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Table 1 Cryptosporidium species/genotypes and Giardia duodenalis assemblages in cervids in this study

From: Prevalence and molecular characterization of Cryptosporidium spp. and Giardia duodenalis in deer in Henan and Jilin, China

Province Farm No. of samples Cryptosporidium spp. Giardia duodenalis
No. positive Prevalence (95% CI) Species/genotype (n) No. positive Prevalence (95% CI) Assemblage (n)
Jilin Yutan-A 29 2 6.9 (0–16.7) C. parvum (1); C. ubiquitum (1)
Yutan-B 65 4 6.2 (0.2–12.2) C. andersoni (1); C. ubiquitum (1); deer genotype (2)
Shuangyang-A 52 6 11.6 (2.6–20.5) C. parvum (2); C. andersoni (3); deer genotype (1)
Shuangyang-B 32 2 6.3 (0–15.1) Deer genotype (2)
Zuojia-A 50 5 10 (1.4–18.6) C. parvum (1); deer genotype (4)
Zuojia-B 13 1 7.7 (0–24.5) C. parvum (1)
Zuojia-C 120 7 5.8 (1.6–10.1) Deer genotype (7)
Tonghua 102 5 4.9 (0.6–9.2) C. muris (1); deer genotype (4)
Henan Yuanyang 47 3 6.4 (0–13.6) C. ubiquitum (1); deer genotype (2)
Xinxian 56 5 8.9 (1.2–16.6) C. parvum (2); C. andersoni (1); C. suis-like (1); deer genotype (1) 1 1.8 (0–5.4) E (1)
Qixian 96 5 5.2 (0.7–9.7) C. parvum (4); deer genotype (1) 4 4.2 (0.1–8.2) E (4)
Total   662 45 6.8 (4.9–8.7) C. parvum (11); C. andersoni (5); C. ubiquitum (3); C. muris (1); C. suis-like (1); deer genotype (24) 5 0.8 (0.1–1.4) E (5)