Today’s Open Access File of the Day depicts Koi pla (ก้อยปลา), a dish consisting of fine-ground raw fish with seasoning and rice. It is popular in Northeastern Thailand, and so is an infection with a parasite frequently transmitted this way – the human liver fluke Opisthorchis viverrini that was featured on Monday.
- Cropped from the composite Fig. 1 of the article Liver Fluke Induces Cholangiocarcinoma by Banchob Sripa et al. (2007) in PLoS Medicine
- Licensed CC BY.
- Used, e.g., on the German and Thai Wikipedias.