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Table 3

ITS genotypes of natural Enterocytozoon bieneusi infections identified in cattle in China.

Regions Positive/examined (%) Genotypes (n) Ref.
Gansu 320/1414 (22.6) J (155), I (126), CGC3 (11), CGC2 (8), CGC1 (6), BEB4 (5), CM19 (5), BEB10 (3), CM21 (1) [43]
Guangdong 160/1440 (11.1) I (91), J (60), D (4), BEB4 (3), EbpC (2) [43]
61/388 (15.7) J (58), D (4) [10]
Hebei and Tianjin 202/1040 (19.4) I (87), J (83), BEB4 (18), CHC8 (7), BEB6 (3), N (1), EbpC (1), CHC6 (1), CHC7(1) [12]
Henan 28/44 (6.0) I (16), J (7), BEB4 (5) [23]
33/277(11.9) BEB6 (10), COS-1 (6), I (6), CHG2, CHG3, J, CHC9, CHC10, CHC11, CHC12, CHC13, CHC14, CHC15, and CHC16 (1 each) [46]
Henan and Ningxia 214/879 (24.3) J (77), I (61), CM8 (18), BEB6 (17), BEB4 (15), EbpC (6), COS-1 (5), EbpA (2), D (2), BEB8, CD6, CHC1-CHC5, CHG2, CHG3, H, and O (1 each) [19]
Heilongjiang 31/526 (5.9) J (10), CS-4 (7), I (3), BEB4 (2), EbpC (3), G (1), NECA1 - NECA5 (1 each) [13]
40/133 (30.1) O (26), EbpA (2), J (2), I (2), CHN-DC1–CHN-DC3 (2 each), BEB4 (1), D (1) [50]
93/321 (29.0) BEB4 (22), J (40), I (31) [38]
Jiangsu 177/1366 (13.0) J (144), I (26), BEB4 (11), Type IV (1), CHC17 (1) [42]
Jilin 35/93 (37.6) CHN3 (14); CHN1 (10); J (9); I (8); CHN4 (2) [47]
Liaoning 1/11 (9.1) J (1) [13]
Qingha and Yunnan 10/57 (17.5) J (5), COS I (3), PN (1), BEB6 (1) [49]
Shaanxi 39/198 (19.7) I (21), J (16), CHN1 (1), CSX1 (1) [41]
34/173 (19.7) I (19), J (14), CSX2 (1) [41]
Shandong 21/673 (3.12) J (18), BEB4 (2), I (1) [41]
3/148 (2.0) I (1), J (2) [23]
Shanghai 214/809 (26.5) J (145), BEB4 (63), CHN4 (4), Type IV (4), CHN15 (1), mixed (1) [37]
Xinjiang 85/514 (16.5) J (57), I (19), BEB4 (4), D (2), EbpC (2), CC4 (1) [26]

The genotypes previously found in humans are shown in bold.

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