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Sleeping Sickness; A Record of Four Years' War Against It in Principe, Portuguese West Africa;

  title={Sleeping Sickness; A Record of Four Years' War Against It in Principe, Portuguese West Africa;},
  author={B. F. Bruto da Costa and J. Firmino Sant'anna and A. C. dos Santos and M. G. de Araujo Alvares},

Morphometric diagnosis of Glossina palpalis (Diptera: Glossinidae) population structure in Ghana

It is speculated that geographical distance and subspecific difference between populations are among factors responsible for observed pattern of wing shape variations among the studied populations.

Standardising Visual Control Devices for Tsetse Flies: Central and West African Species Glossina palpalis palpalis

Blue-black 0.25 m2 cloth targets show promise as simple cost effective devices for management of G. p.

Epidemiología de la tripanosomiasis humana africana en los focos históricos de Guinea Ecuatorial y aproximación traslacional a la existencia de reservorios animales

22 INTRODUCCIÓN GENERAL 27 1. Taxonomía 27 2. Estructura y ciclo vital 30 2.1 Morfología y fisiología de los subgéneros de Trypanosoma sp. 32 3. Hospedadores 35 4. Tripanosomiasis humana africana 40

The Tsetse Fly II: Decline and Recovery

Why did Burton, writing in 1860, refer to the tsetse fly as not having died out in eastern Africa? Although in southern Africa its range retracted before the rinderpest panzootic of 1896 this was

Tsetse fly responses to volatile plant compounds

The population structure of Glossina fuscipes fuscipes in the Lake Victoria basin in Uganda: implications for vector control

This study suggests that different control strategies should be implemented for the three PATTEC blocks and that, given the high potential for re-invasion from island sites, mainland and offshore sites in each block should be targeted at the same time.

Screening of Trypanosoma brucei gambiense in Domestic Livestock and Tsetse Flies from an Insular Endemic Focus (Luba, Equatorial Guinea)

These findings demonstrate that even in conditions of apparent control, a complete parasite clearance is difficult to achieve and further investigations must be focused on animal reservoirs which could allow the parasites to persist without leading to human cases.