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Background: Most malaria vector control programmes rely on indoor residual spraying of insecticides and insecticide-treated bed nets. This is effective against vector species that feed indoors at night and rest inside the house afterwards. In Central America, malaria vectors have different...

Author(s)
Dreyer, S. M.; Leiva, D.; Magaña, M.; Pott, M.; Kay, J.; Cruz, A.; Achee, N. L.; Grieco, J. P.; Vaughan, J. A.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Malaria Journal, 2019, 18, 296, pp (29 August 2019)
Abstract

An epidemiological investigation for tick-borne diseases and the vectors was conducted by cloth flag, capturing surface ticks of livestock body, and molecular biology in 41 counties within Wuwei city, Gansu, China, to understand tick species and tick-borne diseases and establish animal disease...

Author(s)
Sun Ming; Wang ShuFang; Wang DuoQuan; Yang YongBiao; Ma Chao
Publisher
Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Health and Epidemiology Center of China, QuidDoa, China
Citation
China Animal Health Inspection, 2016, 33, 2, pp 23-25
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Several prominent and economically important diseases of livestock in East Africa are caused by multi-host pathogens that also infect wildlife species, but management strategies are generally livestock focused and models of these diseases tend to ignore the role of wildlife. We investigate the...

Author(s)
Walker, J. G.; Klein, E. Y.; Levin, S. A.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2014, 199, 3/4, pp 206-214
Abstract

Anaplasma marginale and Anaplasma phagocytophilum are the most important tick-borne bacteria of veterinary and public health significance in the family Anaplasmataceae. The objective of current review is to provide knowledge on ecology and epidemiology of A. phagocytophilum and compare major...

Author(s)
Atif, F. A.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2015, 114, 11, pp 3941-3957
Abstract

This review is one of a series produced as part of the Kenya Agricultural Research Database Project (KARD). The computerized database contains around 40 000 records relating to agricultural research in Kenya since the end of the last century. This volume reviews some of the literature (referred to...

Author(s)
Wamwayi, H. M.
Publisher
Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
Review of Kenyan Agricultural Research: Vol. 39 Animal Pests., 1996, pp viii + 24 pp.
Abstract

The control of tropical bovine theileriosis caused by Theileria annulata by one or more of the following methods is briefly discussed: management, with particular emphasis on movement control; vector control by application of acaricides, preventing transmission of disease; treatment of clinical...

Author(s)
Brown, C. G. D.
Citation
Parassitologia (Roma), 1990, 32, 1, pp 23-31
Abstract

Control of anaplasmosis, babesiosis and theileriosis are described and discussed with reference to chemotherapy and chemoprophylaxis, elimination of the carrier state, vector control and vaccination. Future methods of tick-fever control are also discussed.

Author(s)
Pipano, E.; Frank, M.; Shkap, V.
Citation
Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1991, 46, 3, pp 79-88
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Nogueira, F. R. C.; Massard, C. L.; Barreira, J. D.
Citation
Circular Técnica - Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, 1991, 12, pp 5-14
Abstract

Restriction of cattle movements, vector control, treatment and immunization are identified as the main control methods against East Coast fever (ECF), due to Theileria parva. The effectiveness of these methods is very much influenced by cultural practices, economic and political pressures and...

Author(s)
Musisi, F. L.
Citation
Parassitologia (Roma), 1990, 32, 1, pp 15-22
Abstract

In 1986-1987, the prevalence and control of Theileria cervi infection in cattle was studied in some parts of Hebei, China. Some epidemiological characteristics of the infection were observed: there were marked regional and seasonal variations (prevalence was greater in mountainous regions and in...

Author(s)
Lu, Y. S.; Tang, F. L.; Zhao, X. L.; Zheng, B. Q.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1990, 16, 1, pp 18-19

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