Non-Archetypal Type Ii-Like And Atypical Strains Of Toxoplasma Gondii Infecting Marsupials Of Australia

Elsevier Sci Ltd
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International Journal For Parasitology, 2010, 40 (6), pp. 635 - 640
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Australia is geographically isolated and possesses a remarkable diversity of wildlife species. Marsupials are highly susceptible to infection with the cosmopolitan parasite Toxoplasma gondii. Of 46 marsupials screened for T. gondii by multilocus PCR-DNA
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