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    • Phylogeny and biogeography of Muusoctopus (Cephalopoda: Enteroctopodidae) 

      Ibáñez, Christian M.; Pardo Gandarillas, María Cecilia; Peña, Fabiola; Gleadall, Ian G.; Poulin, Elie; Sellanes, Javier (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)
      Deep-sea octopuses of the genus Muusoctopus are thought to have originated in the Pacific Northern Hemisphere and then diversified throughout the Pacific and into the rest of the World Ocean. However, this hypothesis was ...
    • Temporal variation in Trypanosoma cruzi lineages from the native rodent Octodon degus in semiarid Chile 

      Botto Mahan, Carezza; Rojo, Gemma; Sandoval Rodríguez, Alejandra; Peña, Fabiola; Ortiz, Sylvia; Solari Illescas, Aldo (Elsevier, 2015)
      Chagas disease is a zoonosis caused by the protozoan parasite Trypanosome cruzi and transmitted by triatomine insects to several mammalian species acting as reservoir hosts. In the present study, we assess T. cruzi-prevalence ...