Trypanosoma congolense infection in cattle:the kinetics of events which follow the feeds of infected and uninfected glossina mohsitans mohsitans
Susceptible cattle exposed to cyclical (tsetsetransmitted) infection with Trypanasomacongolence developed local skin reactions at sites of deposition of rue tucyclic trypanosomes. Initial reactions of about 2 mm diarueter were detected 4 or 5 days after tsetse bites. Tile reactions then increased progressively in size to attain maximum diameters of up to 100 mm, 10 to 14 days later. Subsequently, they declined and by day 20 were indistinct arid not palpable..