PMID: 10514061Oct 8, 1999

Host influence on adaptation of Trypanosoma congolense metacyclics to vertebrate hosts

Medical and Veterinary Entomology
F Masaninga, S Mihok


No abstract listed.


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Adaptation, Physiological
Host-Parasite Interactions
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Trypanosoma congolense

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