoma cruzi infection rates of triatomine bugs in central Brazil, during 2012-2014. Methods: Triatomines were collected inside or around houses, and T. cruzi infection was determined by optical microscopy and conventional/quantitative polymerase chain reaction. Results: Of the 2706 triatomines collected, Triatoma sordida was the most frequent species in Goiás State, wh…

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