A. Internal Service

Internal Services are provided in the Laboratory of Parasitology FMUB covering the scope of education, research, and community services:


  • Implementing teaching and learning process
  • GBPP, RPKPS, Syllabus
  • Dictates, Hand out
  • Practicum, practical guide
  • Scientific Work
  • Rules of lab utilization, book lending, and other rules


One workshop held on Laboratory of Parasitology FMUB was the workshop with the title “Laboratory diagnosis for Opportunistic Parasites in Immunocompromised Person”. The workshop was organized in the framework of the “2nd International Congress and Workshop from Molecular to Clinical Aspects of HIV / AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria” (the 2nd ICMCA_ATM) on 23 to 25 June 2011, in collaboration with the Laboratory of Parasitology, FKUI and PDSPARKI.



  • Training, consultancy, internship, comparative study, research, medical services, etc.
  • Scientific work
  • Rules of lab utilization, book lending, and other rules

One of the flagship programs of the Laboratory of Parasitology at the moment is the study of the pathogenesis of malaria placenta. This research was funded by grants PHB (Competitive Grant Research) in 2012


Community services:

  • Laboratory service for research and diagnostic tests
  • Academic services
  • Rules for laboratory services
  • Services: training, consulting, internships, study, research, medical services etc.

B. External Services




Blood Examination

  1. Preparation of peripheral blood smear with EDTA (1 day)
  2. Giemsa staining (1 day)
  3. Calculation of cell haemacyto
  4. Direct malarial examination (thin smear preparations) (1 day)
  5. Direct malarial examination (thick drops) (1 day)
  6. Examination of malarial culture (3 days)*
  7. Molecular examination of malaria (1 week)*
  8. Examination of microfilariae
  9. Culture of peritoneal macrophages*
  10. Culture lymphocytes*
  11. Culture monocytes*
  12. Culture PBMCs/dendrite*
  13. Isolation of PBMC*
  14. Isolation of DNA/RNA*
  15. Sample management

Stool Examination

  1. Complete stool examination (FL) (1 day)
  2. Stool concentration with brine solution (1 day)
  3. Preparation of stool examination materials Kato and Kato – Katz methods (1 day)
  4. Stool examination qualitatively by Kato thick smear method (1 day)
  5. Quantitative stool examination with the Kato – Katz’s thick smear method (1 day)
  6. Harada Mori techniques (modified) (1 week)
  7. Examination of Cryptosporidium sp. with acid stain resistant modification staining (1 day)
  8. Charcoal culture**

Body Fluids Examination

  1. Method of parasitological examination of sputum (1 day)
  2. VVP examination (1 day)
  3. Parasite examination of urine (1 day)
  4. Body fluid sample collection
  5. Serum/plasma materials preparation
  6. Peritoneal lavage (animal)
  7. Ascites fluid isolation (animal)

Other Examinations

  1. Forensic entomologist examination method (7-30 days)
  2. Examination with cellulose tape
  3. Anal swab technique
  4. Animal Surgery
  5. Isolation of animal organs
  6. Cell/tissue culture and treatment of cells (2×24 well)*
  7. Isolation of DNA/RNA*
  8. Examination of ELISA immunoassay*
  9. Immunohistochemistry staining*
  10. Examination of PCR (preparation and running)*
  11. Preparation of spectrophotometry*
  12. Flow-cytometry tissue samples preparation*
  13. Intracellular staining for flow-cytometry*
  14. Surface staining for flow-cytometry*
  15. rt (room temperature) centrifuge*
  16. Laminar air flow

* Working in conjunction with other laboratory

** Most of the procedures are performed in the Laboratory of Parasitology, minor supporting equipment needed



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