Transplacental transmission of Toxoplasmosis, illustration

Transplacental transmission of Toxoplasmosis, illustration

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Caption: Transplacental transmission of Toxoplasma gondii parasites to human embryo, conceptual illustration. T. gondii is a species of parasitic protozoa that can be carried by all known mammals. It causes toxoplasmosis, a usually minor and self-limiting disease. It can, however, have serious or even fatal effects on an unborn foetus if the mother contracts toxoplasmosis during pregnancy.

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