"Chryptospyrideum(?)" (bacteria?, mould?),........
cgreiner at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu
Wed Sep 27 01:01:09 EST 1995
I normally wouldn't reply but since you tried to sneak a free
advertisement into a Usenet group I guess that makes you game. It is
RotAvirus, although roto as in roto-rooter may be more descriptive. Not
to feel bad though a lot of nurses make the same mistake which, sadly
enough, is a continous source of enjoyment for us in the lab:)
On 22 Sep 1995 user at alexon.com wrote:
> I believe you mean Cryptosporidium sp. It's an enteric parasite
> which is transmitted in a majority of cases by feces contaminated water.
> One of the most recent outbreaks occured in Milwaukee last year(?).
> My company, Alexon Biomedical, Inc., makes diagnostic assays to
> detect Crypto in patient stool samples. For info on Crypto or our
> products call (800) 366-0096. We also have products for Giardia, E.
> histo., C. difficile, Roto & Adenovirus, etc.
> - matt at alexon.com
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