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- Jenkins, M.C.; Fayer, R.; Trout, J.
- United States Department of Agriculture patents 2004 no.US 6,710,166 B1
- Cryptosporidium parvum; food pathogens; molecular cloning; complementary DNA; sequence analysis; recombinant fusion proteins; monoclonal antibodies; cryptosporidiosis; protozoal infections; disease prevention; disease detection; disease diagnosis; human health; public health; water pollution; amino acid sequences; nucleotide sequences; USDA; patents; United States
- ... Recombinant proteins have been developed for the immunization of animals against cryptosporidiosis. The proteins are effective for the immunization of a variety of animals against Cryptosporidium parvum, particularly for the production of hyperimmune colostrum that may be used to confer passive immunity against the parasite. Isolated DNA sequences which encode these proteins have also been develop ...