Trypanosoma brucei gambiense

Try·pan·o·so·ma bruce·i gam·bi·ense

a protozoan subspecies causing Gambian trypanosomiasis in humans; transmitted by tsetse flies, especially Glossina palpalis.
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Try·pan·o·so·ma bru·ce·i gam·bi·en·se

(trī-pan'ō-sō'mă brū'sē-ī gam-bē-en'sē)
A subspecies of protozoan flagellates that causes Gambian trypanosomiasis; transmitted by tsetse flies, especially Glossina palpalis.
Synonym(s): Trypanosoma gambiense.
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