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Cyclospora Detection and Viability Assessment

Start date
2000
End date
2000
Objective
For Cyclospora cayetanensis improved methods for recovery from raw produce and detection identification by microscopy and PCR. Use mammalian tissue culture to grow the parasite and assay the effects of anti-Cyclospora treatments. Explore animal models to serve as Cyclospora hosts and other parasitic protozoa to serve as experimental substitutes. Develop risk analysis.
Funding Source
Center For Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
Project number
39770
Categories
Sanitation and Quality Standards
Parasites
Risk Assessment, Management, and Communication