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  2. May 04, 2011 · Background. Compared with many protists, Giardia lamblia has a simple life cycle alternating between cyst and trophozoite.Most research on the molecular biology of Giardia parasites has focused on trophozoites and the processes of excystation and encystation, whereas cysts have attracted less interest.

    • Zahra Faghiri, Giovanni Widmer
    • 24
    • 2011
  3. Nov 15, 2012 · Introduction. Giardia lamblia is a flagellated protozoan parasite of man. Only 2 stages i.e. the trophozoite and the cyst forms are observed in the life cycle of Giardia. The Giardia infection is acquired from drinking water or by eating food which is contaminated with cysts.

    • Monali N Rajurkar, Niharika Lall, Silpi Basak, Sanjay K Mallick
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  4. The Giardia trophozoites then move toward the colon and transform back into cyst form through a process called encystation. The Giardia cyst is the stage found most commonly in stool. Both Giardia cysts and trophozoites can be found in the stool of someone who has giardiasis and may be observed microscopically to diagnose giardiasis.

  5. Giardia duodenalis is a protozoan flagellate (Diplomonadida). Life Cycle: Cysts are resistant forms and are responsible for transmission of giardiasis. Both cysts and trophozoites can be found in the feces (diagnostic stages) . The cysts are hardy and can survive several months in cold water.

  6. Jul 07, 2021 · Giardia lamblia exists in two forms, an active form called a trophozoite, and an inactive form called a cyst. The active trophozoite attaches to the lining of the small intestine with a "sucker" and is responsible for causing the signs and symptoms of giardiasis. The trophozoite cannot live long outside of the body, therefore it cannot spread ...

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