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Host susceptibility to African trypanosomiasis: trypanotolerance



Host susceptibility to African trypanosomiasis: trypanotolerance



Advances in Parasitology 21: 1-68



In this extensive review, available information on aspects of trypanotolerance with regard to cattle, sheep, goats, wildlife and man are presented and discussed, and experimental results derived from mouse models are evaluated and their relevance to trypanosomiasis of livestock is considered.

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