TSETSE AND TRYPANOSOMIASIS INFORMATION

PAAT
Programme Against African Trypanosomiasis
Vol 31, part 2, 2008

TSETSE AND TRYPANOSOMIASIS
INFORMATION

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Table of Contents

Part 1   [835Kb]

    Abbreviations used
    Contents

Part 2   [1,5Mb]

    SECTION A – NEWS
    Report of the 13th Meeting of the PAG Coordinators
    Report from the International Atomic Energy Agency
    SECTION B – ABSTRACTS
    1. General (including land use)
    2. Tsetse biology
    3. Tsetse control (including environmental side effects)
    4. Epidemiology: vector-host and vector-parasite interactions
    5. Human trypanosomiasis
    6. Animal trypanosomiasis
    7. Experimental trypanosomiasis
    8. Trypanosome research

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