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Cattle were infected by s/c or i/v inoculation of 107 tissue culture lymphoblasts containing macro-schizonts of Th. parva. The infection produced went through the complete life cycle. Inoculation of 109 infected cells produced fatal disease in two cattle. Most cattle receiving 105-109 cells had...

Author(s)
Cunningham, M. P.; Brown, C. G. D.; Purnell, R. E.; Radley, D. E.; Burridge, M. J.; Musoke, A. J.; Sempebwa, C.
Publisher
Washington,
Citation
Proceedings 2nd int. Conger. Parasit., 1970, 4, pp 61
Abstract

Cattle were infected by s/c or i/v inoculation of 107 tissue culture lymphoblasts containing macro-schizonts of Th. parva. The infection produced went through the complete life cycle. Inoculation of 109 infected cells produced fatal disease in two cattle. Most cattle receiving 105-109 cells had...

Author(s)
Cunningham, M. P.; Brown, C. G. D.; Purnell, R. E.; Musoke, A. J.; Burridge, M. J.
Publisher
Washington,
Citation
Proceedings 2nd int. Conger. Parasit., 1970, 4, pp 60
Abstract

Captive genets were offered the ears of steers which had died from East Coast fever and on which nymphal Rhipicephalus appendiculatus were feeding. The genets fed on the ears and the ticks re-attached to the genets and completed their engorgement. After moulting, the resultant adult ticks were...

Author(s)
Purnell, R. E.; Peirce, M. A.; Musoke, A.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1970, 2, pp 87-89
Abstract

Nymphal Rhipicephalus appendiculatus ticks, feeding in an isolated rabbit's head, became infected with Theileria parva when the head preparation was perfused with infected bovine blood. Resultant adult ticks subsequently transmitted fatal East Coast fever to a susceptible steer.

Author(s)
Irvin, A. D.; Purnell, R. E.; Peirce, M. A.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1970, 11, pp 493-495
Abstract

Two blue wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and two from Kenya were splenectomised. Of the two from Tanzania, one that had previously had detectable intra-erythrocytic piroplasms of Theileria gorgonis showed an increase in parasitaemia (percentage of...

Author(s)
Purnell, R. E.; Schiemann, B.; Brown, C. G. D.; Irvin, A. D.; Ledger, M. A.; Payne, R. C.; Radley, D. E.; Young, A. S.
Publisher
Deutsche Tropenmedizinische Gesellschaft, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie, 1973, 24, 2, pp 181-185

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