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Volume 18, Number 10—October 2012

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Anthroponotic Enteric Parasites in Monkeys in Public Park, China

Jianbin Ye, Lihua Xiao, Jingbo Ma, Meijin Guo, Lili Liu, and Yaoyu FengComments to Author 
Author affiliations: East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China (J. Ye, J. Ma, M. Guo, L. Liu, Y. Feng); and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (J. Ye, L. Xiao)

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Potential zoonotic and waterborne pathways of parasites in Qianling Park, Guiyang, China. A) Close contact of rhesus monkeys with humans. B) Potential contamination of recreational water with pathogens from rhesus monkeys.

Figure. . . . Potential zoonotic and waterborne pathways of parasites in Qianling Park, Guiyang, China. A) Close contact of rhesus monkeys with humans. B) Potential contamination of recreational water with pathogens from rhesus monkeys.

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