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Measuring the costs of African animal trypanosomosis, the potential benefits of control and returns to research

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  • Kristjanson, P. M.
  • Swallow, B. M.
  • Rowlands, G. J.
  • Kruska, R. L.
  • de Leeuw, P. N.

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  • Kristjanson, P. M. & Swallow, B. M. & Rowlands, G. J. & Kruska, R. L. & de Leeuw, P. N., 1999. "Measuring the costs of African animal trypanosomosis, the potential benefits of control and returns to research," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 59(1), pages 79-98, January.
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