PMID: 17040694Oct 17, 2006Paper

Multiparasitism, Production and Economics in Domestic Animals in sub-Saharan West Africa

Parasitology Today
J ZinsstagK Pfister

Abstract

Over the past ten years, an informal West African animal helminthosis network has developed (), with the aims of both improving livestock productivity through parasite control and, ultimately, increasing rural income. The network places a strong emphasis on building up local research capacity through scientific partnership. This article highlights recent findings from projects of the network.

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Aug 1, 1990·Veterinary Parasitology·J Kaufmann, K Pfister
Aug 1, 1994·Veterinary Parasitology·J Zinsstag, K Pfister

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Sep 15, 1999·Veterinary Parasitology·R C Krecek, A J Guthrie
Jun 19, 2007·Research in Veterinary Science·Monica Natalie WymannJakob Zinsstag

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