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Sarcocystis spp. are obligate intracellular protozoan parasites which cause meat-borne parasitic disease. In Malaysia, sarcocystosis is seen as a potential emerging food-borne zoonosis after a series of large outbreak of human infections. Humans acquire infection either by ingestion of cyst in raw or undercooked infected meat or from sporocysts in contaminated food and water. The goal of this study is to identify the presence of sarcocystis parasites in meat of cattle, buffaloes, sheep anddoi:10.24191/jchs.v2i1.5860 fatcat:da2wdyjpjze2hcbi2uanvv25ui