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Volume 17, Number 10—October 2011

Research

Plasmodium knowlesi Malaria in Humans and Macaques, Thailand

Somchai JongwutiwesComments to Author , Pattakorn Buppan, Rattiporn Kosuvin, Sunee Seethamchai, Urassaya Pattanawong, Jeeraphat Sirichaisinthop, and Chaturong Putaporntip

Author affiliations: Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (S. Jongwutiwes, P. Buppan, R. Kosuvin, U. Pattanawong, C. Putaporntip); Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand (S. Seethamchai); Vector Borne Disease Training Center, Saraburi, Thailand (J. Sirichaisinthop)

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Figure 1

Provinces of Thailand where blood samples were obtained and tested for malaria, 1996–2009. Tak: blue, n = 210 in 1996, n = 681 in 2006–2007, and n = 1,216 in 2008–2009; Prachuab Khirikhan: orange, n = 215 in 2006–2007; Yala: purple, n = 286 in 2006–2007 and n = 1,408 in 2008–2009; Narathiwat: yellow, n = 370 in 2006–2007 and n = 421 in 2008–2009; and Chantaburi: red, n = 261 in 2006–2007 and n = 401 in 2008–2009.

Figure 1. Provinces of Thailand where blood samples were obtained and tested for malaria, 1996–2009. Tak: blue, n = 210 in 1996, n = 681 in 2006–2007, and n = 1,216 in 2008–2009; Prachuab Khirikhan: orange, n = 215 in 2006–2007; Yala: purple, n = 286 in 2006–2007 and n = 1,408 in 2008–2009; Narathiwat: yellow, n = 370 in 2006–2007 and n = 421 in 2008–2009; and Chantaburi: red, n = 261 in 2006–2007 and n = 401 in 2008–2009.

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