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prevalence and molecular characterization of cryptosporidium spp. in dairy cattle, northwest china.cryptosporidium spp. cause enteric diseases in a wide range of animals, including dairy cattle. however, limited information is available regarding prevalence and molecular characterization of cryptosporidium spp. in dairy cattle in gansu province and ningxia hui autonomous region (nxhar), northwest china. a total of 2945 dairy feces samples (1257 from gansu province and 1688 from nxhar) were collected between december 2012 and march 2014 and were tested by pcr amplification of the small subunit ...201526002827
prevalence and molecular characterization of cryptosporidium spp. and giardia duodenalis in dairy cattle in beijing, china.822 fecal samples from cattle in six areas of beijing were examined with microscopy for cryptosporidium oocysts and giardia cysts. the overall infection rates for cryptosporidium spp. and giardia duodenalis were 2.55% and 1.09%, respectively. cryptosporidium was only detected in calves and heifers, whereas g. duodenalis was found in all age groups. cryptosporidium spp. were characterized with a pcr-restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis and dna sequence analysis of the small subunit ( ...201626921041
cryptosporidiosis caused by cryptosporidium parvum subtype iida15g1 at a dairy farm in northwestern china.cryptosporidium spp. are zoonotic parasites responsible for diarrhoeal diseases in animals and humans worldwide. cattle are the most common mammalian species in which cryptosporidium is detected, with pre-weaned calves considered to be reservoirs for zoonotic c. parvum. in october 2013, severe diarrhoea was observed in 396 pre-weaned calves at a farm in the ningxia autonomous region of northwestern china. 356 of the infected calves died despite antibiotic therapy.201425430474
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