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Anuran trypanosomes: phylogenetic evidence for new clades in Brazil (2015)

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  • DOI: 10.1007/s11230-015-9558-z
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      FERREIRA, Juliana Isabel Giuli da Silva; COSTA, Andrea Pereira da; RAMIREZ, Diego Garcia; et al. Anuran trypanosomes: phylogenetic evidence for new clades in Brazil. Systematic Parasitology, Dordrecht, Springer, v. 91, n. 1, p. 63-70, 2015. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s11230-015-9558-z.
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      Ferreira, J. I. G. da S., Costa, A. P. da, Ramirez, D. G., Roldan, J. A. M., Saraiva, D., Founier, G. F. da S. R., et al. (2015). Anuran trypanosomes: phylogenetic evidence for new clades in Brazil. Systematic Parasitology, 91( 1), 63-70. doi:10.1007/s11230-015-9558-z
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      Ferreira JIG da S, Costa AP da, Ramirez DG, Roldan JAM, Saraiva D, Founier GF da SR, Sue A, Zambelli ER, Minervino AHH, Verdade VK, Gennari SM, Marcili A. Anuran trypanosomes: phylogenetic evidence for new clades in Brazil [Internet]. Systematic Parasitology. 2015 ; 91( 1): 63-70.Available from:
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      Ferreira JIG da S, Costa AP da, Ramirez DG, Roldan JAM, Saraiva D, Founier GF da SR, Sue A, Zambelli ER, Minervino AHH, Verdade VK, Gennari SM, Marcili A. Anuran trypanosomes: phylogenetic evidence for new clades in Brazil [Internet]. Systematic Parasitology. 2015 ; 91( 1): 63-70.Available from:

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