Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis
From the microscopic observation of infection to the widespread application of molecular techniques in taxonomy and epidemiology, to the genome sequencing of two major species and advances in biochemistry, phylogeny, and water treatment, new information on this fascinating genus continues to mount as we discover and utilize the latest scientific te
13 Waste Management
14 Fish Amphibians and Reptiles
16 Zoo and Wild Mammals
17 Companion Animals
19 Animal Models
9 Prophylaxis and Chemotherapy
10 Foodborne Transmission
20 In Vitro Cultivation
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