Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Belize, Central America, and identity of the causative parasite
(Oxford University Press, 1984)
Isolation of Leishmania from monkeys in the Amazon Region of Brazil
(Oxford University Press, 1988)
Monoclonal antibodies for the identification of New World Leishmania
(Oxford University Press, 1991)
The American leishmaniases: some observations on their ecology and epidemiology
(Oxford University Press, 1983)
As the first species of Leishmania encountered were the agents of human visceral and cutaneous leishmaniasis, it is understandable that studies on these parasites for a long time concentrated on those organisms commonly ...
Leishmaniasis in Brazil XXIII: the identification of Leishmania braziliensis braziliensis in wild-caught neotropical sandflies using monoclonal antibodies
(Oxford University Press, 1987)
Using the indirect immunofluorescence test natural flagellate infections of wild-caught sandflies, from the Serra dos Carajás region of Pará State, Brazil, were identified by sequentially staining smears made from the ...
A rapid and sensitive method for the identification of Leishmania with monoclonal antibodies using fluorescein-labelled avidin
(Oxford University Press, 1989)
Leishmaniasis in Brazil VII: further observations on the feeding habitats of lutzomyia flaviscutellata (Mangabeira) with particular reference to its biting habitas at different heights
(Oxford University Press, 1972)
Lu. fiaviscutellata is limited in its vertical distribution to a narrow zone just above the forest floor. The very high incidence of L. mexicana amazonensis in ground loving rodents ofthe genera Oryzomys and Proechimys, ...
Leishmanias of neotropical porcupines: Leishmania hertigi deanei nov. subsp
A leishmanial parasite was isolated from 11 of 18 porcupines from the general area of Ponta de Pedras, Island of Marajó, Pará State, north Brazil. Two of the infected animaIs were identified as Coendou prehensilis (Linnaeus), ...
Natural Leishmania (Viannia) spp. infections in phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera : Psychodidae) from the Brazilian Amazon region reveal new putative transmission cycles of American cutaneous leishmaniasis
(EDP Sciences, 2016)
In Amazonian Brazil the etiological agents of American cutaneous leishmaniasis (ACL) belong to at least seven Leishmania species but little is known about the putative phlebotomine sand fly vectors in different biomes. In ...
Effectiveness of an immunohistochemical protocol for Leishmania detection in different clinical forms of American tegumentary leishmaniasis
American tegumentary leishmaniasis (ATL) is a neglected disease widely distributed in Latin America. In Brazil, it is caused by different Leishmania species belonging to the Subgenera Viannia and Leishmania. ATL diagnosis ...