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Table 2 Occurrence and identity of enteric protists in nonhuman primates in Yunnan Province, China by sampling location and animal species

From: High zoonotic potential of Cryptosporidium spp., Giardia duodenalis, and Enterocytozoon bieneusi in wild nonhuman primates from Yunnan Province, China

Variables No. of specimens Cryptosporidium parvum Giardia duodenalis Enterocytozoon bieneusi
No. positive (%) Subtype (n) No. positive (%) Genotype (n) No. positive (%) Genotype (n)
Location
 Yunnan Golden Monkey National Park 20 0 (0) 2 (10.0) B (2) 0 (0)
 Jizu mountains 71 0 (0) - 11 (15.5)a B (9), A (2) 4 (5.6) MMR86 (2), HNFS01 (2)
 Shibao mountains 116 0 (0) - 8 (6.9) B (7), A (1) 2 (1.7) Type IV (1), D (1)
 Xishuangbanna Primeval Forest Park 141 2 (1.4) IIdA20G1(1) 4 (2.8) B (4) 24 (17.0)b,c Type IV (12), Peru8 (6), D (6)
Animal species
 Macaca mulatta 320 2 (0.6) IIdA20G1(1) 23 (7.2) B (20), A (3) 27 (8.4) Type IV (13), Peru8 (5), D (5), MMR86 (2), HNFS01 (2)
 Macaca assamensis 8 0 (0) - 0 (0) - 3 (37.5) D (2), Peru8 (1)
 Rhinopithecus bieti 20 0 (0) - 2 (10.0) B (2) 0 (0) -
Total 348 2 (0.6) IIdA20G1(1) 25 (7.2) B (22), A (3) 30 (8.6) Type IV (13), D (7), Peru8 (6), MMR86 (2), HNFS01 (2)
  1. aP = 0.0006, for Jizu Mountains in comparison with Xishuangbanna Primeval Forest Park
  2. bP = 0.0208, for Xishuangbanna Primeval Forest Park in comparison with Jizu Mountains
  3. cP = 0.00005, for Xishuangbanna Primeval Forest Park in comparison with Shibao Mountains