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Identification of the bloodmeal sources of phlebotomine sand flies is fundamental to determining which species are anthropophilic and understanding the transmission of Leishmania parasites in natural epidemiological settings. The objective of this study was to identify sand fly bloodmeals in the...

Author(s)
Paternina, L. E.; Verbel-Vergara, D.; Romero-Ricardo, L.; Pérez-Doria, A.; Paternina-Gómez, M.; Martínez, L.; Bejarano, E. E.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Acta Tropica, 2016, 153, pp 86-92
Abstract

In the early days of veterinary work in Uganda it was assumed that most of the varieties of trypanosomes found in cattle were pathogenic and caused a fatal infection.
It was early suspected that T. brucei was not frequently responsible for fatal disease in cattle, and that T. congolense was not...

Author(s)
Richardson, U. F.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1928, 22, 2, pp 137-146 pp.
Abstract

After dealing with the symptoms which may be seen, the author gives details of treatment with tartar emetic.
Adult cattle may be given 1.5 g. daily on five consecutive days, and a similar dose may be used for horses, donkeys and mules. Dogs of 25 lb. body-weight may be given 0.1 to 0.125 g. The...

Author(s)
Carson, H. H.
Citation
J. Dept. Agric., Union of South Africa., 1922, 5, 3, pp 249-253 pp.
Abstract

Towards the middle of the construction period of the Panama Canal the Hospital at Ancon organized a dairy and stocked it with animals from the United States, chiefly from the Gulf coast region. A number of pigs and a considerable number of chickens were also imported and subsequently the enterprise ...

Author(s)
Clark, H. C.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1918, 22, 2, pp 159-168
Abstract

This paper purports to describe the life of a veterinary surgeon in the tropics contrasting that in the West Indies, where the author was first stationed, with that in the Far East, where he is at present employed. It gives quite an interesting account of field work and incidence of disease in...

Author(s)
Ford, T. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 8, pp 45-54 pp.
Abstract

The results of research on BRUCELLOSIS, PIROPLASMOSIS, TRYPANOSOMIASIS, RABIES, FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE, STRONGYLOSIS and HABRONEMIASIS are summarized. The results of the examination of 2, 345 morbid specimens for diagnosis, 164 samples of feeding stuffs etc. for detection of adulteration or...

Author(s)
Zottner, G.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur d'Algerie, 1939, 17, pp 395-409
Abstract

The first paper deals generally with animal trypanosomiasis in the three French colonies of equatorial Africa. The tsetse fly distribution in the colonies is discussed; it corresponds approximately to the areas where trypanosomiasis is prevalent, but it is noted that in some areas tabanids seem to...

Author(s)
Lester, H. M. O.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1933, 27, pp 361-395
Abstract

The first paper deals generally with animal trypanosomiasis in the three French colonies of equatorial Africa. The tsetse fly distribution in the colonies is discussed; it corresponds approximately to the areas where trypanosomiasis is prevalent, but it is noted that in some areas tabanids seem to...

Author(s)
Malbrant, R.; Dugue, J. M.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1933, 6, pp 77-101; 121-188
Abstract

In this paper Hornby first gives a good summary of the history of the employment of tartar emetic in the treatment of protozoan diseases; he then summarises what appears to be very extensive experience relating to the use of the drug in the treatment of fly-struck animals from 1913 to 1918 in...

Author(s)
Hornby, H. E.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 3, pp 89-103
Abstract

East Coast Fever.--This disease still constitutes the most important problem dealt with by the Veterinary Division and consideration of its distribution in the various Provinces and the means adopted for its eradication embrace about half of the present report.
In the Cape the position with regard...

Author(s)
Gray, C. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1917, 30, 1533, pp 209-213 pp.

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