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Susceptibility of African buffalo [Synceros caffer], eland [Tragelaphus oryx], waterbuck [Kobus ellipsiprymnus], N'Dama and Boran cattle to sequential Glossina morsitans centralis-transmitted infections of Trypanosoma congolense, T. brucei brucei [T. brucei] and T. vivax was compared, and their...

Author(s)
Moloo, S. K.; Orinda, G. O.; Sabwa, C. L.; Minja, S. H.; Masake, R. A.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1999, 80, 3, pp 197-213
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...

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Grootenhuis, J. G.; Dwinger, R. H.; Dolan, R. B.; Moloo, S. K.; Murray, M.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 35, 3, pp 219-231
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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.
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Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 1996, 44, 1, pp 23-32
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...

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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

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
Abstract

Glossina pallidipes Aust., G. fuscipes fuscipes Newst. and G. brevipalpis Newst. in Stages I and II of hunger were caught from Bukunya and Buyundo villages in south-eastern Uganda during the period December 1969 to February 1971, and the origins of their blood meals identified. G. pallidipes fed...

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Moloo, S. K.; Kutuza, S. B.; Boreham, P. F. L.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1980, 74, 2, pp 219-237

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