Giardia is caused by Giardia lamblia, a parasite that colonizes the small intestine and is transmitted via the fecal-oral route. Find the latest research on giardiasis here.

July 16, 2020
Open Access

Intestinal parasites co-infection among tuberculosis patients in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis

BMC Infectious Diseases
Ayinalem AlemuTeshager Worku
July 17, 2020
Open Access

Gastrointestinal Disease in Patients with Common Variable Immunodeficiency: A Retrospective Observational Study

Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology
Rishad KhanSamir C Grover
July 9, 2020

Intestinal protozoan and helminthic infections among hemodialysis and cancer patients

Parasitology Research
Mohammad Reza MahmoudiPanagiotis Karanis
August 29, 2020
Open Access

Intestinal Schistosomiasis and Giardiasis Co-Infection in Sub-Saharan Africa: Can a One Health Approach Improve Control of Each Waterborne Parasite Simultaneously?

Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease
John ArcherJ Russell Stothard
July 24, 2020
Open Access

Eukaryote-conserved methylarginine is absent in diplomonads and functionally compensated in Giardia

Molecular Biology and Evolution
Samantha J Emery-CorbinAaron R Jex
August 19, 2020
Open Access

Label-free detection of Giardia lamblia cysts using a deep learning-enabled portable imaging flow cytometer

Lab on a Chip
Zoltán GöröcsAydogan Ozcan
July 15, 2020
Open Access

Disc-associated proteins mediate the unusual hyperstability of the ventral disc in Giardia lamblia

Journal of Cell Science
Christopher NosalaScott C Dawson
September 3, 2020
Open Access

High Prevalence of Intestinal Pathogens in Indigenous in Colombia

Journal of Clinical Medicine
Simone KannHagen Frickmann
August 31, 2020

Companion animals as a potential source of Giardia intestinalis infection in humans in the Czech Republic - A pilot study

Veterinary Parasitology : Regional Studies and Reports
Lenka LecováEva Nohýnková
July 17, 2020

Isoenzyme profiles and phylogenetic analysis of Giardia duodenalis isolates from Iranian patients

Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
Mohammad RayaniGholam Reza Hatam
August 14, 2020
Open Access

Update on Giardia: Highlights from the seventh International Giardia and Cryptosporidium Conference

Parasite : Journal De La Société Française De Parasitologie
André G BuretStaffan Svärd
September 17, 2020
Open Access

Entamoeba and Giardia parasites implicated as hosts of CRESS viruses

Nature Communications
Cormac M KinsellaLia van der Hoek

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