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Risk of Dengue Transmission in Cocody (Abidjan, Ivory Coast)
The occurrence of Aedes aegypti in Cocody indicates the risk of transmission of the Dengue fever virus. Expand
Risk Factors for the Contamination of Wild Stomoxys niger niger Macquart 1851 (Diptera: Muscidae) with the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus
Flies were contaminated less frequently on animals without clinical signs than those on animals with clinical signs, but this difference was not significant, and FMDV RNA was found in the epithelial vesicles of all clinically sick animals. Expand
An updated list of Tabanidae (Diptera: Insecta) in Ivory Coast
Corresponding author: Sevidzem Silas Lendzele, E-mail:lendzele.jimmy@yahoo.com Copyright © 2017, Lydie et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative CommonsExpand
Efficacy of Albendazole on Gastro-Intestinal Strongyles of Cattle in Ngaoundere (Adamawa-Cameroon)
The present study aimed at identifying the gastro-intestinal Strongyles of cattle and to evaluate the effect of albendazole on their population dynamics throughout the year. Three cattle farmsExpand
Efficacy and application of a novel topical anaesthetic wound formulation for treating cattle with Foot‐and‐Mouth disease: A field trial in Cameroon
Although mortality is usually low in FMD outbreaks, the disease is a debilitating and painful disorder with negative animal welfare impacts that should be addressed, and TS as an alternative non-antimicrobial therapy should be promoted for wider use in F MD outbreaks. Expand
Commercial acaricides in pour-on formulation react differently in reducing tick numbers on cattle in extensive and intensive management systems in Bockle, North Cameroon
1 Department of Biological sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon. 2 Laboratoire National Vétérinaire (LANAVET), B.P. 503 Garoua Cameroun. 3 School of Veterinary MedicineExpand
Factors Influencing Seasonal and Daily Dynamics of the Genus Stomoxys Geoffroy, 1762 (Diptera: Muscidae), in the Adamawa Plateau, Cameroon
Stomoxyines abundantly occurred at the end of the dry season (March 2017) and beginning of the rainy season (May 2017), and the monthly rainfall positively influenced monthly ADTs of Stomoxyinae. Expand