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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Research

Correlation between Subtypes of Cryptosporidium parvum in Humans and Risk

Paul R. Hunter*, Stephen J. Hadfield†, Dawn Wilkinson*, Iain R. Lake*, Florence C.D. Harrison*, and Rachel M. Chalmers†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom; †National Public Health Service for Wales, Swansea, United Kingdom;

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Table 1

Distribution of multilocus fragment types (MLFTs) for Cryptosporidim strains typeable at all 3 loci

Species/MLFTNo. strains%ML1 alleleML2 allelegp60 allele
C. hominis
  H19589.6233180371
  H232.8239180371
  H321.9242180371
  H410.9224180371
  H510.9233180407
  H610.9233180353
  H710.9218180371
  H810.9218180413
  H910.9233180341
C. parvum
  P1812.7242229341
  P257.9242229338
  P323.2227193329
  P423.2227195338
  P569.5242231341
  P646.3242233338
  P769.5242231338
  P834.8242233341
  P911.6242225341
  P1011.6242227338
  P1111.6242229332
  P1211.6242229359
  P1311.6242229347
  P1411.6242231356
  P1611.6242231344
  P1734.8242231347
  P1811.6242233347
  P1911.6242235338
  P2011.6242237341
  P2111.6242231350
  P2211.6227193320
  P2323.2227195326
  P2411.6227223332
  P2523.2227197311
  P2611.6227231341
  P2711.6227195353
  P2811.6227193326
  P2911.6227193329
  P3011.6227195332
  P3111.6227229326
  P3211.6242237338

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