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cryptosporidium spp. in wild, laboratory, and pet rodents in china: prevalence and molecular understand the prevalence of cryptosporidium infection in rodents in china and to assess the potential role of rodents as a source for human cryptosporidiosis, 723 specimens from 18 rodent species were collected from four provinces of china and examined between august 2007 and december 2008 by microscopy after using sheather's sugar flotation and modified acid-fast staining. cryptosporidium oocysts were detected in 83 specimens, with an overall prevalence of 11.5%. phodopus sungorus, phodopus ...200919820152
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