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Prevalence and Risk factors of East Coats Fever (ECF) in the Coppersbelt and Central Provinces of Zambia
(The University of Zambia, 2016)
East Coast fever (ECF) is an infectious tick-borne disease of cattle, caused by a protozoan parasite Theileria parva. It is a disease of major economic importance in Zambia as it is the main cause of cattle morbidity and ...
Co-joint trematode infections in cattle from Kafue and Zambezi river basins of Zambia
This study investigated the heterologous interaction among Fasciola gigantica, Schistosoma spp. and Amphistomum spp. co-joint infections in cattle based on egg and worm counts. A total of 315 cattle from trematode endemic ...