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  • hello my friends

  • Dear All, 

    Research is now available that indicates Henipaviruses (Hendra, Nipah) detected in horses and humans are not infectious but spread through the bite and sting of Leptogenys genus (ant).If anyone wants more information please contact for further details. 

  • Dear Alex,


    Please feel free to discuss issues regarding Avian species and Protozoan and if you need some help, it would be my great pleasure to help you.

  • Hi everyone,

    I am Sabuni Alex a veterinarian by proffesion but a training parasitologist having completed my MSc in Applied Veterinary Parasitology from University of Nairobi Kenya (2009). My special interst is working with the Avian species. I have previously worked with free range chicken. My other area of interest is in protozoan and viral diseases, by eastablishing the role of ectoparasites in spread of these 2 important groups of diseases. Am currently working with an International Relief Organization in Coast, Kenya.

  • Dear Pro Jeffery K

    With the hope of a very nice day for you.

    I am Head of Department Zoonotic and Vector-Borne disease. I would be interest in your research work on blowfly, then I will be in position to give you some pathway to develop some sound sellable proposals. Please feel free to contact. it would be my honor to help you



  • I would be glad to discuss your research. Please feel free to contact me directly.
  • I have done some reseach on the blowfly Chrysomya chloropyga. The fly is abundant at our abattoirs, markets and with sheep and cattle. However I want ideas that will enable me develop sellabe proposal
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USDA Seeks Comments on National Program on Veterinary, Medical, and Urban Entomology

The USDA Agricultural Research Service’ National Program on Veterinary, Medical, and Urban Entomology has the mission to develop more effective means to eliminate or suppress insects and ticks that harm agricultural animals and humans. We request input from stakeholders on what we can do better to perform research on the control of insects and ticks that affect livestock, poultry, and people.  In the past, as a way of gaining input, every five years the Agricultural Research Service’s…

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Ticks:- vectors of CCHF

Dear All, We are at final stage of planning to conduct a nationwide survey for collection of ticks: vectors of Crimean Congo H Fever. At present we are facing some problem in identification of tick due to some scanty work on taxonomy of ticks. Do someone have some expertise in this field? Dr. Muhammad mukhtar

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