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Cryptosporidium and Giardia as foodborne zoonoses
H.V. Smith;S.M. Cacciò;N. Cook;R.A.B. Nichols.
Veterinary Parasitology (2007)
Tools for investigating the environmental transmission of Cryptosporidium and Giardia infections in humans
Huw V. Smith;Simone M. Cacciò;Andy Tait;Jim McLauchlin.
Trends in Parasitology (2006)
Population Structures and the Role of Genetic Exchange in the Zoonotic Pathogen Cryptosporidium parvum
Marianne Mallon;Annette MacLeod;Jonathan Wastling;Huw Smith.
Journal of Molecular Evolution (2003)
Multilocus genotyping of Cryptosporidium parvum Type 2: population genetics and sub-structuring.
Marianne E Mallon;Annette MacLeod;Jonathan M Wastling;Huw Smith.
Infection, Genetics and Evolution (2003)
Application of a reverse line blot assay to the study of haemoparasites in cattle in Uganda.
C.A.L. Oura;Richard P. Bishop;E.M. Wampande;G.W. Lubega.
International Journal for Parasitology (2004)
Minisatellite marker analysis of Trypanosoma brucei: Reconciliation of clonal, panmictic, and epidemic population genetic structures
A. MacLeod;A. Tweedie;S. C. Welburn;I. Maudlin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Epidemiological relationships of Trypanosoma brucei stocks from south east Uganda: evidence for different population structures in human infective and non-human infective isolates.
G. Hide;S. C. Welburn;A. Tait;I. Maudlin.
Trypanosoma brucei aquaglyceroporin 2 is a high-affinity transporter for pentamidine and melaminophenyl arsenic drugs and the main genetic determinant of resistance to these drugs
Jane C. Munday;Anthonius A. Eze;Anthonius A. Eze;Nicola Baker;Lucy Glover.
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (2014)
Natural Cryptosporidium hominis infections in Scottish cattle
H. V. Smith;R. A. B. Nichols;M. Mallon;A. Macleod.
Veterinary Record (2005)
A high level of mixed Trypanosoma brucei infections in tsetse flies detected by three hypervariable minisatellites.
Annette MacLeod;C.Michael R. Turner;Andy Tait.
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology (1999)
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