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Volume 5, Number 4—August 1999

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Cyclospora cayetanensis Among Expatriate and Indigenous Populations of West Java, Indonesia

David J. Fryauff*Comments to Author , Reinhard Krippner†, Purnomo Prodjodipuro*, Christa Ewald†, Shirley Kawengian‡, Katrin Pegelow§, Thomas Yun¶, Claudia von Heydwolff-Wehnert‡, Buhari Oyofo*, and Rainer Gross#
Author affiliations: *U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2, Jakarta, Indonesia; †Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Jakarta, Indonesia; ‡University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia; §SEAMEO-TROPMED Regional Center for Community Nutrition, Jakarta, Indonesia; ¶Embassy of the United States of America, Jakarta, Indonesia; #Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH, Eschborn, Germany

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Monthly profiles of Cyclospora infection among gastrointestinal illness/diarrhea cases at private health laboratories serving expatriate populations of Jakarta, Indonesia.

Figure. Monthly profiles of Cyclospora infection among gastrointestinal illness/diarrhea cases at private health laboratories serving expatriate populations of Jakarta, Indonesia.

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