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human infective potential of cryptosporidium spp., giardia duodenalis and enterocytozoon bieneusi in urban wastewater treatment plant effluents.cryptosporidiosis, giardiasis, and microsporidiosis are important waterborne diseases. in the standard for wastewater treatment plant (wwtp) effluents in china and other countries, the fecal coliform count is the only microbial indicator, raising concerns about the potential for pathogen transmission through wwtp effluent reuse. in this study, we collected 50 effluent samples (30 l/sample) from three municipal wwtps in shanghai, china, and analyzed for cryptosporidium spp., giardia duodenalis an ...201627280607
occurrence, source, and human infection potential of cryptosporidium and enterocytozoon bieneusi in drinking source water in shanghai, china, during a pig carcass disposal incident.in march 2013, thousands of domestic pig carcasses were found floating in the huangpu river, a drinking source water in shanghai, china. to investigate the impact of the pig carcass incident on microbial water quality, 178 river water samples were collected from the upper huangpu river from march 2013 to march 2014. samples were concentrated by calcium carbonate flocculation and examined for host-adapted cryptosporidium and enterocytozoon bieneusi by ploymerase chain reaction (pcr). positive pcr ...201425383482
genotypes of cryptosporidium spp., enterocytozoon bieneusi and giardia duodenalis in dogs and cats in shanghai, china.controversies exist on the potential role of companion animals in the transmission of enteric pathogens in humans. this study was conducted to examine the genotype distribution of cryptosporidium spp., enterocytozoon bieneusi, and giardia duodenalis in companion animals in shanghai, china, and to assess their zoonotic potential.201626932267
environmental transport of emerging human-pathogenic cryptosporidium species and subtypes through combined sewer overflow and wastewater.the environmental transport of cryptosporidium spp. through combined sewer overflow (cso) and the occurrence of several emerging human-pathogenic cryptosporidium species in developing countries remain unclear. in this study, we collected 40 cso samples and 40 raw wastewater samples from shanghai, china, and examined them by pcr and dna sequencing for cryptosporidium species (targeting the small subunit rrna gene) and giardia duodenalis (targeting the triosephosphate isomerase, β-giardin, and glu ...201728600310
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