Identification and characterization of a novel population of murine colonic Sca-1+ cells and implications in Chagas disease.

McPhillips, Megan.


  • Abstract: Chagas disease, a chronic degenerative condition caused by the protozoan parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, infects an estimated 10 million people worldwide, mostly in Latin America where it is endemic. The disease has two phases, acute and chronic. Although acute infection is characterized by a high parasite burden in the blood and other tissues, parasitism is kept in check by innate and ... read more
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