Endolimax nana(ĕn″dō-lī′măks nă′nă) [″ + leimax, meadow]
A species of ameba inhabiting the intestines of humans, monkeys, and other mammals. Although it is often found in stool specimens, it is usually thought to be a commensal or nonpathogenic inhabitant of the gut.
a genus of amebas found in the colon of humans, other mammals, birds, amphibians and cockroaches; none of them appear to be pathogenic.
found in guinea pigs.
found in humans and monkeys.
found in rats.