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, 3 (5), 389-400

Microsporidiosis: Human Diseases and Diagnosis

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Microsporidiosis: Human Diseases and Diagnosis

C Franzen et al. Microbes Infect.

Abstract

Microsporidia are considered opportunistic pathogens in humans because they are most likely to cause diseases if the immune status of a host is such that the infection cannot be controlled. A wide spectrum of diseases has been reported among persons infected with microsporidia and different diagnostic techniques have been developed during the last decade.

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