Genotypic characterisation of Giardia from domestic dogs in the USA.

@article{Covacin2011GenotypicCO,
  title={Genotypic characterisation of Giardia from domestic dogs in the USA.},
  author={Catherine Covacin and David P AuCoin and Aileen Elliot and R. C. Andrew Thompson},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2011},
  volume={177 1-2},
  pages={28-32}
}
The first large-scale urban survey of Giardia infections in dogs was undertaken in the USA. It involved several locations in the Western United States with Giardia isolates from microscopy-positive samples characterised by multi-locus PCR and sequencing. A high prevalence of Giardia was confirmed in asymptomatic domestic dogs, and for the first time, provides evidence that zoonotic assemblages/subgroups of Giardia occur frequently in domestic dogs living in urban environments, and more… CONTINUE READING

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