Walter Sharp - SQU, Oman
Plasmodium falciparum malaria trophozoites and gametocyte.
Plasmodium falciparum - several stages
An EM image of an infected red cell.
Congenital Erythropoeitic Porphyria
Autofluorescing C.E. porphyria red cells.
Sunlight induced lesions on the hand of this young child.
Kala Azar (visceral Leishmaniasis) in a bone marrow macrophage.
All images aquired from a STKS analyser or XL flow cytometer with system II software and all photomicrographs were produced in this laboratory.
Except where otherwise stated, all flow images are from whole blood techniques.
The phenotypes of Leukaemias are described with only positive antigens except where a negative result is relevant.
No claim is made that any image is diagnostic in and of itself, or that the image quality is representative of the instruments concerned.
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