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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 ...

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

A black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) was translocated from a tsetse-free to a tsetse-infested area in Kenya and was monitored for two months following translocation. The animal acquired Trypanosoma vivax infection from natural tsetse challenge, but survived without requiring treatment. The...

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Mihok, S.; Olubayo, R. O.; Moloo, S. K.
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Revue Scientifique et Technique - Office International des Épizooties, 1992, 11, 4, pp 1169-1173
Abstract

Glossina morsitans centralis were fed on the flanks of African buffalo, N'Dama or Boran cattle from Kenya, experimentally infected with T. vivax IL 2337. The infected tsetse were maintained on goats and on day 25 after the infected feed, the surviving tsetse were dissected to determine the...

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Moloo, S. K.; Gettinby, G.; Olubayo, R. O.; Kabata, J. M.; Okumu, I. O.
Citation
Parasitology, 1993, 106, 3, pp 277-282
Abstract

Teneral G. morsitans centralis were fed on the flanks of the African buffalo (Synceros caffer), N'Dama (Bos taurus) or Boran (B. indicus) cattle infected with T. congolense. The infected tsetse were maintained on rabbits and on day 30 after the infected feed, the surviving tsetse were dissected to...

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Moloo, S. K.; Olubayo, R. O.; Kabata, J. M.; Okumu, I. O.
Citation
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 1992, 6, 3, pp 225-230

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