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Volume 20, Number 1—January 2014

Effects of Drinking-Water Filtration on Cryptosporidium Seroepidemiology, Scotland

Colin N. RamsayComments to Author , Adam P. Wagner, Chris Robertson, Huw V. Smith, and Kevin G.J. Pollock
Author affiliations: Health Protection Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland, UK (C.N. Ramsay, C. Robertson, K.G.J. Pollock); University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (A.P. Wagner, C. Robertson); International Prevention Research Institute, Lyon, France (C. Robertson); Scottish Parasite Diagnostic Laboratory, Glasgow (H.V. Smith)

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Table 1

Participants in study of antibodies against Cryptosporidium in drinking water, Scotland, UK, 2006–2008

Study period
1 (2006 Apr–Jul)
2 (2006 Aug–Oct)
3 (2008 Apr–Jul)
4 (2008 Aug–Oct)
Previous participants* 1,051 750 608 911
New recruits 0 133 253 0
By city
Glasgow 791 671 638 698
Dundee 260 212 223 213

*Donated blood at least 1 time since period 1.

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