BMJ volume 295, issue 6589, P41-41 1987 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6589.41 View full text
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J Howie

Abstract: Muriel, a native of Northern Ireland, was undoubtedly one of Glasgow's most famous biological scientists-that was never disputed. Her work on the transmission of Trypanosoma gambiense by the bite of the tse-tse fly Glossina palpalis was a notable Edinburgh EH13 OBU SIR JAMES HOWIE, MD, FRCP Correspondence to: 34 Redford Avenue, Edinburgh EH13 OBU.