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African buffalo (Synceros caffer) and trypanotolerant N'Dama cattle were compared for their resistance to Trypanosoma congolense (3 buffaloes and 3 cattle) and T. vivax (2 buffaloes which had been used in the first experiment 12 months earlier and 2 naive ones, and 4 naive cattle). All animals were ...

Author(s)
Olubayo, R. O.; Moloo, S. K.; Naessens, J.
Citation
Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 1996, 44, 1, pp 23-32
Abstract

Eight trypanotolerant N'Dama cattle controlled an infection of T. congolense ILNat 3.1 transmitted by Glossina morsitans centralis more efficiently than a group of similarly infected trypanosusceptible Boran cattle. All 8 N'Dama maintained their PCV above 15% throughout the primary infection...

Author(s)
Paling, R. W.; Moloo, S. K.; Scott, J. R.; McOdimba, F. A.; Logan-Henfrey, L. L.; Murray, M.; Williams, D. J. L.
Citation
Parasite Immunology, 1991, 13, 4, pp 413-425
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Author(s)
Williams, D. J. L.; Naessens, J.; Moloo, S. K.; Scott, J. R.
Citation
Publication - International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control, 1991, No.115, pp 152-161
Abstract

Syncerus caffer reared in a Trypanosoma-free area were highly resistant to infection with 3 different isolates of T. vivax (2 from East Africa; one from West Africa), irrespective of whether infection was by G. morsitans centralis-transmitted metacyclic forms or by intradermal or intravenous...

Author(s)
Dwinger, R. H.; Grootenhuis, J. G.; Murray, M.; Moloo, S. K.; Gettinby, G.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1986, 41, 3, pp 307-315
Abstract

The residual chemoprophylactic action of Samorin (isometamidium chloride), injected into 18-month-old Boran cattle at 1 mg/kg body weight, was tested by exposing groups of 4 animals at monthly intervals for 5 months to 5 adults of Glossina morsitans centralis infected with Trypanosoma congolense IL ...

Author(s)
Holmes, P. H.; Whitelaw, D. D.; Bell, I.; Moloo, S. K.; Hirumi, H.; Murray, M.; Urquhart, G. M.
Publisher
Organization of African Unity/Scientific, Technical and Research Commission, Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control. Eighteenth Meeting, Harare (Zimbabwe), 1985., 1985, pp 213-218
Abstract

In trypanosome-infected cattle, dramatic structural changes occur in the lymphoid system. Initially, these are characterized by marked proliferation and germinal centre formation, whereas in long-standing infections the lymphoid organs become depleted. There is evidence that these changes are...

Author(s)
Murray, M.; Morrison, W. I.; Emery, D. L.; Akol, G. W. O.; Masake, R. A.; Moloo, S. K.
Publisher
International Atomic Energy Agency., Vienna, Austria
Citation
Isotope and radiation research on animal diseases and their vectors. (Proc. Internat. Symp. 7-11 May 1979, Vienna.)., 1980, pp 15-30
Abstract

After tsetse-transmitted infection with T. congolense, major differences in development of localized skin reactions, ability to control parasitaemia, degree of anaemia and antibody response to trypanosomes were found between the reputedly trypanotolerant breeds of cattle (N'Dama, N'Dama/Baoule...

Author(s)
Akol, G. W. O.; Authie, E.; Pinder, M.; Moloo, S. K.; Roelants, G. E.; Murray, M.
Citation
Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, 1986, 11, 4, pp 361-373

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