, Investigation On Cyclospora Cayetanensis In Fresh Produce In Italy

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, NMBU, Faculty of Veterinary M edicine

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, Genetic diversity of Giardia duodenalis and Cryptosporidium spp. in symptomatic individuals attending public hospitals in Spain

, María Trelis 4 , Guillermo Ruiz 6 , Milagros García-Hortelano 7, José M. Azcona Gutiérrez, vol.7

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, Cryptosporidiosis in French nationals traveling abroad, 2015.

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C. Parvum, C. Hominis, C. Felis, C. Meleagridis, C. Ubiquitum et al., representing respectively 70, 28, 0.8, 0.4, 0.4 and 0.4% of all species (n=235). C. hominis were observed in 51% in French travellers and C. parvum in 44% (N=39). The representations of Cryptosporidium gp60 subtypes of isolates from patients differed from those of non-travelers. As in the entire population, IbA10G2 and IaA22R2 C. hominis gp60 subtypes were dominant in travelers but not the IIaA15G2R1 C. parvum genotype

G. A. Codrean, Gorcea AM 2 , Negrut MN 1 , Csep NA 1 , Indries FM 1, vol.3

, Iuliu Hatieganu, vol.8, pp.2015-2018

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, WeA-P28-14H55/15H00 Evaluation of an immunochromatographic test CORIS Crypto-Strip? for the detection of Cryptosporidium parvum in stool samples

. Ouazzani-touhami-kaoutar1, EL BAYED SAKKALI Hind1,2, IDY Sanaa1, SOUSSI ABDALLAOUI Maha1, vol.2

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, Faculty of medecine and pharmacy

, Giardia 14-3-3 protein post-translational modifications: Assemblage specificity and correlation with cell growth

M. Lalle-1, Camerini 2 ; S

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, Is Cryptosporidium parvum able to induce intestinal neoplasia in vitro?

. Univ, . Lille, . Cnrs, C. Inserm, and . Lille, Institut Pasteur de Lille, U1019 -UMR 8204 -CIIL -Centre d'Infection et d'Immunite? de Lille

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, Is oxygen a crucial factor for the survival of Cryptosporidium during solar water disinfection?

M. J. Abeledo-lameiro,

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, Solar water disinfection (SODIS) is a simple, effective, sustainable and low-cost treatment that uses solar radiation as a biocide to improve the microbiological quality of drinking water. It has been shown that several factors influence the efficacy of SODIS method such as temperature, radiation intensity, turbidity, dissolved oxygen and salts, organic matter, the material and shape of the container, and the time of exposure. This work evaluates the influence of oxygen in the efficacy of SODIS procedures against the waterborne enteropathogen Cryptosporidium. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles of 330 mL were filled with well water containing 3 oxygen concentrations (approximately, 100%, 85% and 15% of saturation), spiked with Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts

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, The CerTest VIASURETM PCR simplex and multiplex assays for the detection of Giardia intestinalis, Entamoeba sp and Cryptosporidium sp.: comparative evaluation with two commercial multiplex PCR kits and routine in-house simplex PCR assay

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C. Dijon, F. (c)-laboratoire, C. Cryptosporidioses, and F. Rouen, Diagnosis of intestinal protozoal infections still relies mainly on microscopic examination. However, this approach is time-consuming, especially in non-endemic countries where the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites is low, and its performances is dependent on the operator's expertise. Recently, many commercial PCR kits have been developed in order to improve the diagnostic sensitivity of these parasitic infections. The aim of this study was to evaluate the performances of the commercial CerTest VIASURETM multiplex and simplex qPCR assays, for the detection of G. intestinalis, E. histolytica and Cryptosporidium sp. in stool samples, and to compare them with (i) two commercial multiplex qPCR assays (i.e. FAST-TRACK Diagnostics FTD Stool ParasiteTM

G. Intestinalis, E. Histolytica, and E. Cryptosporidium-sp, Dijon University Hospital, France) A panel of 174 stool samples collected between 2007 and 2017 was retrospectively included in this study. Overall, 86 samples were positives at least for one of the three protozoan parasites detected by the commercial qPCRs assays, 58 samples were negative for G. intestinalis, Entamoeba sp. and Cryptosporidium sp. but positive for other parasites and 30 samples were totally negative. We first compared all the PCR assays with microscopic examination as the gold standard and evidenced that the simplex assays did better results than the multiplex assays. In all, our in-house simplex PCR assays displayed the highest performances for the detection of G, Gastroenteritis/Parasite panel ITM (Liège, Belgique)) and (ii) an in-house simplex qPCR assays for the detection of

, Se/100% Sp) but the multiplex CerTest VIASURETM kit did better for Cryptosporidium sp, p.99

, Se/Sp for the CerTest VIASURETM, FAST-TRACK Diagnostics FTD Stool ParasiteTM and the DIAGENODE Gastroenteritis/Parasite panel ITM

, Auramine-phenol staining and light-emitting diode fluorescence microscopy and a rapid dipstick test for detection of Cryptosporidium infection: a diagnostic accuracy study in a university hospital and a rural health centre in Ethiopia

H. Øystein and . Johansen, Alemseged Abdissa 3 , Mike Zangenberg 4, Bizuwarek Sharew, vol.1

, Jimma Ethiopia.; 4Centre for Medical Parasitology, Department of Immunology and Microbiology, Department of Food Safety and Infection Biology, vol.3

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J. S. Christopher and . Hart, Andrew Riches

, Australia (2) Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Biomedical Manufacturing, vol.4111

, Metronidazole drug-resistance in Giardia: emerging roles of epigenetic and posttranslational modifications and sub-species variation

E. Walter, . Hall-institute, V. Melbourne, and A. , Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, 5. Microbial Screening TechnologiesSmithfield

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