Comparative host-parasite relationships in ovine toxoplasmosis and bovine neosporosis and strategies for vaccination.

@article{Innes2007ComparativeHR,
  title={Comparative host-parasite relationships in ovine toxoplasmosis and bovine neosporosis and strategies for vaccination.},
  author={Elisabeth Ann Innes and Paul M Bartley and Stephen W Maley and Stephen E. Wright and David Buxton},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2007},
  volume={25 30},
  pages={5495-503}
}
Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum are important causes of reproductive loss in ruminant species worldwide. Both parasites cause disease during pregnancy that may result in foetal death or birth of live congenitally infected offspring. T. gondii is also an important human pathogen with the main risk groups including pregnant women and immuno-compromised individuals, although clinical disease has also been observed in outbreaks among immuno-competent people. While the two parasites are… CONTINUE READING
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