Genes encoding two theileria parva antigens recognized by CD8+ T-cells exhibit sequence diversity in South Sudanese cattle populations but the majority of alleles are similar to the Muguga component of the live vaccine cocktail

D.A. Salih, R. Pelle, J.M. Mwacharo, M.N. Njahira, W.L. Marcellino, H. Kiara, A.K. Malak, A.R.M.E.L. Hussein, R. Bishop, R.A. Skilton

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