African Trypanosomiasis

  • Georges E. Roelants
  • Richard O. Williams

Abstract

African trypanosomes are spread by tsetse flies (Glossina) over about 10 million square kilometers of intertropical Africa where they cause disease in man and his domestic animals.

Keywords

Anemia Boran Indomethacin Ferritin Candida 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Georges E. Roelants
    • 1
  • Richard O. Williams
    • 2
  1. 1.Centre de Recherches sur les Trypanosomoses AnimalesBobo-Dioulasso, Haute-VoltaBurkina Faso
  2. 2.International Laboratory for Research on Animal DiseasesNairobiKenya

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