Preface (A. Thompson). Introduction: Cryptosporidium: from molecules to disease (G. Meinke). Cryptosporidiosis - Aetiology, Infectivity and Pathogenesis. Cryptosporidium: they probably taste like chicken (S.J. Upton). Cryptosporidium: from molecules to disease (R. Fayer). Cryptosporidium parvum: infectivity, pathogenesis and the host-parasite relationship (C.L. Chappell, P.C. Okhuysen et al.). What is the clinical and zoonotic significance of cryptosporidiosis in domestic animals and wildlife (M.E. Olson, B.J. Ralston et al.). Extended Abstracts. Control of Cryptosporidium parvum infection and the role of IL-4 in two strains of inbred mice (C.A. Notley, S.A.C. Mcdonald et al.). Human peripheral CD8+CD103+ T-lymphocyte transmigration through inverted Cryptosporidium parvum sporozoite infected HCT-8 cell monolayers (G. Gargala, A. Delaunay et al.). Cryptosporidium parvum volunteer study: infectivity and immunity (C.L. Chappell, P.C. Okhuysen et al.). Transmission of human genotype 1 Cryptosporidium parvum into lambs (M. Giles, D.C. Warhurs et al.). A longitudinal study of Cryptosporidium prevalence and its impact on performance in feedlot cattle (B.J. Ralston, M.E. Olson et al.). Identification and characterisation of the antigenic CPA135 protein (F. Tosini, A. Agnoli et al.). A permanent method for detecting
Cryptosporidium parvum life cycle stages in in vitro culture (H.V. Smith, R.A. Nichols et al.).
Successful cultivation of Cryptosporidium reveals previously undescribed Gregarino-like developmental stages (N. Hijjawi, B.P. Meloni et al.). Epidemiology and species differentiation. Cryptosporidium as a public health challenge (R.M. Chalmers). The zoonotic potential of Cypt