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Dr. David Odongo Publications
12019Assessment Of The Prevalence Of Theileria Lestoquardi In Sheep From The Sudan Using Serological And Molecular Methods
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22019THEILERIOSIS IN MOUNTAIN BONGO REPATRIATED TO KENYA: A CLINCAL AND MOLECULAR INVESTIGATION
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32019A Participatory Epidemiological Study Of Major Cattle Diseases Amongst Maasai Pastoralists Living In Wildlife-livestock Interfaces In Maasai Mara, Kenya
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42019Spatial Distribution, Prevalence And Potential Risk Factors Of Tungiasis In Vihiga County, Kenya
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52019Molecular Identification Of Zoonotic Hookworms In Dogs From Four Counties Of Kenya
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62018Prevalence And Genotyping Of Echinococcus Granulosus In Sheep In Narok County, Kenya
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72018Molecular Characterization Of Echinococcus Species In Dogs From Four Regions Of Kenya
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82017Novel Rickettsia And Emergent Tick-borne Pathogens: A Molecular Survey Of Ticks And Tick-borne Pathogens In Shimba Hills National Reserve, Kenya
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92012Molecular Cloning, Sequencing And Recombinant Expression Of A Putative Tick Protective Antigen From Three Ixodid Ticks
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102012Immunization Of Cattle With Ra86 Impedes Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus Nymphal-to-adult Molting
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112012Prevalence Of Livestock Diseases And Their Impact On Livelihoods In Central Equatoria State, Southern Sudan
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122011Recombinant Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus Gut (Ra86) And Salivary Gland Cement (Trp64) Proteins As Candidate Antigens For Inclusion In Tick Vaccines: Protective Effects Of Ra86 On Infestation With Adult R. Appendiculatus
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132011Two Theileria Parva CD8 T Cell Antigen Genes Are More Variable In Buffalo Than Cattle Parasites, But Differ In Pattern Of Sequence Diversity
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142011Differential Transcription Of Two Highly Divergent Gut-expressed Bm86 Antigen Gene Homologues In The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus (Acari: Ixodida).
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152010A Nested PCR Assay Exhibits Enhanced Sensitivity For Detection Of Theileria Parva Infections In Bovine Blood Samples From Carrier Animals.
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162009Identification Of A Synthetic Peptide Inducing Cross-reactive Antibodies Binding To Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) Decoloratus, Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) Microplus, Hyalomma Anatolicum Anatolicum And Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus BM86 Homologues.
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172009Quantification Of Theileria Parva In Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus (Acari: Ixodidae) Confirms Differences In Infection Between Selected Tick Strains.
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182009Theileria
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192007Vaccination Of Cattle With TickGARD Induces Cross-reactive Antibodies Binding To Conserved Linear Peptides Of Bm86 Homologues In Boophilus Decoloratus.
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202006Linkage Disequilibrium Between Alleles At Highly Polymorphic Mini- And Micro-satellite Loci Of Theileria Parva Isolated From Cattle In Three Regions Of Kenya.
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212005Subunit Vaccine Based On The P67 Major Surface Protein Of Theileria Parva Sporozoites Reduces Severity Of Infection Derived From Field Tick Challenge.
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222004Specific PCR Assay For A Tannin-tolerant Selenomonas Ruminantium Isolate, Derived From Helicase Coding Sequences.
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232003A Panel Of Microsatellite And Minisatellite Markers For The Characterisation Of Field Isolates Of Theileria Parva.
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242003Phylogenetic Analysis Of The Microbial Populations In The Wild Herbivore Gastrointestinal Tract: Insights Into An Unexplored Niche.
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252002A Simple Method For Storing Mosquito Blood Meals For Human DNA Profiling
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262002Genomic Polymorphism, Sexual Recombination And Molecular Epidemiology Of Theileria Parva
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272001Characterization Of Tannin-tolerant Bacterial Isolates From East African Ruminants
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