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Cryptosporidium hominis genotypes involved in increased incidence and clusters of cases, Navarra, Spain, 2012.
Epidemiol Infect . 2015 Apr;143(5):1033-6.
SUMMARY Two clusters of confirmed cryptosporidiosis infections were detected in Navarra, Spain, in the summer of 2012, in the context of an increased incidence in the region. Molecular subtyping of Cryptosporidium hominis determined that one cluster, occurring in an urban area, was due to the predominant circulating subtype IbA10G2R2 and the other cluster, with cases occurring in a rural area, was due to a rare subtype IaA18R3. No single exposure was associated with infection, although exposure to certain children's pools was reported by a majority of patients interviewed in each cluster. Genotyping tools were useful in the investigation and could aid investigation of cryptosporidiosis outbreaks in Spain in the future.
Disease Outbreaks | Adolescent | Child | Child, Preschool | Cryptosporidiosis | Cryptosporidium | DNA, Protozoan | Feces | Female | Genotype | Humans | Incidence | Infant | Male | Rural Population | Sequence Analysis, DNA | Spain | Urban Population
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