Animal trypanosomosis: making quality control of trypanocidal drugs possible.

@article{Sutcliffe2014AnimalTM,
  title={Animal trypanosomosis: making quality control of trypanocidal drugs possible.},
  author={Oliver B Sutcliffe and Graham G. Skellern and Fernando Araya and Andrew Cannavan and James Jacob Sasanya and Baptiste Dungu and Frans van Gool and Susanne M{\"u}nstermann and Raffaele C. Mattioli},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={2014},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={813-30}
}
African animal trypanosomosis is arguably the most important animal disease impairing livestock agricultural development in sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to vector control, the use oftrypanocidal drugs is important in controlling the impact of the disease on animal health and production in most sub-Saharan countries. However, there are no internationally agreed standards (pharmacopoeia-type monographs or documented product specifications) for the quality control of these compounds. This means… CONTINUE READING

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