PMID: 5950928Jan 1, 1966Paper

The epidemiology of Trypanosoma rhodesiense sleeping sickness in Alego location, Central Nyanza, Kenya. I. Evidence that cattle may act as reservoir hosts of trypanosomes infective to man

Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
R J OnyangoP De Raadt

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