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RICHARDSON (Uganda) emphasizes the difficulties of dealing with trypanosomiasis partly owing to lack of knowledge and in part on account of shortage of staff for field work. No accurate figure can be given for the annual losses among cattle, but it is probably not less than 10, 000 head.
Three...

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Farmers' Journal, 1923, 5, 19, pp 24-30 pp.
Abstract

RICHARDSON (Uganda) emphasizes the difficulties of dealing with trypanosomiasis partly owing to lack of knowledge and in part on account of shortage of staff for field work. No accurate figure can be given for the annual losses among cattle, but it is probably not less than 10, 000 head.
Three...

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Farmers' Journal, 1923, 9, 20, pp 28-29
Abstract

RICHARDSON (Uganda) emphasizes the difficulties of dealing with trypanosomiasis partly owing to lack of knowledge and in part on account of shortage of staff for field work. No accurate figure can be given for the annual losses among cattle, but it is probably not less than 10, 000 head.
Three...

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Farmers' Journal, 1923, 5, 21, pp 9
Abstract

The plasma and circulating red-cell volumes of Ndama cattle and zebu infected with T. congolense or T. brucei were measured simultaneously using, respectively, 125I-labelled albumin and 51Cr-labelled red cells. Plasma volume was also estimated. The plasma volume of trypanosome-infected cattle was...

Author(s)
Dargie, J. D.
Publisher
International Development Research Centre., Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Pathogenicity of trypanosomes. Proceedings of a workshop held at Nairobi, Kenya, 20-23 November 1978, 1978, pp 140-144
Abstract

Methods for assessing trypanotolerance in potential breeding stock are discussed: experimental infection over a 10-week period is the preferred method if the animals have had no previous infection. The criterion for selection is based on weekly measurement of PCV, and the ways in which PCV values...

Author(s)
Fimmen, H. O.; Karbe, E.; Djabakou, K.; Grell, H.
Publisher
Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), Eschborn, GFR,
Citation
Trypanotolerance and animal production. Proceedings of the Workshop 10-14 May 1982, Lome et Avetonou, Togo. (Schriftenreihe der GTZ No.116)., 1982, pp 198-203
Abstract

Trypanosomiasis is possibly the most important protozoan disease of animals in the tropics, and nuclear techniques have made a major contribution to the understanding of its pathogenesis and immunology. The manner in which these techniques has been applied to the study of trypanosomiasis is...

Author(s)
Holmes, P. H.
Publisher
International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria
Citation
Nuclear techniques in tropical animal diseases and nutritional disorders. Proceedings of a consultants' meeting of the joint FAO/IAEA division of isotope and radiation application of atomic energy for food and agricultural development, Vienna, 13-16 June, 1983., 1984, pp 135-148
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Boquentin, R.; Duvallet, G.; Baltz, T.
Citation
Publication - International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control, 1991, No.115, pp 142-148
Abstract

The sensitivity and specificity of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was compared with the haematocrit centrifugation technique (HCT) and the mini-anion-exchange centrifugation technique (m-AECT) for the diagnosis of trypanosome infections in livestock. In a cross-sectional study, 486 cattle from ...

Author(s)
Clausen, P. H.; Wiemann, A.; Patzelt, R.; Kakaire, D.; Poetzsch, C.; Peregrine, A.; Mehlitz, D.
Citation
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1998, 849, pp 21-31
Abstract

Finding appropriate ways of dealing with the problem of tsetse and trypanosomosis will be an important component of efforts to alleviate poverty in Africa. This article reviews the history of economic analyses of the problem, starting with the use of cost to guide choice of technique for tsetse...

Author(s)
Shaw, A. P. M.
Publisher
Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute, Onderstepoort, South Africa
Citation
Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 2009, 76, 1, pp 27-32
Abstract

This study builds upon earlier work mapping the potential benefits from bovine trypanosomosis control and analysing the costs of different approaches. Updated costs were derived for five intervention techniques: trypanocides, targets, insecticide-treated cattle, aerial spraying and the release of...

Author(s)
Shaw, A. P. M.; Wint, G. R. W.; Cecchi, G.; Torr, S. J.; Mattioli, R. C.; Robinson, T. P.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 122, 4, pp 406-416

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