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Ninth International Meeting on Trypanosoma evansi: report of the Working Group, Paris, 18 May, 1988

, : Ninth International Meeting on Trypanosoma evansi: report of the Working Group, Paris, 18 May, 1988. Revue Scientifique et Technique Office International des Epizooties 8(4): 1039-1054

New information has been supplied on the prevalence of infections due to Trypanosoma evansi in Asia (India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, People's Republic of China, Oman), in buffaloes, camels and cattle, and also in pigs. Information has also been received concerning Africa (Chad, Kenya). In Chad, the disease of camels ("djoufar") is difficult to control through lack of effective drugs; in Kenya, it is the subject of a special research and disease control programme (KETRI).


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