Toxoplasmosis is caused by the protozoan parasite Toxoplasma gondii, and affects more than 2 million people every year in the European Region. Toxoplasma can be acquired trans-placentally (mother to baby), through contact with infected soil or water, ingestion of contaminated food, or in very rare cases through blood/organ donation. It is assumed that half the cases come from eating contaminated food, such as inadequately cooked animal meat, or raw fruits and vegetables. Infection can also occur through contact with cat faeces in the environment, but cats only shed oocysts for a few weeks of their life, usually when kittens. Cats play an important role in the life cycle of the parasite, but they are not the main vehicle of infection.
- Store at 2 ~30 ℃
- Specimen : serum, plasma, whole blood
- Testing time : 15~20min
- Shelf life : 24 months after its manufacture date
|Toxoplasma IgM/IgG||S/P/WB||Assembled / Sheet||Differential detection of IgM and IgG against T. gondii|
|Toxoplasma Ab||S/P/WB||Assembled / Sheet||T. gondii Ab test|
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