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An average of 840 East African Zebu cattle from nine herds in the Ghibe valley, southwest Ethiopia were monitored from January 1986 to April 1990. Each month blood samples were collected for analysis(More)
As part of a study on livestock productivity under trypanosomosis risk in the region of Boundiali, northern Côte d'Ivoire, 21 herds of cattle (N'Dama, Baoulé and Zebu crosses) and 20 flocks of(More)
Following tsetse-transmitted infection with Trypanosoma congolense, major differences in development of localised skin reactions, the ability to control parasitaemia, the degree of anaemia and in(More)