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Volume 14, Number 6—June 2008

Letter

Chagas Disease in Ancient Hunter-Gatherer Population, Brazil

Valdirene S. Lima*, Alena M. Iniguez*, Koko Otsuki*, Luiz Fernando Ferreira*, Adauto Araújo, Ana Carolina P. Vicente*Comments to Author , and Ana Maria Jansen*
Author affiliations: *Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;

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Trypanosoma cruzi miniexon gene typing assay. Lanes 1 and 2, T. cruzi II (300 bp) and T. cruzi I (350 bp) markers, respectively; lane 3, T. cruzi I cloned fragment recovered from Brazilian mummy; lane 4, 100-bp ladder.

FigureTrypanosoma cruzi miniexon gene typing assay. Lanes 1 and 2, T. cruzi II (300 bp) and T. cruzi I (350 bp) markers, respectively; lane 3, T. cruzi I cloned fragment recovered from Brazilian mummy; lane 4, 100-bp ladder.

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