Entomological and trypanosomosis surveys were conducted in the Blue Nile area between Admazien and Khartoum. The surveys showed the area to be tsetse free. The only species of trypanosome found to infect cattle in this study was Trypanosoma vivax, which infected some of the local cattle that had no history of entering tsetse belts. The prevalence of disease varied with the season. High disease prevalence coincided with the periods when tabanid and stomoxy flies were abundant. The study showed that the months when biting flies were most numerous coincided with trypanosomosis outbreaks, but even minimal numbers of these flies may cause the cycle of mechanical transmission to continue in stable enzootic conditions.
We search for magnetic fields outside galaxies and galaxy clusters by
Investigating redshift evolution of Faraday rotation measures (RM) of
Extragalactic radio sources. Our analysis reveals a strong evidence for the
Redshift dependence of the mean of the absolute value of the RM. The evidence
We present a Bayesian approach
To the problem of presence-only data based on a two levels scheme. A
Probability law and a case-control design are combined to handle the double
Source of uncertainty: one due to the censoring and one due to the sampling. We
Propose a new formalization for the logistic...
Diabetic kidney disease causes significant morbidity and mortality among people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Intensive glucose and blood pressure control have thus far failed to adequately curb this problem and therefore a major need for novel treatment approaches exists. Multiple obs...
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