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    • Host-parasite interaction: Changes in human placental gene expression induced by Trypanosoma cruzi 

      Castillo, Christian; Carrillo, Ileana; Libisch, Gabriela; Juiz, Natalia; Gabriel Schijman, Alejandro; Robello, Carlos; Kemmerling Weis, Ulrike (BioMed Central Ltd., 2018)
      © 2018 The Author(s). Background: Chagas disease is caused by Trypanosoma cruzi, a parasite endemic to Latin America. Most infections occur in children by vector or congenital transmission. Trypanosoma cruzi establishes a ...
    • Presence of Trypanosoma cruzi in pregnant women and typing of lineages in congenital cases 

      Ortíz, Sylvia; Zulantay Alfaro, Inés; Solari Illescas, Aldo; Bisio, Margarita; Schijman, Alejandro; Carlier, Yves; Apt Baruch, Werner (2012)
      The objective of this study was to determine the presence of Trypanosoma cruzi in blood samples of mothers with chronic Chagas disease and their newborn by conventional PCR targeted to minicircle kinetoplastidic DNA (kDNA), ...
    • The C-terminal region of Trypanosoma cruzi MASPs is antigenic and secreted via exovesicles 

      Miguel De Pablos, Luis; Diaz Lozano, Isabel María; Jercic, María Isabel; Quinzada, Markela; Giménez, María José; Calabuig, Eva; Espino, Ana Margarita; Gabriel Schijman, Alejandro; Zulantay Alfaro, Inés; Apt Baruch, Werner; Osuna, Antonio (Nature Publishing Group, 2016)
      Trypanosoma cruzi is the etiological agent of Chagas disease, a neglected and emerging tropical disease, endemic to South America and present in non-endemic regions due to human migration. The MASP multigene family is ...