East Coast Fever

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1967
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Agricultural Research Council
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East Coast Fever is a disease of cattle with considerable economic significance in the development of livestock industry in Eastern Africa. The diseases is a syndrome resulting for the infection of cattle by one or several of the protozoan parasites of the family Theileiidae indigenous to Eastern Africa. It is almost invariably fatal, high-grade cattle (i.e. cattle of predominantly Bos Tauras type) being particularly susceptible.
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