Dr Saman Ateeq, Dr. Mishaal Akhtar, Dr. Hafiz Umar Farooq
Aim: Cryptosporidiosis is an important reason for the constant loss of bowels and demise of HIV/AIDS patients. Amongst the Cryptosporidium species in humans, C. parvum is accountable for maximum zoonotic contaminations in industrialized countries. By and by, medical criticality of C. parvum and the work of zoonotic transmission in cryptosporidiosis; the study of disease transmission in Creative nations remain confused. Approach/Main Results: In our current cross-sectional review, 540 HIV/AIDS cases were inspected for Cryptosporidium Proximity in fecal testing by means of genotyping and subtyping strategies. Our current research was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from May 2018 to April 2019. General, 160 (29.8%) patients were confident of Cryptosporidium spp. by PCR-RFLP: research of the small rRNA subunit, through C. parvum (94 cases), C. hominis (28 cases), C. viatorum (10 patients), C. felis (5 patients), C. meleagridids (4 patients), C. canis (2 patients), C. xiaoi (2 patients), also, mixture of C. parvum and C. hominis (1 patient). The 60 kDa glycoprotein quality pooling tests revealed a high level of hereditary assorted variety inside examples of 84 C. parvum and 21 C. hominis subtypes counting zoonotic subtype of C. parvum families IIa (73) and IId (6) and anthroponotic subtype families IIc (2), IIb (1), IIe (1) and type If (2), and subtype C. hominis families Id (15), Ie (5), and Ib (1). In general, Cryptosporidium contamination remained related to development of loose bowel and the rash. Releasing of intestines is largely due to C. parvum subtypes IIa and C. hominis, whereas vomiting is mainly owing to C. parvum subtypes IIa and C. hominis, while vomiting is largely due to C. parvum subtypes IIa and C. hominis, while vomiting is largely due to C. parvum subtypes IIa and IIa. hominis. since of C. hominis and uncommon species of Cryptosporidium. Contact through calves were recognized as an enormous danger aspect for Cryptosporidium spp. illness, in precise subtype IIa of family C. parvum. Conclusion: The outcomes of examination demonstrate that C. parvum is an important reason for cryptosporidiosis in HIV-positive individuals. and zoonotic transmission is significant in cryptosporidiosis the study of disease transmission in Pakistan. Similarly, they claim that Various species and subtypes of Cryptosporidium are related to various medical indications. Keywords: Cryptosporidium species, subtypes in HIV/AIDS, Pakistan.