Cryptosporidium is a microscopic parasite that can be found in soil, food, and water, or on surfaces that have been contaminated with feces from infected humans or animals. Transmission occurs by the fecal-oral route and infection causes the diarrheal disease cryptosporidiosis. The disease is usually mild and self-limiting (1–2 weeks) but in people with impaired immunity, the illness can be serious, prolonged, and life-threatening. Diagnosis relies on the detection of oocytes in fecal or environmental samples either by microscopy or monoclonal antibody ELISA.
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|MAb to Cryptosporidium||Monoclonal||Purified||Mouse||IgG||IFA,LF||MG||C66512M||COACERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS||Request Sample|
|MAb to Cryptosporidium Parvum||Monoclonal||Purified||Mouse||IgG1||EIA,IFA,IHC,ST||MG||C65370M||SDSSafety Data Sheet||COACERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS||Request Sample|
|MAb to Cryptosporidium Parvum||Monoclonal||Purified||Mouse||IgG1||LF,Pr||MG||C01948M||COACERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS||Request Sample|
|Goat anti Crypto. Parvum||Polyclonal||Purified||Goat||N/A||EIA,IFA||ML||B65651G||COACERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS||Request Sample|
|Crytosporidium Parvum||Antigen||Lysate||Cell Culture||N/A||LF,POS||ML||A01709N||COACERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS||Request Sample|
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