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2006-01-01Evaluation of three diagnostic methods, including real-time PCR, for detection of Dientamoeba fragilis in stool specimensStark, D; Beebe, N; Marriott, D; Ellis, J; Harkness, J
2011-01-01Evaluation of multiplex tandem real-time PCR for Detection of Cryptosporidium spp., Dientamoeba fragilis, Entamoeba histolytica, and Giardia intestinalis in clinical stool samplesStark, D; Al-Qassab, SE; Barratt, JLN; Stanley, K; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT
2009-03-01Limited genetic diversity among genotypes of Enterocytozoon bieneusi strains isolated from HIV-infected patients from Sydney, AustraliaStark, D; Van Hal, S; Barratt, J; Ellis, J; Marriott, D; Harkness, J
2014-01-01Description of Dientamoeba fragilis cyst and precystic forms from human samplesStark, D; Garcia, LS; Barratt, JLN; Phillips, O; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT
2012-06-01New advances in the in-vitro culture of Dientamoeba fragilisMunasinghe, VS; Stark, D; Ellis, JT
2014-01-01Epidemiology and geographical distribution of enteric protozoan infections in Sydney, AustraliaFletcher, S; Caprarelli, G; Merif, J; Andresen, D; Van Hal, S; Stark, D; Ellis, J
2007-03-01Prevalence of enteric protozoa in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive and HIV-negative men who have sex with men from Sydney, AustraliaStark, D; Fotedar, R; Van Hal, S; Beebe, N; Marriott, D; Ellis, JT; Harkness, J
2005-06-01Prospective study of the prevalence, genotyping, and clinical relevance of Dientamoeba fragilis infections in an Australian populationStark, D; Beebe, N; Marriott, D; Ellis, J; Harkness, J
2009-10-01Clinical significance of enteric protozoa in the immunosuppressed human populationStark, D; Barratt, JLN; Van Hal, S; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT
2007-01-01Dientamoeba fragilis as a cause of travelers' diarrhea: Report of seven casesStark, D; Beebe, N; Marriott, D; Ellis, J; Harkness, J
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