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Sauroleishmania) clade first arose in the New World and then migrated to the Old World, before becoming extinct in the New World. The first hypothesis is preferred as, in addition to its being more parsimonious, there is some evidence to suggest that the L. (SauroIeishmania) clade is evolving faster (see text). The dashed line shows the 20°C isotherm for July in the northern hemisphere. Sandflies require approximately 50 consecutive days with a temperature above 20°C in order to breed and the 20°C isotherm at approximately 45°N marks the northern limit of sandfly distribution.
1974), the buoyant density values for a wide range of Leishmania species were included. These data allowed the identification of subsequently isolated strains but, since this method requires large numbers of parasites ( 109) and an expensive analytical centrifuge, it never came into widespread use. Nevertheless, DNA buoyant density is still the only measure of a whole genome character that has been applied to Leishmania parasites and provides valuable data for the investigation of the evolution of the genus Leishmania.
In contrast, human contact with T. cruzi and T. , 1985). A high proportion of the mummified bodies from these pre-Colombian settlements show clinical signs consistent with a diagnosis of chronic Chagas disease and T. , 1997). Interestingly, there is good clinical evidence to suggest that human infection with T. cruzi in Chile now produces a relatively benign disease compared with the virulent infections seen in Argentina and Brazil, where the human disease has been known only since the latter half of the 19th century.