Theileria Infecting Bovine Lymphocyte

Theileria Infecting Bovine Lymphocyte

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Caption: Colour enhanced, composite image of Transmission Electron Micrographs (TEM) showing sporozoite of the parasitic protist Theileria parva gradually entering a bovine lymphocyte in vitro. T. parva is the causative agent of East Coast Fever (theileriosis) in cattle.

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