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Toxoplasmosis Lifecycle

The causal agent of toxoplasmosis is the protist Toxoplasma gondii. This unicellular eukaryote is a member of the phylum Apicomplexa which includes other parasites responsible for a variety of diseases (malaria, cryptosporidiosis). The diagnosis and timing of an infection are diagnostically based on serological tests.


Links: [[[Abnormal Development - Toxoplasmosis|toxoplasmosis]] | TORCH | cat

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CDC USA

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