Epidemiological and genetic studies suggest a common Leishmania infantum transmission cycle in wildlife, dogs and humans associated to vector abundance in Southeast Spain

J Risueño, Ortuño, María, P. Pérez-Cutillas, E. Goyena, C Maia, S Cortes, L Campino, L. J. Bernal, Muñoz, Clara, I. Arcenillas, F. J. Martínez-Rondán, M. Gonzálvez, F. Collantes, Ortíz, Juana M., C. Martínez-Carrasco, E. Berriatua

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