trypan-, trypano- +

(Greek: auger, borer; parasitic protozoa)

trypanocide, trypanocidal, trypanosomacide
The killing of organisms that cause sleeping sickness.
The dissolution of trypanosomes.
trypanophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An angst of inoculations, injections, or of needles: James feared acupuncture because of the sharp pointed implements which were used, and he also had a horror of vaccinations as well, and finally had trypanophobia!
1. Genus of protozoa that causes serious infections in humans and domestic animals.
2. A genus of protozoa parasitic in the blood and lymph of invertebrates and vertebrates, including humans.

Most species live part of their life cycle in the intestines of insects or other invertebrates, but the typical adult stage is found only in the vertebrate host.

1. Any of various parasitic flagellate protozoans of the genus Trypanosoma, transmitted to the vertebrate bloodstream, lymph, and spinal fluid by certain insects and often causing diseases; such as, sleeping sickness and nagana.A

It is transmitted by insect bites and causes serious diseases.

A disease caused by infestation with a microscopic organism that lives as a parasite in the blood; especially, sleeping sickness.
trypanosomicide, trypanocide
An agent that kills trypanosomes (protozoa or single-cell organisms that can only divide within a host).
A skin eruption occurring in trypanosomiasis.