Encephalitozoon

(en″sә-fal″ĭ-to-zo´on) a genus of parasitic protozoa (suborder Apansporoblastina, order Microsporida). E. cuni´culi is the most common species, seen mainly in rabbits, rodents, cats, and dogs; in humans it attacks primarily the brain and kidney. E. hel´lem causes eye infections in humans. E. intes...
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encephalitozoon

A genus of parasitic protozoa originally considered a member of the class sporozoea but now recognised as part of the class microsporea. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Encephalitozoon

Type: Term Pronunciation: en-sef′ă-li-tō-zō′on Definitions: 1. A genus of protozoan parasites, formerly considered part of the family Toxoplasmatidae, class Sporozoea, but now recognized as a member of the protozoan phylum Microspora, family Nosematidae. Encephalitozoon cuniculi is considered the primary microsporan paras...
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