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" The trypanosomes are transmitted from the sick to the healthy by a species of tsetse fly, Glossina palpalis, and by it alone. (7) The distribution of Sleeping Sickness and Glossina palpalis correspond. (8) Sleeping Sickness is, in short, a human tsetse... "
Nature - Page 106
edited by - 1905
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Nature, Volume 71

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1905
...Indian Medical Service. A further report (No. 4) by Colonel Bruce has been published, and its genera! conclusions, briefly stated in the last report of...to the healthy by a species of tsetse fly (Glossina falpalis) — have been confirmed by subsequent observations. The efforts of the observers are now...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 36

American Geographical Society of New York - Geography - 1904
...the blood and cerebro-spinal fluid of a species of trypanosoma, probably Trypanosoma Gambiense. The trypanosomes are transmitted from the sick to the...healthy by a species of tsetse fly, Glossina palpalis, and by it alone. The discovery was made by Dr. Castellani while he was in Uganda studying the disease....
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Pacific Medical Journal, Volume 47

Medicine - 1904
...donkeys, oxen, goats and sheep up to the present have shown themselves absolutely refractory. 6. That the trypanosomes are transmitted from the sick to the...healthy by a species of tsetse fly, glossina palpalis, and by it alone. 7. That the distribution of sleepiog sickness and glossina palpalis correspond. 8....
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Nature, Volume 69

Science - 1904
...donkeys, oxen, goats, and sheep, up to the present, have shown themselves absolutely refractory. (6) The trypanosomes are transmitted from the sick to the...healthy by a species of tsetse fly, Glossina palpalis, and by it alone. (7) The distribution of Sleeping Sickness and Glossina palpalis correspond. (8) Sleeping...
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Modern Medicine, Volumes 13-14

John Harvey Kellogg - Bacteriology - 1904
...donkeys, oxen, goats, and sheep up to the present time have shown themselves absolutely refractory. 6. The trypanosomes are transmitted from the sick to the healthy by a species of tsetse-fly, glossina palpalis, and by it alone. 7. The distribution of sleeping sickness and glossina...
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