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I. Treatment consisted of subcutaneous in-injection of 0.5 g. per 75-100 kg. ; 1 g. per 100-200 kg. ; and 1.5 g. per 200-350 kg. of a 10% aqueous solution of antrycide sulfate. There was severe local swelling, lack of appetite, tendency to lie down, and sometimes diarrhoea. One animal died after an ...

Guyaux, R.
Bull. Bur. Interafr. Tsetse, 1950, Publ. No. 129/T, pp 4 pp.