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infection caused by parasites transmitted to humans from infected cats

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Vaccination of cats with an experimental vaccine greatly reduced the prevalence of toxo around pig farms.
The analysis of hematological parameters demonstrated that TOXO is accompanied by relevant leukocytosis with increased monocyte and lymphocyte counts.
Now it has emerged that toxo's effect on the brain could be restricted to people with a certain blood type.
The Times suggests that since Toxo infection causes rats to be attracted to the smell of cat urine, they are more likely to be eaten.
Agrasmarelas de centeo, ermos vestidos de flores de toxo e de piorno, serras penedosas, campanarios barrocos, xente que vai polos carreiros aos mui nos e as ferias, verdeceresde camposantos, fuxir de augas, praias douradas, galgar de ondas nos cons, velas que saen roselando o mar, orballeiras sobre as arboredasmestas, ruas de vellas cidades, soidades de esquecidos mosteiros.
Toxo (as it is called) is caused by the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii.
Ennis, 32, is a director of seven firms, including Used Car Solutions Ltd, UCS Leasing Ltd, UCS Car Group Ltd, Toxo Ltd and Toxo (Europe) Ltd.
Frequently referred to as "toxo," T gondii is one of the major causes of latent CNS infection worldwide.
My doctor told me all the things I need to understand: "Watch out for TORCHS, now your EPT turned blue, Toxo, rubella, CMV, HIV, and syphilis, too." Stay in good health And get your shots.
Hoagland's classic morphologic criteria utilized for the diagnosis of an infectious mononucleosis-like illness include a lymphocytosis comprising more than 50% of the white blood cell (WBC) differential with atypical lymphocytes accounting for more than 10% of the total WBC count.[4-6] Patients who meet Hoagland's criteria with a negative heterophile-antibody test have shown evidence of acute infection with a variety of infectious agents, including Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), cytomegalovirus (CMV), human herpesvirus-6 (HHV-6), Toxoplasma gondii (Toxo), acute viral hepatitis, and HIV types 1 and 2 (HIV-1, HIV-2).[7-9] However, some studies have suggested a limited effectiveness for Hoagland's criteria in the consistent detection of infectious mononucleosis.
CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention Internet address: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv Other brochures in this series include: Living with HIV/AIDS Preventing Infections from Pets Preventing Infections During Travel Safe Food and Water You can Prevent Cryptosporidiosis You can Prevent PCP in Adults and Adolescents You can Prevent PCP in Children You can Prevent Toxo You can Prevent TB (*) Use of trade names does not imply endorsement by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
Then a PCR was performed, using the universal oligonucleotides TOXO 1 (5'-GGAACTGCATCCGTTCATGAG-3') and TOXO 2 (5'-TCTTTAAAGCGTTCGTGGTC-3') as described by BURG et al.
All the samples were screened for Toxoplasma specific IgG and IgM antibodies by On Site Toxo IgG/IgM rapid test strip.