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  • Barnabé, C., Frédérique Brenière, S., Guégan, J., Blanchet, D., Aznar, C. (2018). Molecular characterization of Rhodnius robustus specimens, potential vectors for Chagas disease in French Guiana, South America. Infection. Genetics and Evolution 59: 28-31.
  • Bey, E., Paucara Condori, M.B., Gaget, O.Solano. P., Revollo, S., Saussine, C., Frédérique Brenière, S. (2018). Lower urinary tract dysfunction in chronic Chagas disease: clinical and urodynamic presentation. World J Urol, 1–8.
  • Chiriboga-Ponce, Rosa F. (2018). Frequency of Rh system phenotypes in voluntary blood donors. Acta bioquímica clínica latinoamericana 52(3), 331-337
  • Ferro, J.M., Cardozo, D.E., Suárez, P., Boeris, J.M., Blasco-Zúñiga, A., Barbero, G., Gomes, A., Gazoni, T., Costa, W., Nagamaschi, C., Rivera, M., Parise-Maltempi, P.P., Wiley, J.E., Pieczarka, J.C., Haddad, C., Faivovich, J., Baldo, D. (2018). Chromosome evolution in Cophomantini (Amphibia, Anura, Hylinae). PLoS ONE 13(2), e0192861.
  • Góngora, F.B., Chiriboga-Ponce, R.F. (2018). Frecuency of antigens and alloantibodies of Diego system in blood. Gaceta Médica de México 154(1), 16-21.
  • Howe, C.A., Casapulla, S., Shubrook, J.H., Lopez, P., Grijalva, M.J., Berryman, D.E. (2018). Regional Variations in Physical Fitness and Activity in Healthy and Overweight Ecuadorian Adolescents. Children 5(8), 104.
  • Lydy, S.L., Lascano, M.S., Garcia-Perez, J.E., Williams-Newkirk, A.J., & Grijalva, M.J. (2018). Seroprevalence and risk factors for infection with Bartonella bacilliformis in Loja province, Ecuador. Emerging microbes & infections 7(1), 115. doi:10.1038/s41426-018-0110-5
  • Marco-Crespo, B., Casapulla, S., Nieto-Sanchez, C., Urrego, J.G.G., Grijalva, M.J. (2018). Youth participatory research and evaluation to inform a Chagas disease prevention program in Ecuador. Evaluation and Program Planning 69, 99-108.
  • Marín, F., Navarrete, H. and Narvaez-Trujillo, A. (2018). Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon Degradation by Endophytic Fungi from the Ecuadorian Amazon. Advances in Microbiology 8, 1029-1053.
  • Moncayo, A.L., Lovato, R., Cooper, P.J. (2018). Soil-transmitted helminth infections and nutritional status in Ecuador: findings from a national survey and implications for control strategies. BMJ Open 8, e021319. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-021319
  • Morejón, B., Pilaquinga, F., Domenech, F., Ganchala, D., Debut, A., Neira, M. (2018). Larvicidal Activity of Silver Nanoparticles Synthesized Using Extracts of Ambrosia arborescens (Asteraceae) to Control Aedes aegypti L. (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Nanotechnology, 8.
  • Nuñez-Torres D, Chiriboga-Ponce R. (2018). Detection of alloimmunization in patients with chronic renal failure and hemodialysis therapy. Rev Latinoamer Patol Clin. 65 (3), 145-149.
  • Ocaña-Mayorga, S., Lobos, S. E., Crespo-Pérez, V., Villacís, A. G., Pinto, C. M., & Grijalva, M. J. (2018). Influence of ecological factors on the presence of a triatomine species associated with the arboreal habitat of a host of Trypanosoma cruzi. Parasites & vectors 11(1), 567. doi:10.1186/s13071-018-3138-4
  • Oduro, B., Grijalva, M.J., Just, W. (2018). Models of Disease Vector Control: When Can Aggressive Initial Intervention Lower Long-Term Cost?  Bull Math Biol 80, 788.
  • Parra Jaramillo, K., Chiriboga-Ponce, R.F. (2018). Frequency of subgroups of the antigen “a” among volunteer donors. Gaceta Médica de México 154(1), 22-25.
  • Patterson, N.M., Bates, B.R., Chadwick, A.E., Nieto-Sanchez, C., Grijalva, M.J. (2018). Using the health belief model to identify communication opportunities to prevent Chagas disease in Southern Ecuador. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 12(9), e0006841.
  • Santillán-Guayasamín, S., Villacís, A. G., Grijalva, M. J., & Dujardin, J. P. (2018). Triatominae: does the shape change of non-viable eggs compromise species recognition?. Parasites & vectors 11(1), 543. doi:10.1186/s13071-018-3104-1
  • Sharon, L., Casapulla, Aidoo-Frimpong, G., Basta, T.B., Grijalva, M.J. (2018). Zika virus knowledge and attitudes in Ecuador. AIMS Public Health 5(1), 49-63. doi: 10.3934/publichealth.2018.1.49