Cyclospora cayetanensis is a microscopic parasite that causes an intestinal illness in humans called cyclosporiasis. People can become infected when they consume food or water contaminated with the mature parasite. C. cayetanensis can be found worldwide in water, humans, and food.
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Determination of physical and chemical mechanisms to prevent Cyclospora infection
Scott C. Lenaghan, PhD | University of Tennessee | 2021-2022
Analysis of the presence of Cyclospora in waters of the Mid-Atlantic States and evaluation of removal and inactivation by filtration
Kalmia Kniel, PhD | University of Delaware | 2020
Cyclospora prevalence in irrigation water in fresh produce growing regions
Gerardo Lopez, PhD | University of Arizona | 2019
Sources and prevalence of Cyclospora cayetanensis in Southeastern US water sources and growing environments
Mia Mattioli, PhD | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | 2020-2021
The prevalence of Cyclospora in water and produce
Ynes Ortega, PhD | University of Georgia | 2020-2021