Steve Mihok

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Replicate plasma samples from wild Microtus pennsylvanicus were typed by gradient polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis for the transferrin and leucine aminopeptidase polymorphisms. Phenotypes remained the same through major seasonal changes in reproductive activity and environmental conditions. Possible explanations for the anomalous phenotypic variation seen(More)
The pattern of infection inGlossina morsitans morsitans andG. m. centralis membrane-fed on eland, buffalo or goat blood mixed withTrypanosoma congolense orT. brucei was studied from day 1 to day 10. Tsetse were initially permissive vectors, with most flies harbouring infections of 104–105 parasites on day 3. However, after a second blood meal on day 3,(More)
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