Molecular characterization of Toxoplasma gondii in pork meat from different production systems in the Czech Republic
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Highlights•Toxoplasma gondii is widespread in pigs and wild boars bred in the Czech Republic.•This study reveals that backyard-farmed pigs experience the highest exposure to T. gondii.•The survey reveals the presence of genotype II only, which predominates in Europe.•Consumption of wild boar meat could pose a risk to human health.•Molecular methods would enhance the detection of T. gondii in meat.

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