UC assistant professor Kirk Jensen holds a flask containing human cells in a university lab. Exposure to the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis can result in serious health consequences, such as a congenital infection or lesions in the retina and brain. The parasites are most common in South America.
UC assistant professor Kirk Jensen holds a flask containing human cells in a university lab. Exposure to the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis can result in serious health consequences, such as a congenital infection or lesions in the retina and brain. The parasites are most common in South America. Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star
UC assistant professor Kirk Jensen holds a flask containing human cells in a university lab. Exposure to the parasite that causes toxoplasmosis can result in serious health consequences, such as a congenital infection or lesions in the retina and brain. The parasites are most common in South America. Andrew Kuhn Merced Sun-Star

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