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Evansi and T. b. gambiense appeared to be distinct entities, each possibly being further subdivided into strain groups. The validity of all taxa remained uncertain, since a number of isoenzyme bands were common to every category. The generally accepted taxonomic positions were convenient as higher categories than strain groups. The status of T. b. rhodesiense and T. b. brucei was particularly uncertain, because some strain groups in each “subspecies” differed more from each other than they did from other strain groups in the other subspecies (see Section VI).
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