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Table 3 Molecular prevalence and subtyping data of C. felis isolates detected in cats and humans from different countries

From: Molecular prevalence and subtyping of Cryptosporidium spp. in fecal samples collected from stray cats in İzmir, Turkey

Molecular prevalence Target gene Subtyping gene Subtype family Host Country Reference
2.0% (7/357) 18S rRNA - - household cats Japan [40]
0.3% (1/329) 18S rRNA - - pet shop kittens Japan [40]
2.5% (2/80) 18S rRNA - - cats Thailand [41]
4.5% (7/155) 18S rRNA - - HIV-infected patients Thailand [42]
1.7% (18/1063) actin - - cats Australia [43]
11% (5/46) 18S rRNA - - cats Colombia [44]
5.4% (3/55) 18S rRNA - - cats Brazil [45]
4.8% (12/250) 18S rRNA - - domestic cats Mississippi and Alabama [46]
1.92% (1/52) 18S rRNA - - cats China [10]
5% (21/418) 18S rRNA - - cats China [47]
0.49% (3/609) 18S rRNA - - humans China [48]
0.35% (1/283) 18S rRNA - - immunodeficient patients Poland [49]
3.3% (1/30) 18S rRNA - - humans Sweden [50]
0.9% (1/108) 18S rRNA - - patients Mozambique [51]
1% (4/398) 18S rRNA gp60 XIXa patients Sweden [52]
- 18S rRNA gp60 XIXa pet shelter/shop cats, stray cats China [17]
- 18S rRNA gp60 XIXa cats Peru, USA, Slovakia, Australia [26]
- 18S rRNA gp60 XIXa, XIXc, XIXd, XIXe humans Peru, USA, Jamaica, Portugal, Nigeria, China, Kenya [26]