TABLE 3.

Enterocytozoon bieneusi genotypes in humans: number of described cases and animal hosts

E. bieneusi genotype designationNo. of reported human cases (reference)Animal host, genotype designation (reference[s])
HIV-infected or otherwise immunocompromised patientsImmunocompetent patients
Genotypes identified in independent studies
    A3 (235), 3 (26), 1 (193), 32 (275)
    B, I3 (235), 8 (26), 66 (174), 2 (193), 11 (240)
    C, II2 (235), 2 (26), 1 (transplant recipient) (260), 9 (174), 7 (transplant recipient) (174),1 (174)
    1 (lymphoma) (174), 1 (72)
    D1 (236), 9 (275), 1 (240)Macaque (45, 126); pig, EBITS9 (29); wildlife, WL8 (29, 45, 276)
    IV9 (174), 1 (transplant recipient), (174), 1 (myeloma) (174), 18 (275), 1 (240)1 (174), 10 (children with diarrhea, immunostatus not determined; estimated to be 18-29% among these children) (292)Cat, K (72); cattle, BEB5 (72, 277)
Genotypes identified in single studies
    Q (identical to C, II but with 2 nt insertion)1 (72)
    III3 (174)
    V1 (174)
    Peru31 (275)
    Peru41 (275)Pig, EbpC (26); pig E (237); wildlife, WL13 (276)
    Peru53 (275)Wildlife, WL11 (276)
    Peru61 (275)
    Peru78 (275)
    Peru84 (275)
    Peru103 (275)
    Peru116 (275)