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Cryptosporidium is a parasitic protozoon with a wide range of vertebrate hosts. Cryptosporidiosis has been reported from numerous countries, including Iran. Molecular identification can be applied to characterize Cryptosporidium, of which there are over 30 species and 50 genotypes. Herein, we...

Author(s)
Ranjbar, R.; Mirhendi, H.; Izadi, M.; Behrouz, B.; Manesh, R. M.
Publisher
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., New Rochelle, USA
Citation
Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 2018, 18, 2, pp 96-100
Abstract

In the period from July 2009 to October 2010, fecal samples from 61 animals and 154 humans from the municipality of Araçatuba (São Paulo State, Brazil) were studied. Fecal samples from animals were collected in the Municipal Animal Shelter and the Veterinary Hospital of the Universidade Estadual...

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Godoy, E. A. M. de; Santos Junior, J. E.; Belloto, M. V. T.; Moraes, M. V. P. de; Cassiano, G. C.; Volotão, A. C. C.; Luvizotto, M. C. R.; Carareto, C. M. A.; Silva, M. C. de M.; Machado, R. L. D.
Publisher
PAGEPress Publications, Pavia, Italy
Citation
Microbiology Research, 2013, 4, 1, pp e6
Abstract

Sheep (Ovis aries) are increasingly used at our institution as models of human disease. Within the research environment, routine husbandry and handling of sheep has potential for transmission of zoonotic agents, including Giardia. The prevalence of Giardia in sheep may approach 68%. Classic...

Author(s)
Wilson, J. M.; Hankenson, F. C.
Publisher
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Memphis, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 2010, 49, 6, pp 809-813
Abstract

An examination of faecal samples collected from 358 dogs, 48 jackals, 37 foxes, 39 cats and 5 wolves for sporocyst excretion was performed by flotation methods. By inspection of the body and microscopy of muscle samples using the compressor method, 545 sheep, 385 weaned lambs, 95 lambs, 189 goats...

Author(s)
Ivanov, A. I.
Publisher
National Centre for Agrarian Sciences in Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Zhivotnov'dni Nauki, 2008, 45, 2, pp 68-73
Abstract

Cryptosporidium spp. is a common intestinal pathogen of animals and humans. It may have an important economic impact on farms and cause potentially zoonotic infections. Fecal specimens were collected from 331 domestic animals (81 beef cattle, 50 sheep, 100 pigs and 100 dogs) and checked for the...

Author(s)
Quadros, R. M. de; Marques, S. M. T.; Amendoeira, C. R.; Souza, L. A. de; Amendoeira, P. R.; Comparin, C. C.
Publisher
Sociedad Chilena de Parasitología, Santiago, Chile
Citation
Parasitología Latinoamericana, 2006, 61, 3/4, pp 117-120
Abstract

This study evaluated the detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts in humans (266 stool specimen) and animals (205 from cattle, 160 from sheep, 30 from horses, 80 from cats, 227 from dogs and 11 from wild animals). The total number of human and animal stool specimens processed was 266 and 713,...

Author(s)
Werner, A.; Sulima, P.; Majewska, A. C.
Publisher
Polskie Towarzystwo Parazytologiczne (Polish Parasitological Society), Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Wiadomości Parazytologiczne, 2004, 50, 2, pp 209-220
Abstract

This test, used in human medicine, was performed on faecal or intestinal samples submitted from 61 calves, 33 pigs, 6 sheep, 1003 dogs and 2 cats in different areas of the German Federal Republic, in most cases with a history of diarrhoea. All samples were also examined by electron microscopy (EM). ...

Author(s)
Oldenburg, U.; Behrens, F.; Ziegelmaier, R.; Danner, K.
Citation
Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1984, 91, 1, pp 12-15

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