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Volume 10, Number 3—March 2004

Research

Genomic Changes of Chagas Disease Vector, South America

Francisco Panzera*Comments to Author , Jean Pierre Dujardin†, Paula Nicolini*, María Noel Caraccio*, Virginia Rose*, Tatiana Tellez‡, Hernán Bermúdez‡, María Dolores Bargues§, Santiago Mas-Coma§, José Enrique O’Connor§, and Ruben Pérez*
Author affiliations: *Universidad Mayor de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay; †Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Montpellier, France; ‡Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Cochabamba, Bolivia; §Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain

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Figure 1

Location of the collection sites of individual Triatoma infestans analyzed in this study. Dotted lines indicate T. infestans distribution during the 1980s. Full circles indicate Andean samples. Open squares indicate non-Andean samples. (See number identification of each population in Tables 1–3.)

Figure 1. Location of the collection sites of individual Triatoma infestans analyzed in this study. Dotted lines indicate T. infestans distribution during the 1980s. Full circles indicate Andean samples. Open squares indicate non-Andean samples. (See number identification of each population in Tables 13.)

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