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prevalence of cryptosporidium infections in pigs in aragón (northeastern spain).faecal samples from 620 pigs randomly selected from 27 farms throughout aragón were examined to determine the prevalence of cryptosporidium infections. detection of oocysts was performed using the ethyl-acetate stool concentration method and the modified ziehl-neelsen technique. cryptosporidium parvum oocysts were identified in 136 (21.9%) pigs from 21 (77.8%) farms. infected animals ranged from 1 to 6 months old and oocysts were not detected in suckling piglets or adults. infection rates were s ...19969011017
prevalence of intestinal parasites, including cryptosporidium parvum, in dogs in zaragoza city, spain.faecal samples from 81 dogs aged between 2 months and 13 years were collected in the small animal clinic (37 domestic dogs) and the animal shelter (44 stray dogs) located in the faculty of veterinary sciences in zaragoza city (northeast spain) and screened for the presence of cryptosporidium oocysts. faeces were concentrated by the formalin-ethyl acetate method and smears of the sediment were stained by using the modified ziehl-neelsen technique. cryptosporidium parvum oocysts were detected in s ...19969017864
prevalence and analysis of potential risk factors for cryptosporidium parvum infection in lambs in zaragoza (northeastern spain).an epidemiologic study was carried out to investigate the prevalence of and to identify factors associated with the risk of cryptosporidium infection in sheep in zaragoza (northeastern spain). faecal samples from 583 lambs aged from 1 day to 3 months and 205 ewes older than 1 year were collected at 89 farms in the two regions of the province of zaragoza with the highest sheep population (zaragoza and ejea de los caballeros). in every sheep farm, data of the factors potentially associated with th ...200211836029
cryptosporidium genotypes and subtypes in lambs and goat kids in provide information on the transmission dynamics of cryptosporidial infections in domestic small ruminants and the potential role of sheep and goats as a source for human cryptosporidiosis, cryptosporidium-positive isolates from 137 diarrheic lambs and 17 goat kids younger than 21 days of age were examined by using genotyping and subtyping techniques. fecal specimens were collected between 2004 and 2006 from 71 sheep and 7 goat farms distributed throughout aragón (northeastern spain). cryptos ...200818621872
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