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Can the Uganda Tsetse fly Glossina palpalis carry the Trypanosoma found in sleeping-sickness cases to healtny animals?

, : Can the Uganda Tsetse fly Glossina palpalis carry the Trypanosoma found in sleeping-sickness cases to healtny animals?. Royal Soc London Rep Sleeping-sickness Comm, (No. 4: 56-64

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