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The earliest discovered Trypanosome, described by Gruby in 1843

The earliest discovered Trypanosome, described by Gruby in 1843.jpg Various species of Trypanosoma from the blood of mammals, birds, and reptilesThumbnailsDiagram of amœbaVarious species of Trypanosoma from the blood of mammals, birds, and reptilesThumbnailsDiagram of amœbaVarious species of Trypanosoma from the blood of mammals, birds, and reptilesThumbnailsDiagram of amœba

The earliest discovered Trypanosome, described by Gruby in 1843 as “Trypanosoma sanguinis” and found by him in the blood of the common esculent Frog.

It was not noticed again until it was re-discovered by Lankester in 1871, who published the figure of it in the Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science in that year.

Author
The Kingdom of Man
By Sir E. Ray (Edwin Ray) Lankester
Published 1907
Available from gutenberg.org
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