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Michael Fox added: "In neuropsychiatric disorders, similar patterns of inhibitory synapse loss have been reported, therefore these results could explain why some people develop these disorders post-infection," External link

iflscience Friday, April 3, 2020 8:36:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "After the initial infection, humans will enter a phase of chronic infection. We wanted to examine how the brain circuitry changes in these later stages of parasitic cyst infection," External link

sciencedaily Friday, April 3, 2020 3:33:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "The theory is that neurons are a great place to hide because they fail to produce some molecules that could attract cells of the immune system," External link

sciencedaily Friday, April 3, 2020 3:33:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "In neuropsychiatric disorders, similar patterns of inhibitory synapse loss have been reported, therefore these results could explain why some people develop these disorders post-infection," External link

sciencedaily Friday, April 3, 2020 3:33:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "Even though a lot of neuroscientists study Toxoplasma infection as a model for immune response in the brain, we want to understand what this parasite does to rewire the brain, leading to these dramatic shifts in behavior," External link

sciencedaily Friday, April 3, 2020 3:33:00 PM CEST

Gabriela Carrillo said: "By combining multiple tools to study infectious disease and neuroscience, we're able to approach this complex mechanistic response from multiple perspectives to ask entirely new questions," "This research is fascinating to me because we are exposing activated microglial response and fundamental aspects of brain biology through a microbiological lens" External link

sciencedaily Friday, April 3, 2020 3:33:00 PM CEST

Charles Haley says: “Study questions are designed to produce national estimates on business demographics (e.g., number of production sites per operation), site demographics (e.g., growing pig barns per site), housing types and farm inputs and outputs (e.g., where feed and pigs come from and where pigs go),” “Other study questions, such as those that ask about medications used by swine farmers to contribute to the wellbeing of pigs, produce national estimates that rebut claims of misuse of medications made by groups that are hostile to livestock agriculture” External link

agweb Friday, April 3, 2020 11:34:00 AM CEST

John Waddell said: “NAHMS provides up-to-date, comprehensive snapshots of swine health and production practices of the U.S. swine industry. The valuable information gleaned from this study is only made possible and credible by industry-wide cooperation of pork producers and their veterinarians. I fully support this effort and strongly encourage everyone’s cooperation, if selected to participate,” External link

agweb Friday, April 3, 2020 11:34:00 AM CEST

Ignacio Garcia explica: “Los resultados no son alarmantes desde el punto de vista de la salud pública, ya que muchas personas ya tienen inmunidad y el riesgo de contagio a las personas a través de animales de zoológico es muy limitado” External link

noticiasdelaciencia Friday, April 3, 2020 10:07:00 AM CEST

Michael Fox said: “After the initial infection, humans will enter a phase of chronic infection. We wanted to examine how the brain circuitry changes in these later stages of parasitic cyst infection,” External link

outbreaknewstoday Friday, April 3, 2020 2:38:00 AM CEST

Michael Fox said: “The theory is that neurons are a great place to hide because they fail to produce some molecules that could attract cells of the immune system,” External link

outbreaknewstoday Friday, April 3, 2020 2:38:00 AM CEST

Michael Fox said: “In neuropsychiatric disorders, similar patterns of inhibitory synapse loss have been reported, therefore these results could explain why some people develop these disorders post-infection,” External link

outbreaknewstoday Friday, April 3, 2020 2:38:00 AM CEST

Michael Fox said: “Even though a lot of neuroscientists study Toxoplasma infection as a model for immune response in the brain, we want to understand what this parasite does to rewire the brain, leading to these dramatic shifts in behavior,” External link

outbreaknewstoday Friday, April 3, 2020 2:38:00 AM CEST

Gabriela Carrillo said: “By combining multiple tools to study infectious disease and neuroscience, we’re able to approach this complex mechanistic response from multiple perspectives to ask entirely new questions,” “This research is fascinating to me because we are exposing activated microglial response and fundamental aspects of brain biology through a microbiological lens” External link

outbreaknewstoday Friday, April 3, 2020 2:38:00 AM CEST

Michael Fox said: "After the initial infection, humans will enter a phase of chronic infection. We wanted to examine how the brain circuitry changes in these later stages of parasitic cyst infection," External link

eurekalert Thursday, April 2, 2020 10:21:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "The theory is that neurons are a great place to hide because they fail to produce some molecules that could attract cells of the immune system," External link

eurekalert Thursday, April 2, 2020 10:21:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "In neuropsychiatric disorders, similar patterns of inhibitory synapse loss have been reported, therefore these results could explain why some people develop these disorders post-infection," External link

eurekalert Thursday, April 2, 2020 10:21:00 PM CEST

Michael Fox said: "Even though a lot of neuroscientists study Toxoplasma infection as a model for immune response in the brain, we want to understand what this parasite does to rewire the brain, leading to these dramatic shifts in behavior," External link

eurekalert Thursday, April 2, 2020 10:21:00 PM CEST

Gabriela Carrillo said: "By combining multiple tools to study infectious disease and neuroscience, we're able to approach this complex mechanistic response from multiple perspectives to ask entirely new questions," "This research is fascinating to me because we are exposing activated microglial response and fundamental aspects of brain biology through a microbiological lens" External link

eurekalert Thursday, April 2, 2020 10:21:00 PM CEST

Claudio Giorlandino continua: “Nello stadio di malattia clinica o subclinica – (\*) – si rileva la presenza di anticorpi IgM, il tampone è positivo e il soggetto fortemente infettivo. In fase di regressione sono presenti anticorpi IgG e IgM, il tampone può essere ancora positivo e il soggetto poco infettivo. In fase di convalescenza l’organismo torna in stato di salute con presenza di anticorpi IgG e una coda di IgM. Il tampone è negativo e il paziente progressivamente non più contagioso. Come si vede la ricerca degli anticorpi è quindi positiva diversi giorni, circa 10-15 giorni dopo l’infezione, mentre il tampone nasofaringeo, se ben eseguito, giunge prima a diagnosticare l’infezione” External link

meteoweb Monday, March 30, 2020 6:39:00 PM CEST

Alan Manevitz said: "We do know that things like Lyme disease have an impact on mood as well as on physical aspects of the body, so there's no reason to think that other infectious agents would not have a similar impact," External link

medicinenet Sunday, March 29, 2020 7:44:00 AM CEST

Amesh Adalja said: "There has been prior work on both veterinary and human toxoplasmosis vaccines, and I expect the results of this study will renew interest in developing such a vaccine," External link

medicinenet Sunday, March 29, 2020 7:44:00 AM CEST

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