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Abstract

Trypanosome-free eland, waterbuck, East African goats and cattle were exposed to tsetse flies infected with Trypanosoma congolense, T. brucei or T. vivax; buffalo and oryx were similarly exposed to T. congolense. The wild species exhibited more resistance to infection than the domestic controls (...

Author(s)
Grootenhuis, J. G.; Varma, Y.; Black, S.; Moloo, S. K.; Akol, G. W. O.; Emery, D. L.; Murray, M.
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 37-42
Abstract

An uninfected eland and waterbuck were fed on by Glossina morsitans morsitans infected with T. congolense and the course of infection was compared with that in goats and cattle. The size and severity of the skin reaction at the site of the bite were significantly less in the wild animals, as were...

Author(s)
Murray, M.; Grootenhuis, J. G.; Akol, G. W. O.; Emery, D. L.; Shapiro, S. Z.; Moloo, S. K.; Dar, F.; Bovell, D. L.; Paris, J.
Publisher
International Development Research Centre., Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Wildlife disease research and economic development. (Procs. Workshop, Kabete, Kenya, 8-9 Sept. 1980)., 1981, pp 40-45
Abstract

Four African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) and 4 Boran cattle (Bos indicus) were each exposed to the bites of 10 G. morsitans centralis infected with T. congolense (IL 1180). Although both groups of animals became infected, the buffalo showed no clinical signs of trypanosomiasis while the cattle...

Author(s)
Grootenhuis, J. G.; Dwinger, R. H.; Dolan, R. B.; Moloo, S. K.; Murray, M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 35, 3, pp 219-231
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 cycle of transmission of Trypanosoma rhodesiense (Etat 1/10 clone) by Glossina morsitans morsitans from a bushbuck (Tragelaphus scriptus), experimentally infected with 1 × 103 trypanosomes to a Boran steer and a goat and, by tsetse from the infected domestic ruminants back to a bushbuck was...

Author(s)
Moloo, S. K.; Grootenhuis, J. G.; Jenni, L.; Brun, R.; Meirvenne, N. V.; Murray, M.
Citation
Acta Tropica, 1995, 59, 3, pp 255-258

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