Fetal Immune Response
With Toxoplasmosa gondii
I will be addressing the possible immunological barriers that may be involved with challenge
to infection of Toxoplasmosa gondii, the protozoan that causes toxoplasmosis. It is widely known
that toxoplasmosis is a devastating disease, with often drastic consequences upon infection. In
pregnant mothers, these consequences can be very horrid. Such effects are more felt by the unborn
fetus than by the
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