Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Information

PAAT - Programme Against African Trypanosomiasis

TSETSE
AND
TRYPANOSOMIASIS
INFORMATION

Volume 29, Part 2 (2006)


edited by
James Dargie, Bisamberg, Austria

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Table of contents

Part I   [496kb]

SECTION A – NEWS
From the Editor
Report of the 10th Meeting of the PAAT Programme Committee
Report of the 31st ISCTRC Executive Committee Meeting
Book Publications
Data Resources for Tsetse Researchers
Recent Research & Guidelines Developed by ILRI and Partners

SECTION B – ABSTRACTS
1. General (including land use)
2. Tsetse Biology

    (a) Rearing of tsetse flies
    (b) Taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry
    (c) Distribution, ecology, behaviour, population studies

3. Tsetse Control (including environmental side effects)
4. Epidemiology: vector-host and vector-parasite interactions
5. Human Trypanosomiasis

    (a) Surveillance
    (b) Pathology and immunology
    (c) Treatment

Part II   [656kb]

6. Animal Trypanosomiasis

    (a) Survey and distribution
    (b) Pathology and immunology
    (c) Trypanotolerance
    (d) Treatment

7.Experimental Trypanosomiasis

    (a) Diagnostics
    (b) Pathology and immunology
    (c) Chemotherapeutics

8. Trypanosome Research

    (a) Cultivation of trypanosomes
    (b) Taxonomy, characterisation of isolates
    (c) Life cycle, morphology, biochemical and molecular studies

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