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Abstract

This report outlines the evidence and main conclusions presented at an expert workshop on Cryptosporidium genotyping held on 16 and 17 June 2016, hosted by the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, and funded by EU COST Action FA1408 'A European Network for Foodborne Parasites: Euro-FBP' (http://www.euro-fbp.org). .

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2016-09-15
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