There are only a few seroprevalence studies on water buffalo (Table 9.1). The seroprevalence was generally very low except that in one report from India, Selvaraj et al.1167 reported 100% prevalence at a MAT cutoff titer of 1:200. In my opinion, this result appears to be because of faulty technique. To my knowledge, there is no report of isolation of viable T. gondii from tissues of water buffalo, although buffalo meat and cheeses made from their milk are consumed by humans.