Cryptosporidium spp. in animal hosts with potential for impacting on sources of drinking water in the UK
Over recent years, an increasing number of new species of Cryptosporidium have been discovered from a range of different animal hosts and molecular methods have greatly improved our knowledge of the public health significance posed by those species recognised. Research has shown that many species are not confined to a single host and that variation in pathogenicity exists within species known to infect humans. In light of these developments, this special topic review was undertaken to provide water companies with a current understanding of risks posed by this organism. It will permit more accurate sanitary surveys for identifying catchment control measures to reduce the risk from Cryptosporidium and the burden on water treatment.
|UKWIR Reference:- 17/DW/02/85||Published Date:- 02/10/2017|
|Retail Price (£):- 100||ISBN:- 1 84057 844 0|