Cardiomyopathy caused by Trypanosoma cruzi and other infectious agents found in two free-ranging coatis (Nasua narica) from Costa Rica

Andrea Urbina Villalobos, Juan Alberto Morales-Acuña, Jorge Rojas-Jiménez, Milena Argüello-Sáenz, Silvia Acevedo-González White-nose coatis (Nasua narica) is a procyonid widely distributed in semi-urban and protected areas from Costa Rica. It is considered the most abundant small carnivore in some areas of the country. This mammal has been reported as host…

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