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- A longitudinal assessment of the serological response to Theileria parva and other tick-borne parasites from birth to one year in a cohort of indigenous calves in western Kenya
- Assessment of the prevalence of Theileria lestoquardi in sheep from the Sudan using serological and molecular methods
- Climate Change and Infectious Livestock Diseases : The Case of Rift Valley Fever and Tick-Borne Diseases
- Development of sero-diagnostic and molecular tools for the control of important tick-borne pathogens of cattle in Africa.
- Efficacy of a Deltamethrin-based Pour-on in the Control of Tick-borne Diseases and Trypanosomosis in Kwale District, Kenya
- Genetic and antigenic variation of the bovine tick-borne pathogen Theileria parva in the Great Lakes region of Central Africa
- Prevalence and incidence of tick-borne diseases in smallholder farming systems in the western-Kenya highlands.
- Prospects for subunit vaccines against tick-borne diseases.
- Subunit vaccines for the control of tick-borne diseases: implications for the future.
- The global distribution of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever
- The impact of co-infections on the haematological profile of East African Short-horn Zebu calves
- The impact of tick control on the productivity of indigenous cattle under ranch conditions in Uganda.
- The incidence of calf morbidity and mortality due to vector-borne infections in smallholder dairy farms in Kwale District, Kenya
- The past and future roles of epidemiology and economics in the control of tick-borne diseases of livestock in Africa: The case of theileriosis
- West African Cattle Farmers' Perception of Tick-Borne Diseases.