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    1. Arora, H; LeChevallier, M; Battigelli, D
      Effectiveness of chlorine dioxide in meeting the enhanced surface water treatment and disinfection by-products rules

      JOURNAL OF WATER SERVICES RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY-AQUA
    2. Fried, B; Reddy, A; Balfour, CD
      Excystation and distribution of metacercariae of Echinostoma caproni in ICR mice

      COMPARATIVE PARASITOLOGY
    3. Rossi, ML; Balfour, CD; Fried, B
      Excystation and infectivity of Echinostoma caproni metacercariae after prolonged storage

      COMPARATIVE PARASITOLOGY
    4. Reiner, DS; McCaffery, JM; Gillin, FD
      Reversible interruption of Giardia lamblia cyst wall protein transport in a novel regulated secretory pathway

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Bernander, R; Palm, JED; Svard, SG
      Genome ploidy in different stages of the Giardia lamblia life cycle

      CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Dorsch, MR; Veal, DA
      Oligonucleotide probes for specific detection of Giardia lamblia cysts by fluorescent in situ hybridization

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Huang, KH; Yang, SG; Healey, MC
      Effects of hydrogen peroxide on in vitro infection of Cryptosporidium parvum

      PROGRESS IN NATURAL SCIENCE
    8. Freire-Santos, F; Oteiza-Lopez, AM; Castro-Hermida, JA; Garcia-Martin, O; Ares-Mazas, ME
      Viability and infectivity of oocysts recovered from clams, Ruditapes philippinarum, experimentally contaminated with Cryptosporidium parvum

      PARASITOLOGY RESEARCH
    9. Finch, GR; Belosevic, M
      Controlling Giardia spp. and Cryptosporidium spp. in drinking water by microbial reduction processes

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    10. Hirata, T; Shimura, A; Morita, S; Suzuki, M; Motoyama, N; Hoshikawa, H; Moniwa, T; Kaneko, M
      The effect of temperature on the efficacy of ozonation for inactivating Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. Rennecker, JL; Corona-Vasquez, B; Driedger, AM; Rubin, SA; Marinas, BJ
      Inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts with sequential applicationof ozone and combined chlorine

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    12. Finch, GR; Haas, CN; Oppenheimer, JA; Gordon, G; Trussell, RR
      Design criteria for inactivation of Cryptosporidium by ozone in drinking water

      OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
    13. Gyurek, LL; Neumann, NF; Finch, GR; Belosevic, M
      Comparison between animal infectivity and nucleic acid staining for determination of viability of ozone-inactivated Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts

      OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
    14. Ganguly, A; Lohia, A
      The cell cycle of Entamoeba invadens during vegetative growth and differentiation

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    15. Driedger, AM; Rennecker, JL; Marinas, BJ
      Inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts with ozone and monochloramine at low temperature

      WATER RESEARCH
    16. Gold, D; Stein, B; Tzipori, S
      The utilization of sodium taurocholate in excystation of Cryptosporidium parvum and infection of tissue culture

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    17. Kato, S; Jenkins, MB; Ghiorse, WC; Bowman, DD
      Chemical and physical factors affecting the excystation of Cryptosporidiumparvum oocysts

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    18. Gobet, P; Toze, S
      Relevance of Cryptosporidium parvum hsp70 mRNA amplification as a tool to discriminate between viable and dead oocysts

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    19. Drescher, AC; Greene, DM; Gadgil, AJ
      Cryptosporidium inactivation by low-pressure UV in a water disinfection device

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    20. Makioka, A; Kumagai, M; Ohtomo, H; Kobayashi, S; Takeuchi, T
      Entamoeba invadens: Enhancement of excystation and metacystic development by cytochalasin D

      EXPERIMENTAL PARASITOLOGY
    21. Rennecker, JL; Kim, JH; Corona-Vasquez, B; Marinas, BJ
      Role of disinfectant concentration and pH in the inactivation kinetics of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts with ozone and monochloramine

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    22. Weir, C; Vesey, G; Slade, M; Ferrari, B; Veal, DA; Williams, K
      An immunoglobulin G1 monoclonal antibody highly specific to the wall of Cryptosporidium oocysts

      CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY IMMUNOLOGY
    23. Korich, DG; Marshall, MM; Smith, HV; O'Grady, J; Bukhari, Z; Fricker, CR; Rosen, JP; Clancy, JL
      Inter-laboratory comparison of the CD-1 neonatal mouse logistic dose-response model for Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    24. Lindsay, DS; Upton, SJ; Owens, DS; Morgan, UM; Mead, JR; Blagburn, BL
      Cryptosporidium andersoni n. sp (Apicomplexa : Cryptosporiidae) from cattle, Bos taurus

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    25. Neumann, NF; Gyurek, LL; Finch, GR; Belosevic, M
      Intact Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts isolated after in vitro excystation are infectious to neonatal mice

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    26. Hirata, T; Chikuma, D; Shimura, A; Hashimoto, A; Motoyama, N; Takahashi, K; Moniwa, T; Kaneko, M; Saito, S; Maede, S
      Effects of ozonation and chlorination on viability and infectivity of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    27. Kanjo, Y; Kimata, I; Iseki, M; Miyanaga, S; Okada, H; Banno, C; Matsumoto, M; Shimada, Y
      Inactivation of Cryptosporidium spp. oocysts with ozone and ultraviolet irradiation evaluated by in vitro excystation and animal infectivity

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    28. Somiya, I; Fujii, S; Kishimoto, N; Kim, RH
      Development of a mathematical model of Cryptosporidium inactivation by ozonation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Somiya, I; Fujii, S; Kishimoto, N; Kim, RH
      Development of ATP assay as a surrogate indicator of viability of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    30. Owens, JH; Miltner, RJ; Rice, EW; Johnson, CH; Dahling, DR; Schaefer, FW; Shukairy, HM
      Pilot-scale ozone inactivation of Cryptosporidium and other microorganismsin natural water

      OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
    31. Bukhari, Z; Marshall, MM; Korich, DG; Fricker, CR; Smith, HV; Rosen, J; Clancy, JL
      Comparison of Cryptosporidium parvum viability and infectivity assays following ozone treatment of oocysts

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Delaunay, A; Gargala, G; Li, XD; Favennec, L; Ballet, JJ
      Quantitative flow cytometric evaluation of maximal Cryptosporidium parvum oocyst infectivity in a neonate mouse model

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Neumann, NF; Gyurek, LL; Gammie, L; Finch, GR; Belosevic, M
      Comparison of animal infectivity and nucleic acid staining for assessment of Cryptosporidium parvum viability in water

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Huffman, DE; Slifko, TR; Salisbury, K; Rose, JB
      Inactivation of bacteria, virus and Cryptosporidium by a point-of-use device using pulsed broad spectrum white light

      WATER RESEARCH
    35. Robertson, LJ; Paton, CA; Campbell, AT; Smith, PG; Jackson, MH; Gilmour, RA; Black, SE; Stevenson, DA; Smith, HV
      Giardia cysts and Cryptosporidium oocysts at sewage treatment works in Scotland, UK

      WATER RESEARCH
    36. Ruffell, KM; Rennecker, JL; Marinas, BJ
      Inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts with chlorine dioxide

      WATER RESEARCH
    37. Craik, SA; Finch, GR; Bolton, JR; Belosevic, M
      Inactivation of Giardia muris cysts using medium-pressure ultraviolet radiation in filtered drinking water

      WATER RESEARCH
    38. Rennecker, JL; Driedger, AM; Rubin, SA; Marinas, BJ
      Synergy in sequential inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum with ozone/free chlorine and ozone/monochloramine

      WATER RESEARCH
    39. Driedger, AM; Rennecker, JL; Marinas, BJ
      Sequential inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts with ozone and free chlorine

      WATER RESEARCH
    40. McCuin, RM; Bukhari, Z; Clancy, JL
      Recovery and viability of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts and Giardia intestinalis cysts using the membrane dissolution procedure

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    41. Haas, CN; Aturaliye, D
      Semi-quantitative characterization of electroporation-assisted disinfection processes for inactivation of Giardia and Cryptosporidium

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    42. Brown, TJ; Donaghy, MJ; Keys, EA; Ionas, G; Learmonth, JJ; McLenachan, PA; Clarke, JK
      The viability of Giardia intestinalis and Giardia muris cysts in seawater

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH
    43. Wesche, SJ; Adlard, RD; Lester, RJG
      Survival of spores of the oyster pathogen Marteilia sydneyi (Protozoa, Paramyxea) as assessed using fluorogenic dyes

      DISEASES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS
    44. Deng, MQ; Cliver, DO
      Cryptosporidium parvum studies with dairy products

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    45. Jenkins, MB; Walker, MJ; Bowman, DD; Anthony, LC; Ghiorse, WC
      Use of a sentinel system for field measurements of Cryptosporidium parvum oocyst inactivation in soil and animal waste

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    46. Widmer, G; Orbacz, EA; Tzipori, S
      beta-tubulin mRNA as a marker of Cryptosporidium parvum oocyst viability

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    47. Bukhari, Z; Glen, WG; Clancy, JL
      Effects of pH on a fluorogenic vital dyes assay (4 ',6 '-diamidino-2-phenyl-indole and propidium iodide) for Cryptosporidium sp oocysts

      WATER RESEARCH
    48. Rennecker, JL; Marinas, BJ; Owens, JH; Rice, EW
      Inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts with ozone

      WATER RESEARCH
    49. Chen, XQ; Singh, M; Howe, J; Ho, LC; Tan, SW; Yap, EH
      In vitro encystation and excystation of Blastocystis ratti

      PARASITOLOGY
    50. Harris, JR; Petry, F
      Cryptosporidium parvum: Structural components of the oocyst wall

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    51. Gonzalez, J; Bai, GX; Frevert, U; Corey, EJ; Eichinger, D
      Proteasome-dependent cyst formation and stage-specific ubiquitin mRNA accumulation in Entamoeba invadens

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Hoglund, CE; Stenstrom, TAB
      Survival of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in source separated human urine

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    53. VESEY G; ASHBOLT N; FRICKER EJ; DEERE D; WILLIAMS KL; VEAL DA; DORSCH M
      THE USE OF A RIBOSOMAL-RNA-TARGETED OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROBE FOR FLUORESCENT LABELING OF VIABLE CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS

      Journal of applied microbiology
    54. Svard, SG; Meng, TC; Hetsko, ML; McCaffery, JM; Gillin, FD
      Differentiation-associated surface antigen variation in the ancient eukaryote Giardia lamblia

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    55. KARANIS P; EY PL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AXENIC ISOLATES OF GIARDIA-INTESTINALIS ESTABLISHED FROM HUMANS AND ANIMALS IN GERMANY

      Parasitology research
    56. THIRIAT L; SIDANER F; SCHWARTZBROD J
      DETERMINATION OF GIARDIA CYST VIABILITY IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND FECAL SAMPLES BY IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE, FLUOROGENIC DYE STAINING AND DIFFERENTIALINTERFERENCE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY

      Letters in applied microbiology
    57. SUN CH; CHOU CF; TAI JH
      STABLE DNA TRANSFECTION OF THE PRIMITIVE PROTOZOAN PATHOGEN GIARDIA-LAMBLIA

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    58. JENKINS MB; GHIORSE WC; ANGUISH LJ; BOWMAN DD; WALKER MJ
      VIABILITY OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS - ASSESSMENT BY THE DYE PERMEABILITY ASSAY - AUTHORS REPLY

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    59. ROBERTSON LJ; CAMPBELL AT; SMITH HV
      VIABILITY OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS - ASSESSMENT BY THE DYE PERMEABILITY ASSAY

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    60. JENKINS MB; BOWMAN DD; GHIORSE WC
      INACTIVATION OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS BY AMMONIA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    61. Smith, HV
      Detection of parasites in the environment

      PARASITOLOGY
    62. Goater, AD; Pethig, R
      Electrorotation and dielectrophoresis

      PARASITOLOGY
    63. SPEER CA; CLARK S; DUBEY JP
      ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE OOCYSTS, SPOROCYSTS, AND SPOROZOITES OF TOXOPLASMA-GONDII

      The Journal of parasitology
    64. LINDSAY DS; QUICK DP; STEGER AM; TOIVIOKINNUCAN MA; BLAGBURN BL
      COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PORCINE COCCIDIUM ISOSPORA-SUIS BIESTER, 1934 IN CELL-CULTURES

      The Journal of parasitology
    65. PAGET TA; MACECHKO PT; JARROLL EL
      METABOLIC CHANGES IN GIARDIA-INTESTINALIS DURING DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of parasitology
    66. DENG MQ; CLIVER DO
      CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM DEVELOPMENT IN THE BS-C-1 CELL-LINE

      The Journal of parasitology
    67. Fayer, R; Trout, JM; Jenkins, MC
      Infectivity of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts stored in water at environmental temperatures

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    68. BRASSEUR P; UGUEN C; MORENOSABATER A; FAVENNEC L; BALLET JJ
      VIABILITY OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS IN NATURAL-WATERS

      Folia parasitologica
    69. HETSKO ML; MCCAFFERY JM; SVARD SG; MENG TC; QUE XC; GILLIN FD
      CELLULAR AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL CHANGES DURING EXCYSTATION OF GIARDIA-LAMBLIA IN-VITRO

      Experimental parasitology
    70. CLANCY JL; HARGY TM; MARSHALL MM; DYKSEN JE
      UV-LIGHT INACTIVATION OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM OOCYSTS

      Journal - American Water Works Association
    71. WINIECKAKRUSNELL J; LINDER E
      CYSTICIDAL EFFECT OF CHLORINE DIOXIDE ON GIARDIA-INTESTINALIS CYSTS

      Acta Tropica
    72. JAKEL T; HENKE M; WEINGARTEN B; KLIEMT D; SEIDINGER S
      IN-VITRO CULTIVATION OF THE VASCULAR PHASE OF SARCOCYSTIS-SINGAPORENSIS

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    73. BUKHARI Z; SMITH HV
      CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM - OOCYST EXCRETION AND VIABILITY PATTERNS IN EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED LAMBS

      Epidemiology and infection
    74. GYUREK LL; FINCH GR; BELOSEVIC M
      MODELING CHLORINE INACTIVATION REQUIREMENTS OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUMOOCYSTS

      Journal of environmental engineering
    75. ABDULSALAM J; SREELATHA BS; ASHKANANI HM
      PROCTOECES-MACULATUS (DIGENEA, FELLODISTOMIDAE) METACERCARIA IN THE GASTROPOD PRIOTROCHUS-OBSCURUS IN KUWAIT BAY - OCCURRENCE AND SURFACE-MORPHOLOGY

      Helminthologia
    76. TURNER NA; BIAGINI GA; LLOYD D
      ANAEROBIOSIS-INDUCED DIFFERENTIATION OF ACANTHAMOEBA-CASTELLANII

      FEMS microbiology letters
    77. SAVINI G; ROBERTSON ID; DUNSMORE JD
      EXCYSTATION RATES AND INFECTIVITY OF SPOROCYSTS OF SARCOCYSTIS-CRUZI EXPOSED TO DIFFERENT TREATMENTS AND STORAGES

      Veterinary parasitology
    78. SMITH HV; HAYES CR
      THE STATUS OF UK METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM SPP OOCYSTS AND GIARDIA SPP CYSTS IN WATER CONCENTRATES

      Water science and technology
    79. EICHINGER D
      ENCYSTATION OF ENTAMOEBA PARASITES

      BioEssays
    80. ARGUELLOGARCIA R; ORTEGAPIERRES MG
      GIARDIA-DUODENALIS - ANALYSIS OF HUMORAL IMMUNE-RESPONSE IN EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED GERBILS (MERIONES-UNGUICULATUS)

      Archives of medical research
    81. DENG MQ; CLIVER DO; MARIAM TW
      IMMUNOMAGNETIC CAPTURE PCR TO DETECT VIABLE CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL-SAMPLES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    82. ANGUISH LJ; GHIORSE WC
      COMPUTER-ASSISTED LASER-SCANNING AND VIDEO MICROSCOPY FOR ANALYSIS OFCRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS IN SOIL, SEDIMENT, AND FECES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    83. JENKINS MB; ANGUISH LJ; BOWMAN DD; WALKER MJ; GHIORSE WC
      ASSESSMENT OF A DYE PERMEABILITY ASSAY FOR DETERMINATION OF INACTIVATION RATES OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    84. ABBASZADEGAN M; HUBER MS; GERBA CP; PEPPER IL
      DETECTION OF VIABLE GIARDIA CYSTS BY AMPLIFICATION OF HEAT SHOCK-INDUCED MESSENGER-RNA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    85. FORNEY JR; YANG SG; HEALEY MC
      ANTAGONISTIC EFFECT OF HUMAN ALPHA-1-ANTITRYPSIN ON EXCYSTATION OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS

      The Journal of parasitology
    86. FRIED B; REDDY A
      COMPARATIVE-STUDIES ON EXCYSTATION AND MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE METACERCARIAE OF ECHINOSTOMA-PARAENSEI AND ECHINOSTOMA-CAPRONI

      International journal for parasitology
    87. BELOSEVIC M; GUY RA; TAGHIKILANI R; NEUMANN NF; GYUREK LL; LIYANAGE LRJ; MILLARD PJ; FINCH GR
      NUCLEIC-ACID STAINS AS INDICATORS OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYST VIABILITY

      International journal for parasitology
    88. VESEY G; GRIFFITHS KR; GAUCI MR; DEERE D; WILLIAMS KL; VEAL DA
      SIMPLE AND RAPID MEASUREMENT OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM EXCYSTATION USING FLOW-CYTOMETRY

      International journal for parasitology
    89. DOWD SE; PILLAI SD
      A RAPID VIABILITY ASSAY FOR CRYPTOSPORIDIUM OOCYSTS AND GIARDIA CYSTSFOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH INDIRECT FLUORESCENT-ANTIBODY DETECTION

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    90. NESTERENKO MV; WOODS KM; UPTON SJ
      EFFECTIVE NONRADIOACTIVE METHOD OF SURFACE LABELING CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM SPOROZOITES

      Acta Tropica
    91. KOUDELA B; KARR CD; MEYER EA; MEYER B; JARROLL EL
      IN-VITRO EXCYSTATION OF SPIRONUCLEUS-MURIS

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    92. BROWN SMA; MCDONALD V; DENTON H; COOMBS GH
      THE USE OF A NEW VIABILITY ASSAY TO DETERMINE THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM AND EIMERIA SPOROZOITES TO RESPIRATORY INHIBITORS AND EXTREMES OF PH

      FEMS microbiology letters
    93. BLACK EK; FINCH GR; TAGHIKILANI R; BELOSEVIC M
      COMPARISON OF ASSAYS FOR CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM OOCYSTS VIABILITY AFTER CHEMICAL DISINFECTION

      FEMS microbiology letters
    94. QUINN CM; ARCHER GP; BETTS WB; ONEILL JG
      DOSE-DEPENDENT DIELECTROPHORETIC RESPONSE OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM OOCYSTS TREATED WITH OZONE

      Letters in applied microbiology
    95. LABERGE I; GRIFFITHS MW; GRIFFITHS MW
      PREVALENCE, DETECTION AND CONTROL OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM IN FOOD

      International journal of food microbiology
    96. QUE XC; SVARD SG; MENG TC; HETSKO ML; ALEY SB; GILLIN FD
      DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED TRANSCRIPTS AND EVIDENCE OF DIFFERENTIAL MESSENGER-RNA PROCESSING IN GIARDIA-LAMBLIA

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    97. WALLIS PM; ERLANDSEN SL; ISAACRENTON JL; OLSON ME; ROBERTSON WJ; VANKEULEN H
      PREVALENCE OF GIARDIA CYSTS AND CRYPTOSPORIDIUM OOCYSTS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GIARDIA SPP ISOLATED FROM DRINKING-WATER IN CANADA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    98. OKHUYSEN PC; CHAPPELL CL; KETTNER C; STERLING CR
      CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM METALLOAMINOPEPTIDASE INHIBITORS PREVENT IN-VITRO EXCYSTATION

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    99. GILLIN FD; REINER DS; MCCAFFERY JM
      CELL BIOLOGY OF THE PRIMITIVE EUKARYOTE GIARDIA-LAMBLIA

      Annual review of microbiology
    100. CLOPTON RE; GOLD RE
      HOST-SPECIFICITY OF GREGARINA-BLATTARUM VON SIEBOLD, 1839 (APICOMPLEXA, EUGREGARINIDA) AMONG 5 SPECIES OF DOMICILIARY COCKROACHES

      Journal of invertebrate pathology


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