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Mechanism of Congenital Chagas Disease: Effective Infection Depends on the Interplay Between Trypanosoma cruzi and the Different Tissue Compartments in the Chorionic Villi of the Human Placenta

By Juan Duaso, Christian Castillo and Ulrike Kemmerling

Submitted: April 13th 2011Reviewed: August 17th 2011Published: March 7th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/32799

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Juan Duaso, Christian Castillo and Ulrike Kemmerling (March 7th 2012). Mechanism of Congenital Chagas Disease: Effective Infection Depends on the Interplay Between Trypanosoma cruzi and the Different Tissue Compartments in the Chorionic Villi of the Human Placenta, Recent Advances in Research on the Human Placenta, Jing Zheng, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/32799. Available from:

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