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Cryptosporidium parvum, a potential cause of colic adenocarcinoma

By Gabriela Certad, Tramy Ngouanesavanh, Karine Guyot, Nausicaa Gantois, Thierry Chassat, Anthony Mouray, Laurence Fleurisse, Anthony Pinon, Jean-Charles Cailliez, Eduardo Dei-Cas and Colette Creusy
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