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Epidemiological aspects of important camel diseases in selected areas of Kenya. Studies on camel maintenance in different husbandry regimens in Kenya. 2 communication



Epidemiological aspects of important camel diseases in selected areas of Kenya. Studies on camel maintenance in different husbandry regimens in Kenya. 2 communication



Praktische Tierarzt 63(11): 974-980, 985



Regular testing since August 1979 has shown Trypanosoma to be present in all 4 herds of dromedaries (Camelus dromedarius) observed in Kenya. Forms of the subgenus Trypanozoon (probably Trypanosoma evansi) predominated; T. congolense was present in small numbers in 2 herds. Serological tests showed a drop in antibody levels in 3 of the herds during the dry season (May to Sept. 1980).

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