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Tryplink-L discussion list 9-14 December 1996
Roberto Aguilar M.S. Silva
Alberto M.R. Dávila
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Epidemiological review of equine trypanosomosis in Argentina
Economic assessment of animal trypanosomosis control: Discussion and application to Brazil
2. Informational needs
3. Illustration: T. Evansi in the Brazilian Pantanal
Trypanosoma evansi in the republic of Indonesia.
Dynamics of Trypanosoma evansi outbreaks in the Pantanal, Brazil
Epizootics of Trypanosoma vivax in Bolivian lowlands and Pantanal region, Brazil
Differential gene expression during the life cycle of trypanosomes
Plasma purines and Trypanosoma brucei
Molecular markers for characterization and identification of Trypanosoma evansi
Serodeme analysis - past, present has it any future?
Salmonid cryptobiosis, and protective strategies against the disease
Extension of the prophylactic effects of Isometamidium and Ethidium using sustained release devices
Materials and methods
Topical chemotherapy of experimental CNS-trypanosomiasis: drug combinations
Melarsoprol and nitrofuranes
Melarsoprol and nitroimidazoles
Molecular epidemiology of salivarian trypanosomes
Comment on Dr Michel Tibayrenc's lecture
Contribution of the PCR technique for a better understanding of the epidemiology of animal trypanosomosis in West Africa
Epilogue to the first world meeting on salivarian trypanosomes by internet
FAO animal production and health papers