Lamblia


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Lamblia

/Lam·blia/ (lam´ble-ah) Giardia.

Lamblia

see giardia.
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A Giardia lamblia gene encoding a short Fe-hydrogenase was identified from shotgun genomic sequences, and RT-PCR showed that cultured entamoebas and giardias transcribe short Fe-hydrogenase mRNAs.
The following year a crew of students came through testing the water for girardia lamblia (good practice).
coli O157:H7, Giardia lamblia, and Shigella sonnei.
Speer and Fayer, Editors, Cryptosporidiosis of man and Prospective study of acquisition of Cryptosporidium, Giardia lamblia, and gastrointestinal illness.
Burris reduced the scale of this technology to a countertop-sized unit that is designed to kill microorganisms -- including cryptosporidium and giardia lamblia cysts -- as well as remove chlorine.
9 percent (3-log) removal, inactivation, or both of Giardia lamblia cysts for public water systems using surface water or groundwater under direct influence of surface water.
Giardia lamblia, a one celled parasite, is often the cause of diarrhea of diaper age children.
lamblia with metronidazole, tinidazole and ornidazole: a comparative study.
Other protozoan parasites like Entamoeba histolytica, which can cause invasive amoebiasis in HIV positive patients, Giardia lamblia and free living amoeba like Acanthamoeba and Balamuthia mandrillaris, which cause granulomatous encephalitis also cause more disseminated and severe disease in HIV positive patients.
Giardia lamblia are protozoan parasites distributed globally and mostly transmitted by close contact and consumption of contaminated water or food.
The treatment plant will be modified to provide a minimum of two disinfectants, such that each of the two disinfectants separately achieves required inactivation for either Cryptosporidium, Giardia lamblia, or viruses.