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CFT revealed that the prevalence of toxoplasmosis in man was higher in the valley of the river Chuya (15%) than in the rest of the Kirgizian SSR (10.9%). Specific antibodies were detected in the sera of cattle, sheep, horses and pigs. In man, toxoplasmosis was most frequently latent or with few...

Kondrat'eva, G. P.; Isaev, B. I.; Schastlivaya, T. D.; Logacheva, l. S.
Materialy kraevoi Epidemiologii i Gigieny, 1977, 15, pp 31-34

In foci of human toxoplasmosis in Kirgizia, USSR, chickens (4.6%), rabbits (10%), pigs (6.8%), cattle (21.4%) and dogs (3.4%) reacted positively by CFT against Toxoplasma antigen. Cats were not infected. The roles of these animals in the transmission of toxoplasmosis to man is discussed. Sheep,...

Logacheva, L. S.
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Kirgizskogo Gosudarstvennogo Meditsinskogo Instituta (Voprosy Biologii i parazitologii v Kirgizii), 1976, 111, pp 19-22