This historic compendium of the parasitological literature, published by the U.S. Government Printing Office, continues to be a key resource to researchers for parasitology, re-emerging diseases, neglected tropical disease, zoonoses, global animal health, and one health / one medicine.
The Repository is a gateway to valuable research and educational material within and beyond South Africa. The collections include digital resources such as photos and slides, postcards, books, journal articles, etc. It is managed and maintained by the project committee consisting of personnel of UP. The collective web interface will be maintained by the Jotello F. Soga Library.
From Homer (about 800 B.C.) to 31 December 1969 (with supplements expanding the coverage to 31 December 1981). Comprehensive, historical bibliography on ticks and tick-borne diseases, compiled by Harry Hoogstraal covers the literature from 800 B.C. through 1982.
The Anaplasmosis/Babesiosis Bibliography and supplements (8 volumes) were compiled by Rita Fisher, a Washington State University science librarian, supported by USAID grant funding. Included are references to articles, books, dissertations, and experiment station publications published during the years 1977-1992.