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Jonglei State has the highest level of East Coast Fever, a brown tick-borne disease that appeared in 2008.
For animals, Rift Valley fever, foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), and East Coast fever are examples of diseases that require continued international alliances in order to deal with global threats to livestock, to food security, and possibly to human health.
Kwena has participated in various research programmes including the Tick-borne diseases research programme on East Coast Fever leading to development of the infection and treatment method of immunisation against East Coast Fever (1992-1995).
Contagious Bovine Pleuropnemonia (CBPP), East Coast Fever (ECF), Trypanosomiasis, Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD), Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD), African Swine Fever (ASF) and Newcastle Disease (ND) are endemic in Tanzania.
MPSS(TM) will be applied initially to study the life cycle of Theileria parva, an intracellular protozoan parasite responsible for east coast fever, a serious tick-borne cattle disease that transforms bovine lymphocytes to a leukemia-like state.
Solutions for Serious Animal Diseases Rift Valley fever, foot-and-mouth disease, and East Coast fever are some of the diseases that harm livestock and threaten the livelihood of farmers in developing nations like those of sub-Saharan Africa.
E) The campaign, which took place at a cattle camp, located about 3KM west of the county headquarters mainly aimed at eradicating the deadly black quarter, hemorrhagic septicemia and East Coast Fever diseases.
An outbreak of East Coast fever on the Comoros: a consequence of the import of immunised cattle from Tanzania?