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Type: Artigo
Title: Molecular cytotaxonomy of the Triatoma brasiliensis species subcomplex (Hemiptera, Triatominae)
Author: Chaboli Alevi, Kaio Cesar
Bittinelli, Isadora de Freitas
Grzyb Delgado, Luiza Maria
Madeira, Fernanda Fernandez
de Oliveira, Jader; Lilioso, Mauricio
Folly-Ramos, Elaine
da Rosa, Joao Aristeu
Vilela Azeredo-Oliveira, Maria Tercilia
Abstract: The Triatoma genus is paraphyletic, and its species are grouped into complexes and subcomplexes. Given the fact that species that make up a given subcomplex generally share chromosomal traits, we analyzed the distribution of AT- and CG-rich DNA of the T. brasiliensis species subcomplex, in order to establish affinities among members of the T. brasiliensis subcomplex based on chromatin and chromosome traits and develop an identification key for the four monophyletic Triatoma subcomplexes from South America. All species exhibited a CG-rich X sex chromosome and autosomes, as well as an AT-rich Y sex chromosome. This feature can be used as a diagnostic characteristic to determine whether a given species is a member of the T. brasiliensis subcomplex, because it enables the differentiation of these species from all Triatoma of South America. Thus, we confirmed the chromosomal relationship of the T. brasiliensis species subcomplex and developed a dichotomous key based on the chromocenter to differentiate the species from this subcomplex from the other monophyletic Triatoma subcomplexes from South America
Subject: Doença de Chagas
Triatoma
Country: Países Baixos
Editor: Elsevier
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.actatropica.2019.105225
Address: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0001706X1931126X
Date Issue: 2020
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