(147) women were investigated about IgG and IgM serum antibodies for Toxoplasma parasite by Eliza method, during the period January 2020 to May 2020. For the qualitative and quantitative detection of IgM and IgG Toxoplasma gondii antibodies it has been ELISA (enzyme immunoassay) Test Kit.
The result of present study showed that (35) of (147) samples were positive Toxoplasma gondii by ELISA of IgM and IgG. With respect to age parameter, the highest rate of infection was in (31-40) years old range, while the lowest rate of infection was in (51-60) years old range. The results ensured that the rate of infection in rural (21) residence more than that in urban. The results of present study showed that infection rate increased in private workers more than that of governmental workers. with respect to blood group parameter, the highest rate of infection was in (B+) years old range, while the lowest rate of infection was in (O-, A-, and AB-) years old range. The results according to weight ensured that the rate of infection increased in group (91-100 kg) more than the rest groups.
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