PCR slippage across the ML-2 microsatellite of the cryptosporidium MIC1 locus enables development of a PCR assay capable of distinguishing the zoonotic cryptosporidium parvum from other human infectious cryptosporidium species

M. A. Webber, Ika Puspa Sari, D. Hoefel, P. T. Monis, B. J. King

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