Justin L. Sanders

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Direct transmission from parents to offspring, referred to as vertical transmission, occurs within essentially all major groups of pathogens. Several microsporidia (Phylum Microsporidia) that infect arthropods employ this mode of transmission, and various lines of evidence have suggested this might occur with certain fish microsporidia. The microsporidium,(More)
Toxoplasma gondii, the most common parasitic infection of human brain and eye, persists across lifetimes, can progressively damage sight, and is currently incurable. New, curative medicines are needed urgently. Herein, we develop novel models to facilitate drug development: EGS strain T. gondii forms cysts in vitro that induce oocysts in cats, the gold(More)
  • Liz Bergeron, Michael Dean, Olivia Halic, Alexandra Kuvaeva, Justin Sanders, Alison Smith +4 others
  • 2013
2 The authors would like to acknowledge the substantial contributions of the International Baccalaureate Global Research Department that helped develop this report and undertake the research activities associated with the project. In particular, we would like to express our gratitude to Melissa Gordon, Dr. Finally, we would like to thank the International(More)
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