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Volume 16, Number 4—April 2010

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Plasmodium knowlesi in Human, Indonesian Borneo

Melanie FigtreeComments to Author , Rogan Lee, Lisa Bain, Tom Kennedy, Sonia Mackertich, Merrill Urban, Qin Cheng, and Bernard J. Hudson
Author affiliations: Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (M. Figtree, T. Kennedy, S. Mackertich, B.J. Hudson); Westmead Hospital, Sydney (R. Lee); Australian Army Malaria Institute, Enoggera, Queensland, Australia (L. Bain, Q. Cheng); Mona Vale Hospital, Sydney (M. Urban)

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Giemsa-stained thin blood films of patient infected with Plasmodium knowlesi, showing a ring form (A), a trophozoite with Sinton and Mulligan stippling (B), a band form resembling P. malariae (C), and an early schizont (D). Original magnification ×100.

Figure. Giemsa-stained thin blood films of patient infected with Plasmodium knowlesi, showing a ring form (A), a trophozoite with Sinton and Mulligan stippling (B), a band form resembling P. malariae (C), and an early schizont (D). Original magnification ×100.

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