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Volume 7, Number 1—February 2001

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Shigella spp. Surveillance in Indonesia: the Emergence or Reemergence of S. dysenteriae

Decy Subekti*, Buhari A. Oyofo*Comments to Author , Periska Tjaniadi*, Andrew L. Corwin*, Wita Larasati*, Maidy Putri*, Cyrus H. Simanjuntak†, Narain H. Punjabi*, Jufri Taslim‡, Budhi Setiawan§, Anak Agung G.S. Djelantik¶, Atiek Sumardiati††, Eka Putra‡‡, James R. Campbell*, Murad Lesmana*, and Sriwati
Author affiliations: *U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No.2, Jakarta, Indonesia; †National Institute of Health Research and Development, Jakarta, Indonesia; ‡Municipal Health Service, North Jakarta, Indonesia; §Friendship Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia; ¶Sanglah Hospital, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia; **Wangaya Hospital, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia; ††Regional office of Health Ministry, Pontianak, Indonesia; ‡‡Otorita Hospital, Batam, Indonesia

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Seasonal isolates of Shigella spp. from patients with diarrhea in Indonesia (June 1998 - November 1999).

Figure. Seasonal isolates of Shigella spp. from patients with diarrhea in Indonesia (June 1998 - November 1999).

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