Isospora suis

I·sos·po·ra su·'is

a species that affects the small intestine of the pig, producing mild diarrhea.
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(56.4%), Balantidium coli (40%) and Isospora suis (9.1%) by faecal examination in domestic pigs at Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
Estudio epidemiologico de Isospora suis en granjas porcinas intensivas ubicadas en la region central de Venezuela.
Prevalencia de Isospora suis en lechones criados en granjas de la region Centro Occidental de Venezuela.
Shedding of oocysts in piglets experimentally infected with Isospora suis. Act Vet Scand.
Life cycle of Isospora suis in gnotobiotic and conventionalized piglets.
Isospora belli and Isospora suis complete the entire life cycle in a single host, while Isospora felis and Isospora ohioenesis are facultative or heteroxenous and need intermediate hosts to complete their life cycle (Lindsay and Blagburn, 1994; Lindsay et al., 1997; Tenter et al., 2002; Morrison et al., 2004).
Although the Siberian tiger is most likely cat, our research indicates that Isospora isolates from the Siberian tiger are more closely related to Isospora suis than Isospra felis (Fig.
La coccidiosis neonatal porcina (cystoisosporosis) es una enfermedad intestinal causada por Cystoisospora suis (conocido tambien como Isospora suis), el cual es un protozoario del Phylum Apicomplexa, clase de los coccidios, con distribucion cosmopolita y que se encuentra con mayor frecuencia en cerdos en confinamiento (Lindsay et al.