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REGARDING THE PROJECT

Solutions to tackle Cryptosporidiosis will not appear suddenly out of laboratories like a rabbit brought out of a magical hat. Concrete solutions applied in everyday life will find their origin by co-creation approach connecting end users with researchers at the early beginning of the progress tools design

Mr. Jérôme Follet, Professor and Researcher at Yncrea Hauts-de-France

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CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS KEY NUMBERS

200000

DEAD PERSONS

On average per year by Cryptosporidiosis

100

MILLIONS $

Estimated cost per year by Cryptosporidium

8

DAYS

Average symptoms duration

0

NO DRUG

For the now it doesn't exist any drug

403000

CONTAMINED PERSONS

On average per year by Cryptosporidiosis

19

NUMBER OF COUNTRIES

Where the disease is present

1

MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH

One health

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Electrical impedance sensor for quantitative monitoring of infection processes on HCT-8 cells by the waterborne parasite Cryptosporidium

A. Dibao-Dina et al. / Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66 (2015) 69–76 Abstract : Cryptosporidium is the main origin of worldwide waterborne epidemic outbreaks caused by protozoan parasites. Its resilience to water chemical treatments and the absence of therapy led to consider it as a reference...

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Yncréa Hauts-de-France, a non-profit higher education group founded in 1885, trains engineers in more than 50 sectors: construction, IT, electronics, mechanics, energy, chemistry, medical technologies, robotics, agriculture, foodtech, finance, entrepreneurship. With more than 4600 students enrolled in HEI, ISA and ISEN engineering graduate schools, over...

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Yncréa Hauts-de-France, a non-profit higher education group founded in 1885, trains engineers in more than 50 sectors: construction, IT, electronics, mechanics, energy, chemistry, medical technologies, robotics, agriculture, foodtech, finance, entrepreneurship. With more than 4600 students enrolled in HEI, ISA and ISEN engineering graduate schools, over...