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Abstract

In these studies the author undertook to ascertain the possible rôle in the transmission of surra of all the common flies found on horses and other susceptible animals in thé Philippine Islands.
(1) The Relation of Tabanus stria tus to Surra Dissemination.
An interesting account of the literature...

Author(s)
MITZMAIN, M. B.
Publisher
Government Printing Office, Washington DC, USA
Citation
Bulletin. Treasury Department. United States Public Health Service. Hygienic Laboratory, 1914, No. 94, pp 7-39
Abstract

The existence of the disease was first suspected in 1906, and the first case diagnosed by the discovery of the trypanosomes was in 1912.
Clinically the disease is much milder than that occurring in the Congo and Uganda. A brief description of the physical and meteorological conditions of the...

Author(s)
MACFIE, J. W. Scott; GALLAGHER, G. H.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1914, 8, 3, pp 379-438 pp.
Abstract

Examinations of Various Animals. " The routine blood examinations of the animals brought to the slaughter-houses was discontinued in 1916, owing to the reduction of the Stan' occasioned by the continuation of the war. No returns have therefore been made of the parasitic infections occurring in the...

Author(s)
Scott MACFIE, J. W.
Publisher
J. & A. Churchill, London, UK
Citation
Report of the Accra Laboratory for the Year 1916., 1916, pp 115 pp.
Abstract

The following are results published by the Commission appointed for investigating human and animal tropical diseases in Russian Turkestan, sent by the George Speyer Institute, Frankfort-On-Main, the Imperial Institute of Experimental Medicine of Petrograd, and the Veterinary Department of the...

Author(s)
YAKIMOFF, W. L. ; SCHOKHOR, N. J. ; KOSELKINE, P. M. ; PAROÏSKY, P. S.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1917, 10, 4, pp 302-311 pp.
Abstract

The work covered by this report is described under four main headings: -rinderpest research by R. L. CORNELL and S. A. EVANS; research on trypanosomiasis by H. E. HORNBY; treatment of goat scab and attempts to transmit trypanosomiasis by flies other than tsetse, by W. H. W. BAIRD and some problems...

Author(s)
HORNBY, H. E.
Publisher
Dar Es Salaam : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Ann. Rep. Direct. Vet. Sci. and Anim. Husb., 1930, part III, pp 17-54 pp.
Abstract

Anti-rinderpest serum, prepared by intramuscular hyperimmunisation, was found to be of superior potency to that prepared by intrarumenal injection; the author considers that further tests on a larger scale are necessary to confirm these results.
The injection of trypan blue into virus producers did ...

Author(s)
HALL, G. Norman.
Publisher
Lagos, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
5th Am, Rep. of the Vet. Lab. Vom. N. Prov. Nigeria, for the year ending 31st Dec. 1929. Ann. Rep. Vet. Dept. N. Prov. Nigeria., 1930, pp 53-68
Abstract

The staff of the Department consisted of 2 administrative officers, 3 research officers, 3 laboratory assistants, 12 veterinary officers, 10 stockmen, one mechanic, 129 African departmental staff and 138 native administrations' veterinary staff. One research officer is seconded to the Medical...

Author(s)
HENDERSON, W. W.
Publisher
Lagos: Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year 1932., 1933, pp 21 pp.
Abstract

The numbers of stock have not deviated materially from previous years and there have been no serious outbreaks of disease, although losses of poultry in some cases were very high.
Amongst diseases still present are RINDERPEST, BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA, and TRYPANOSOMIASIS (for which close ...

Publisher
Lagos: Federal Government Printer.,
Citation
Annual Reporton the Veterinary Department for the year 1952-53., 1954, pp 28 pp.
Abstract

Work on (a) Human trypanosomiasis included investigation of factors governing the infection of G. palpalis with T. gambiense. Flies which fed immediately after emergence were more readily infected than if they fed when they were older. During an investigation of the behaviour of T. rhodesiense and ...

Author(s)
NASH, T. A. M.
Publisher
London: Harrison and Sons Ltd.,
Citation
West African Institute for Trypanosomiasis Research. Annual Report 1957., 1957, pp 59 pp.
Abstract

Infection rates in species of Glossina inhabiting southern Nigeria and the Southern Cameropns are presented, and the probable economic importance of each species is assessed. Trypanosome infection rates were highest in those species of tsetse which fed largely on Bovidae.
Human tripanosomiasis is...

Author(s)
Jordan, A. M.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1961, 52, pp 431-441

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