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A lab-on-chip for malaria diagnosis and surveillance

Brian J Taylor, Anita Howell, Kimberly A Martin, Dammika P Manage, Walter Gordy, Stephanie D Campbell, Samantha Lam, Albert Jin, Spencer D Polley, Roshini A Samuel, Alexey Atrazhev, Alex J Stickel, Josephine Birungi, Anthony K Mbonye, Linda M Pilarski, Jason P Acker and Stephanie K Yanow*

Malaria Journal 2014, 13:179  doi:10.1186/1475-2875-13-179

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DNA sequences of primers used in this study and an additional acknowledgement

Brian Taylor   (2014-08-27 11:52)  Provincial Laboratory for Public Health, University of Alberta email

We would like to add the following supplementary information for this study.

1) The DNA sequences of the primers used in this study have been referenced in the original text. For clarification, the primer sequences are as follows: 

Plasmodium consensus



P. falciparum speciation



P. vivax speciation



 2) In addition we gratefully acknowledge The Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) in sponsoring sample collection at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases and contributions from Dr. Spencer D. Polley. We offer our most sincere apologies for not including this acknowledgement in the original submission.

Competing interests

No competing interests. 


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