Cryptosporidium parvum GP60 subtypes in dairy cattle from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

@article{Coco2014CryptosporidiumPG,
  title={Cryptosporidium parvum GP60 subtypes in dairy cattle from Buenos Aires, Argentina.},
  author={Valeria Fernanda Del Coco and Mar{\'i}a Alejandra C{\'o}rdoba and Gladys Bilbao and Aldana Pinto de Almeida Castro and J. Basualdo and Ronald Fayer and M{\'o}nica Sant{\'i}n},
  journal={Research in veterinary science},
  year={2014},
  volume={96 2},
  pages={311-4}
}
Cryptosporidium parvum from 73 dairy calves less than two months old from Buenos Aires province (Argentina) were molecularly characterized using sequence analysis of the GP60 gene. Seventy-five sequences were obtained, and seven different subtypes were identified, all belonging to the IIa subtype family. The most common subtypes were IIaA20G1R1 (27/75), IIaA22G1R1 (16/75), and IIaA18G1R1 (13/75). Subtypes IIaA21G1R1, IIaA23G1R1, IIaA16G1R1 and IIaA19G1R1 were found sporadically. Two samples… CONTINUE READING

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