Research Article

Trypanosoma gambiense in Monkeys and Ruminants; Prolonged Infection, Immunity and Superinfection

H. Lyndhurst Dukea1

a1 From the Human Trypanosomiasis Institute, Entebbe, Uganda.

In the Final Report of the League of Nations International Commission on Sleeping Sickness (1928) certain tentative conclusions were expressed about the behaviour of T. gambiense, recently isolated from man, in the blood of monkeys and of certain domestic ruminants. These conclusions, which were intended primarily to serve as a basis for further researches, were set forth in the Summary of Part I of that Report, and read as follows:

(Received April 27 1931)