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Box 1451, Kermanshah, Iran. Induction of arginase II by intestinal epithelium promotes the uptake of L‐arginine from the lumen of Cryptosporidium parvum‐infected porcine ileum Gookin JL, Stauffer SH, Stone MR http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18852633 Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Oct. 2008, Volume 47, Issue 4‐pg 417‐427 Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27606, USA. Jody_Gookin@ncsu.edu Value of syndromic surveillance in monitoring a focal waterborne outbreak due to an unusual Cryptosporidium genotype in Northamtonshire, United Kingdom, June‐July 2008 50 Smith S, Elliot AJ, Mallaghan C, Modha D, Hippisley‐Cox J, Large S, Regan M, Smith GE http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20738999 Eurosurveillance, August 2010, Volume 15, Issue 33 Real‐time Syndromic Surveillance Team, Health Protection Agency West Midlands, Birmingham, United Kingdom email@example.com Cryptosporidium parvum isolate‐dependent postinfectious jejunal hypersensitivity and mast cell accumulation in an immunocompetent rat model Khaldi S, Gargala G, Le Goff L, Parey S, Francois A, Ballet JJ, Dupont JP, Ducrotte P, Favennec L http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19687199 Journal of Infectious Diseases and Immunity, November 2009, Volume 77, Issue 11 Parasitology Laboratory, Rouen University Hospital, and Institute for Biomedical Research, University of Rouen, Rouen, France. 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Comparison of Sedimentation and Dissolved Air Flotation Modeling for Cryptosporidium Removal Moo‐Young Han and Won‐Tae Kim http://220.127.116.11/W_kiss2/04705524_pv.pdf Environmental Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 3‐pg 151‐156 Korean Society of Environmental Engineers Cryptosporidium and Particle Removal from Low Turbidity Water by Engineered Ceramic Media Filtration David James Scott https://uwspace.uwaterloo.ca/bitstream/10012/3784/1/DJS%20Thesis%20complete.pdf A thesis presented to the University of Waterloo in fulfillment of the thesis requirement for the degree of Master of Applied Science in Civil Engineering, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 2008 Method 1623: Cryptosporidium and Giardia in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA http://www.invitrogen.com/etc/medialib/en/filelibrary/pdf.Par.53916.File.tmp/1623.pdf United States Environmental Protection Agency‐December 2005 Are swimming pool filters really removing cryptosporidium? James E. Amburgey, Jonathan M. Goodman, Olufemi Aborisade, Ping Lu, Caleb L. Peeler, Will H. Shull, Roy R. Fielding, Michael J. Arrowood, Jennifer L. Murphy and Vincent R. Hill, Dr. Amburgey and his research team reported Efficiency of sand filtration for removing cryptosporidium oocysts from water. 51 P.A. Chapman and Barbara A. Rush Removal of Cryptosporidium and polystyrene microspheres from swimming pool water with sand, cartridge, and pre‐coat filters Dr. Amburgey and his team‐Kimberly J. Walsh, Roy R. Fielding and Michael J. Arrowood) reported “Rapid sand filter would provide safe drinking water to millions in developing countries“ Saturday, March 7, Removal of Cryptosporidium and polystyrene microspheres from swimming pool water with sand, cartridge, and precoat filters James E. Amburgey, Kimberly J. Walsh, Roy R. Fielding and Michael J. 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Alabama (Jefferson County Board of Health, Rules and Regulations Governing Design, Construction and Operation of Public Swimming Pools and Spas):
2.10 Vacuum Cleaner 2010 Title 24, Part 2, Vol. 2 California Building Code. Section 3140B, Cleaning Systems:
Florida Department of Health section 64E‐9.007 Recirculation and Treatment System Requirements Delaware Health and Social Services Division of Public Health, Section 26.407 Vacuuming.
Michigan Public Health Code, Act 368. Rule 63.
(Nevada) NAC 444.174 Vacuum cleaners. (NRS 439.200, 444.070) [Bd. of Health, Public Bathing Places Reg. Art. 28, eff. 5‐21‐74]—(NAC A 11‐1‐88) Rules and Regulations For Licensing Swimming and Wading Pools, Hot Tubs and Spas [R23‐22‐ SWI/H&S] State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantation Department of Health 8.17.1 Utah Administrative Code, R392‐302‐28. Cleaning Pools.