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Table 3 Prevalence and genotype distribution of Enterocytozoon bieneusi in rodents worldwide (Li et al. [1])

From: Host-adaptation of the rare Enterocytozoon bieneusi genotype CHN4 in Myocastor coypus (Rodentia: Echimyidae) in China

Host Location Infection rate (%) (No. positive/Total no.) Genotype (n) References
Alashan ground
squirrel
China 3.0 (3/99) HN39 (1), HN96 (1), YAK1 (1) Xu et al. [9]
Chipmunk USA 71.4 (5/7) WL4 (3), Type IV (1), WL23 (1) Guo et al. [13]
China 17.6 (49/279) D (6), Nig7 (4), CHG9 (2), CHY1 (5), SCC-1 (17), SCC-2 (9), SCC-3 (5), SCC-4 (1) Deng et al. [30]
Eastern gray squirrel USA 29.7 (11/37) WL4 (5), Type IV (3), PtEb V (1), WL21 (1), WW6 (2) Guo et al. [13]
Himalayan marmot China 11.8 (47/399) ZY37 (27), YAK1 (17), SN45 (1), XH47 (1), ZY83 (1) Xu et al. [9]
Prairie dog USA 48.3 (14/29) Rowa (14) Roellig et al. [22]
Red-bellied tree squirrel China 16.7 (24/144) D (18), EbpC (3), SC02 (1), CE01 (1), horse2 (1) Deng et al. [29]
China 4.2 (1/24) D (1) Zhao et al. [24]
Red squirrels China 19.4 (61/314) D (27), SCC-2 (18), SCC-4 (12), RS01 (2), RS02 (2) Deng et al. [18]
Woodchuck USA 100 (5/5) Type IV (1)b, WL20 (1), WL4 (2), WL22 (1, WW6 (1) Guo et al. [13]
Asian house rat China 23.1 (31/134) PigEbITS7 (16), D (12), ESH-02 (1), Type-IV (1), EbpA (1) Zhao et al. [24]
Brown rat China 7.9 (19/242) D (17), Peru6 (2) Zhao et al. [8]
China 2.5 (7/277) CHG14(3), BEB6(2), D(1), CHG2(1) Yu et al. [14]
China 17.2 (17/152) D (12), Peru11(3), S7 (1), SCC-2 (1) Wang et al. [23]
China 14.3 (8/56) D (3), PigEbITS7 (1), Type IV (1), Peru 8 (1), HNR-I (1), HNR-II (1) Zhao et al. [24]
China 4.8 (14/291) EbpA (7), EbpC (3), CHY1 (2), N (1), SHR1 (1) Li et al. [16]
Chinese white-bellied rat China 18.2 (6/33) D (3), PigEBITS7 (2), Type-IV (1) Zhao et al. [24]
Deer mouse USA 23.6 (13/55) WL4 (10), WL23 (2), WL25 (1) Guo et al. [13]
Edwardʼs long-tailed rat China 7.9 (3/38) D (2), HNR-III (1) Zhao et al. [24]
House mouse China 3.2 (1/31) D (1) Yu et al. [14]
Czech/German border 10.7 (31/289) D (10), PigEBITS5 (7), CZ3 (4), Peru8 (4), C (2), EbpA (2), H (1), S6 (1) Sak et al. [19]
Poland 28.6 (6/21) WR3 (1) Perec-Matysiak et al. [21]
Indo-Chinese forest rat China 9.3 (5/54) D (3), Type-IV (1), HNR-III (1) Zhao et al. [24]
Lesser rice-field rat China 36.4 (16/44) HNR-VII (15), D (1) Zhao et al. [24]
Striped field mouse Poland 42.9 (79/184) D (6), gorilla 1 (1), WR5 (1), WR8 (2), WR7 (1) Perec-Matysiak et al. [21]
Yellow-necked mouse Poland 30.0 (18/60) D (2), WR1 (1), WR4 (1), WR6 (6), WR9 (1) Perec-Matysiak et al. [21]
White-toothed rat/giant rat China 33.3 (76/228) PigEBITS7 (22), D (14), K (8), Peru8 (2), CQR1 (10), CQR2 (15), CQR3 (1), GDR1(2), GDR2 (1) Gui et al. [31]
Bank vole Poland 39.1 (18/46) D (2), WR2 (1), WR6 (2), WR10 (2) Perec-Matysiak et al. [21]
Muskrat USA 8.4 (20/239) WL4 (8), WL15 (4), EbpC (3), D (2), WL10 (1), WL14 (1), WL6 (1) Sulaiman et al. [20]
Vole USA 26.7 (4/15) Peru11 (2), WL21(2), type IV (1), WL20 (1) Guo et al. [13]
Bamboo rat China 5.1 (22/435) D (17), J (1), BR1 (1), BR2 (1), EbpA (1), PigEBITS7 (1) Wang et al. [15]
China 15.4 (18/117) D (15), Peru 11 (1), HNR-IV (1), HNR-V(1) Zhao et al. [24]
Beaver USA 15.3 (13/85) EbpC (5), D (4), WL7, WL9, WL12, and WL15 (1 each) Sulaiman et al. [20]
Chinchilla China 3.6 (5/140) D (2), BEB6 (3) Qi et al. [17]
Asiatic brush-tailed porcupine China 7.5 (7/93) D (3), HNR-VI (2), S7 (1), CHG5 (1) Zhao et al. [24]
Guinea pig Peru 14.9 (10/67) Peru16 (10) Cama et al. [10]
China 20.2 (35/173) S7 (30), PGP (5) Wang et al. [23]
  1. aInvalid genotype
  2. bOne sample was co-infected with Type IV and WL20