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Cryptosporidiosis in Iranian farm workers and their household members: a hypothesis about possible zoonotic transmission. Izadi, Morteza; Jonaidi-Jafari, Nematollah; Saburi, Amin; Eyni, Hossein; Rezaiemanesh, Mohammad-Reza Report Jan 1, 2014 5336
Zoonotic cryptosporidiosis from petting farms, England and Wales, 1992-2009. Gormley, Fraser J.; Little, Christine L.; Chalmers, Rachel M.; Rawal, Nalini; Adak, Goutam K. Report Jan 1, 2011 1031
Cryptosporidium pig genotype II in immunocompetent man. Kvac, Martin; Kvetonova, Dana; Sak, Bohumil; Ditrich, Oleg Report Jun 1, 2009 1334
Cryptosporidium sp. rabbit genotype, a newly identified human pathogen. Chalmers, Rachel M.; Robinson, Guy; Elwin, Kristin; Hadfield, Stephen J.; Xiao, Lihua; Ryan, Una; Mo Report May 1, 2009 1339
Cryptosporidiosis outbreaks associated with recreational water use--five states, 2006. Alden, N.B.; Ghosh, T.S.; Vogt, R.L.; Andreasen, C.; Buller-Fenton, S.; Saathoff-Huber, L.; Davis, J Jul 27, 2007 2397
Cryptosporidiosis. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article Sep 1, 2004 157
Cryptosporidium parvum in oysters from commercial harvesting sites in the Chesapeake Bay. Lal, Altaf A. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 2407
Filth flies are transport hosts of cryptosporidium parvum. Bixler, Heather Brief Article Sep 1, 1999 946
Outbreaks of Escherichia coli O157:H7 infection and cryptosporidiosis associated with drinking unpasteurized apple cider - Connecticut and New York, October 1996. Jan 10, 1997 2245
Assessment of inadequately filtered public drinking water - Washington, D.C., December 1993. Sep 16, 1994 1493

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