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Several protozoal parasites in the Amazon region of Brazil cause chronic infections in humans and their immunologic reactivity can be greatly affected, especially during the chronic phase of the disease. The high prevalence of Trypanosoma cruzi infection, principally in rural populations, is an example of this. Studies of the immunologic reactivity of these patients revealed several disturbances, such as low levels of IgM, increased levels of IgA and decreased T cell numbers in the peripheral blood, that are not usually observed in humans infected with other etiologic agents. These results suggest that there are immunologic alterations resulting from T. cruzi infection in humans. These alterations include increased nonspecific suppression and decreased lymphokine production by T cells. The increase in the proportion of suppressor cells in normal human blood following infection with T. cruzi was confirmed in experiments that involved cell separation techniques. These suppressor cells were shown to be CD3+ cells with the phenotypic characteristics of T cells and they were also shown to suppress the response of normal human lymphocytes to phytohemagglutinin (PHA). This could be because of their ability to suppress the normal proliferation of T cells or their inhibition of the function of T cells. A striking feature was that in all cases, a cell with the phenotype and functions of a T suppressor cell was the predominant population of peripheral blood cells during chronic T. cruzi infection. When separated from other cells, these T suppressor cells were effective at suppressing the response of PHA-stimulated T cells