Chronic Toxoplasma gondii in Nurr1-Null Heterozygous Mice Exacerbates Elevated Open Field Activity

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Jeffrey B Eells; Andrea Varela-Stokes; Shirley X Guo-Ross; Evangel Kummari; Holly M Smith; Erin Cox; David S Lindsay;

Latent infection with Toxoplasma gondii is common in humans (approximately 30% of the global population) and is a significant risk factor for schizophrenia. Since prevalence of T. gondii infection is far greater than prevalence of schizophrenia (0.5-1%), genetic risk fa... View more
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