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Academic Articles33
  • Esteve-Gasent, M. D., Rodrguez-Vivas, R. I., Medina, R. F., Ellis, D., Schwartz, A., Corts Garcia, B., ... Prez de Len, A. A. (2020). Research on Integrated Management for Cattle Fever Ticks and Bovine Babesiosis in the United States and Mexico: Current Status and Opportunities for Binational Coordination.. Pathogens. 9(11), 871-871.
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  • Logan-Henfrey, L. L., Anosa, V. O., & Wells, C. W. (1999). The role of the bone marrow in bovine trypanotolerance I. Changes in blood and bone marrow inTrypanosoma congolense-infected cattle. Comparative Haematology International. 9(4), 198-207.
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  • Logan-Henfrey, L. L., Anosa, V. O., & Wells, C. W. (1999). The role of the bone marrow in bovine trypanotolerance I. Changes in blood and bone marrow inTrypanosoma congolense-infected cattle. Comparative Clinical Pathology. 9(4), 198-207.
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  • Anosa, V. O., Logan-Henfrey, L. L., & Wells, C. W. (1999). The role of the bone marrow in bovine trypanotolerance II. Macrophage function in Trypanosoma congolense-infected cattle. Comparative Clinical Pathology. 9(4), 208-218.
  • Suliman, H. B., Logan-Henfrey, L., Majiwa, P. A., ole-Moiyoi, O., & Feldman, B. F. (1999). Analysis of erythropoietin and erythropoietin receptor genes expression in cattle during acute infection with Trypanosoma congolense.. Exp Hematol. 27(1), 37-45.
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Chapters1
  • Logan-Henfrey, L. L., Gardiner, P. R., & Musa Mahmoud, M. (1992). Animal Trypanosomiases in Sub-Saharan Africa. Parasitic Protozoa. 157-276. Elsevier.
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Conference Papers2
  • Logan-Henfrey, L. (2000). Mitigation of bioterrorist threats in the 21st century.. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 916(1), 121-133.
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  • Williams, D. J., Logan-Henfrey, L. L., Authi, E., Seely, C., & McOdimba, F. (1992). Experimental infection with a haemorrhage-causing Trypanosoma vivax in N'Dama and Boran cattle.. Scand J Immunol Suppl. 11(s1), 34-36.
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Linda
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Logan
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