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Serodiagnosis of bovine trypanosomosis caused by non-tsetse transmitted Trypanosoma (Duttonella) vivax parasites using the soluble form of aTrypanozoon variant surface glycoprotein antigen.
1894-1953', Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 63/3 (2008): 285-322; Maitseo Bolaane, 'Tsetse and Trypanosomosis Control in Okavango Delta, c.
Reactive oxygen radicals generated during infections such as trypanosomosis can attack erythrocyte membrane, induce its oxidation and thus trigger haemolysis [23].
Prevalence of tsetse fly and ruminant trypanosomosis in Katsina-Ala Local Government Area, Nigeria.
This method is especially suited to the developing countries since most use diminazene to treat livestock for trypanosomosis.
In Colombia, the bovine trypanosomosis has been studied by Clarkson (1976), Betancourt & Wells (1979); Betancourt (1982), Otte & Abuabara (1991), and Otte et al.
The presence of the tsetse fly in one third of the African continent and the disease trypanosomosis it transmits is considered the major barrier to the development of productive livestock.
Review on camel trypanosomosis (Surra) due to Trypanosoma evansi: Epidemiology and host response.
Most studies on the relationship between trypanosomosis and serum testosterone are carried out in experimentally infected animals.
One of these adaptations is their documented tolerance to trypanosomosis (Roberts and Gray, 1973), a parasitic disease due to infection with Trypanosoma sp.
Several authors reported the prevalence of Sarcoptic mange in camels and considered mange as second important disease in camels after trypanosomosis due to its rapid spread and the severe effect on camels' behavior (Higgins, 1983; Nayel and Abu-Samra, 1986 and Pegram and Higgins, 1992).