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This paper propose “secondary speckle sensing microscopy" based on extraction of correlation based statistics of speckle patterns generated while illuminating red blood cells with a laser and inspecting them under a microscope. This technique can be used for automated high rate detection of red blood cells infected by malaria. 

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