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    • Molecular detection of Coxiella burnetii infection in small mammals from Moshi Rural and Urban Districts, northern Tanzania. 

      Theonest, Ndyetabura; Carter, Ryan; Kasagama, Elizabeth; Keyyu, Julius; Tarimo, Rigobert; Thomas, Kate; Wheelhouse, Nick; Maro, Venance; Haydon, Daniel; Buza, Joram; Allan, Kathryn; Halliday, Jo (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020-12-05)
      Coxiella burnetii is an obligate intracellular bacterium that causes Q fever, a zoonotic disease of public health importance. In northern Tanzania, Q fever is a known cause of human febrile illness, but little is known ...
    • One Health contributions towards more effective and equitable approaches to health in low- and middle-income countries 

      Cleaveland, Sarah; Sharp, Jo; Abela-Ridder, Bernadette; Allan, Kathryn; Buza, Joram; Crump, John; Davis, Adrian; Del Rio Vilas, Victor; de Glanville, William; Kazwala, Rudovick; Kibona, Tito; Lankester, Felix; Lugelo, Ahmed; Mmbaga, Blandina; Rubach, Matthew; Swai, Senyael; Waldman, Linda; Haydon, Daniel; Hampson, Katie; Halliday, Jo (Published by the Royal Society, 2017)
      Emerging zoonoses with pandemic potential are a stated priority for the global health security agenda, but endemic zoonoses also have a major societal impact in low-resource settings. Although many endemic zoonoses can ...
    • Reservoir dynamics of rabies in south-east Tanzania and the roles of cross-species transmission and domestic dog vaccination 

      Lushasi, Kennedy; Hayes, Sarah; Ferguson, Elaine; Changalucha, Joel; Cleaveland, Sarah; Govella, Nicodem; Haydon, Daniel; Sambo, Maganga; Mchau, Geofrey; Mpolya, Emmanuel; Mtema, Zacharia; Nonga, Hezron; Steenson, Rachel; Nouvellet, Pierre; Donnelly, Christl; Hampson, Katie (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2021-08-21)
      Understanding the role of different species in the transmission of multi-host pathogens, such as rabies virus, is vital for effective control strategies. Across most of sub-Saharan Africa domestic dogs Canis familiaris are ...