Association between intracellular rickettsial-like infections of midgut cells and susceptibility to Trypanosome infection inGlossina spp.

@article{Maudlin1985AssociationBI,
  title={Association between intracellular rickettsial-like infections of midgut cells and susceptibility to Trypanosome infection inGlossina spp.},
  author={Ian M Maudlin and David S. Ellis},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Parasitenkunde},
  year={1985},
  volume={71},
  pages={683-687}
}
Rickettsia-like organisms (RLOs) have been observed in several species of tsetse both in laboratory colonies and in wild flies. Reinhardt et al. (1972) first reported the presence of RLOs in the mycetome of Glossina morsitans and G. fuscipes and in the cytoplasm of muscle cells of G. brevipalpis. Pinnock and Hess (1974) found intraceUular RLOs in midgut, fat body and oocytes of field-caught G. fuscipes, G. brevipalpis and G. pallidipes and in a laboratory colony of G. morsitans ssp. morsitans… CONTINUE READING

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