Ultrasonicated Toxoplasma gondii (RH strain) tachyzoites were fractionated into a water-soluble and a deoxycholate-soluble fraction. Polyclonal immune mouse serum was prepared by challenging chronically-infected mice with viable RH strain tachyzoites. The parasite functions were labelled with 125I, and the radiolabelled antigens were precipitated by the immune mouse serum or a monoclonal anti-Toxoplasma antibody (FMC 20), that reacts only in the indirect hemagglutination antibody test. Sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and autoradiography of the immunoprecipitates showed that the water-soluble fraction contained 10 antigenic polypeptides, and the deoxycholate-soluble fraction contained seven antigenic peptides. The FMC 20 reacted against a 98,000-dalton antigen that was present in the water-soluble fraction only.