Trypanosomatidae


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Trypanosomatidae

[trə‚pan·ə·sō′mad·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of Protozoa, order Kinetoplastida, containing flagellated parasites which exhibit polymorphism during their life cycle.
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Leishmaniasis is a vector borne disease caused by an intramacrophage protozoa, Leishmania (Order: Kinetoplastidae, Family: Trypanosomatidae, Genus: Leishmania), that is generally transmitted by sandflies, either Phlebotomus (Old world) or Lutzomyia (New World).
Su agente etiologico es un protozoario perteneciente al orden Kinetoplastida, familia Trypanosomatidae, genero Leishmania, el cual es capaz de desarrollar diferentes tipos de presentaciones clinicas: cutanea, mucocutanea y visceral (3, 7, 11)
Lepesheva and her team have focussed their research on trypanosomatidae family of parasites.
Leishmania are flagellated protozoa belonging to the family Trypanosomatidae.
Leishmania (Order: Kinetoplastidae, Family: Trypanosomatidae, Genus: Leishmania) is generally transmitted by sandflies, either Phlebotomus (Old world) or Lutzomyia