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Survey for asymptomatic malaria cases in low transmission settings of Iran under elimination programme

Samaneh Zoghi, Akram A Mehrizi, Ahmad Raeisi*, Ali A Haghdoost, Habibollah Turki, Reza Safari, Asadallah Ahmadi Kahanali and Sedigheh Zakeri*

Malaria Journal 2012, 11:126  doi:10.1186/1475-2875-11-126

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The address of the interim report of this study

Ahmad Raeisi   (2012-06-14 14:07)  Department of CDC, Malaria control section. Ministry of Health and Education. Iran email

The authors wish to point out that an interim report of this study, including the data from the Hormozgan site, had been published a few weeks before this paper in the Iranian Journal of Parasitology:

Absence of asymptomatic malaria infection in endemic area of Bashagard district, Hormozgan Province in Iran; Turki H, Zoghi S, Mehrizi AA, Zakeri S, 7(1), 32-35

Competing interests

None declared

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