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Infection with toxoplasmins (toxoplasmosis) is one of the most frequent parasitic infections in the world. However, in most cases it goes undetected. The pathogen Toxoplasma gondii can attack all warm-blooded animals, including birds. Once the pathogen has reached the host organism, it normally remains throughout its host's lifetime in the tissue of muscles and the nervous system. Hence, toxoplasmins may be found in raw foods of animal origin like minced meat and raw sausage products.doi:10.5281/zenodo.582509 fatcat:b43723obsffxxlk64vxqrjlhyq