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2021

Bodenham, R., Mazeri, S., Cleaveland, S. , Crump, J., Fasina, F., De Glanville, W., Haydon, D. , Kazwala, R., Kibona, T., Maro, V., Maze, M., Mmbaga, B., Mtui-Malamsha, N., Shirima, G., Swai, E., Thomas, K., de Bronsvoort, B. and Halliday, J. (2021) Latent class evaluation of the performance of serological tests for exposure to Brucella spp. in cattle, sheep, and goats in Tanzania. [Data Collection]

2020

De Glanville, W., Davis, A. , Allan, K. , Buza, J., Claxton, J. , Crump, J. A., Halliday, J. , Johnson, P. , Kibona, T. J., Mmbaga, B. T., Swai, E. S., Uzzell, C., Yoder, J., Sharp, J. and Cleaveland, S. (2020) Classification and characterisation of livestock production systems in northern Tanzania. [Data Collection]

De Glanville, W., Herzog, C., Willett, B. , Kibona, T., Cattadori, I., Kapur, V., Hudson, P., Buza, J., Cleaveland, S. and Bjornstad, O. (2020) Peste des petits ruminants seroprevalence in northern Tanzania across sheep, goats and cattle. [Data Collection]

2019

Chaters, G., Johnson, P. , Cleaveland, S. , Crispell, J., De Glanville, W., Doherty, T., Matthews, L. , Mohr, S., Nyasebwa, O. M., Rossi, G., Salvador, L. , Swai, E. and Kao, R. (2019) Analysing livestock network data for infectious diseases control: an argument for routine data collection in emerging economies. [Data Collection]

2018

Hughes, E., Kibona, T. K., De Glanville, W., Lankester, F., Davis, A., Carter, R., de Jong, R., Nyasebwa, O., Claxton, J., Cleaveland, S. and Allan, K. (2018) Taenia multiceps coenurosis in Tanzania: a major and under-recognised livestock disease problem in pastoral communities. [Data Collection]

Ahmed, H., Yoder, J., Davis, A., De Glanville, W., Kibona, T. J. and Cleaveland, S. (2018) Risk management and response to livestock disease losses in agropastoral households of northern Tanzania. [Data Collection]

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