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Evaluation of Toxoplasma gondii recombinant proteins for the diagnosis of recently acquired toxoplasmosis by an immunoglobulin G analysis.
The value of T. gondii recombinant antigens rRop2, rGra4, rGra7 and rSAG1m (mature version) or rSAG1ct (C-terminal version) in differentiating recently acquired from chronic infections was determinedExpand
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Toxoplasmic lymphadenitis--clinical and serologic profile.
OBJECTIVE To study the serologic profile of several types of test for toxoplasmosis, in order to contribute to the interpretation of antibody kinetics. METHODS The clinical and serologic featuresExpand
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Prevención de la toxoplasmosis congénita en un hospital de Buenos Aires
Prevention of congenital toxoplasmosis in a Buenos Aires hospital. The prevention of conge- nital toxoplasmosis is based on providing information to women, serologic diagnosis and treatment of theExpand
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Prevalencia de anticuerpos anti Toxoplasma gondii en hemodonantes en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, desde 1967 a 2017
: A prevalence study of antibodies anti Toxoplasma gondii in voluntary blood donors who attended the hemotherapy service at the Hospital Aleman during the first four months of the years 1997, 2007Expand
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[Prevention of congenital toxoplasmosis in a Buenos Aires hospital].
The prevention of congenital toxoplasmosis is based on providing information to women, serologic diagnosis and treatment of the infected mother and child. In this article we present the results of 12Expand
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[Congenital toxoplasmosis: Serology, PCR, parasite isolation and molecular characterization of Toxoplasma gondii].
BACKGROUND Congenital toxoplasmosis diagnosis in the newborn is a very important issue due to the need for early treatment to prevent future sequels. Aim To compare available methods at theExpand
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High level of expression of the Toxoplasma gondii-recombinant rop2 protein in Escherichia coli as a soluble form for optimal use in diagnosis
The rhoptry 2 protein (Rop2) is an interesting protein of Toxoplasma gondii that is involved in the parasite invasion of host cell, it has three T-cell epitopes and high antigenic value. However, theExpand
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Consenso argentino de toxoplasmosis congénita
La transmision de la infeccion por Toxoplasma gondii de la madre al hijo ocurre cuando la madre se infecta por primera vez en el transcurso del embarazo. Tanto el diagnostico prenatal, como el delExpand
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First isolation and molecular characterization of Toxoplasma gondii from a human placenta in Argentina.
Blood sample and placenta were taken from a 37-week pregnant woman; serologic results indicated acute toxoplasmosis. Placenta was inoculated into mice. Seropositive mice were sacrificed and tissueExpand
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Congenital human toxoplasmosis caused by non-clonal Toxoplasma gondii genotypes in Argentina.
Toxoplasmosis, a worldwide distributed zoonosis, can be transmitted congenitally affecting fetuses and developing variable clinical signs. Different Toxoplasma gondii genotypes and infective dose areExpand
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