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Next-Generation Antimalarial Drugs: Hybrid Molecules as a New Strategy in Drug Design
(Department of Infectious Diseases, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Hamamatsu, Japan. 2 Centre for Biotechnology Research and Development, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) Nairobi, Kenya),, 2010)
Malaria is a disease that affects nearly 40% of the global population, and chemotherapy remains the mainstay of its control strategy. The global malaria situation is increasingly being exacerbated by the emergence of ...
Reliability of Mid-Upper Arm Circumference Measurements Taken by Community Health Nurses
(Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science Journal, 2015-04)
Mid upper arm circumference-based diagnosis of severe acute malnutrition is seen as very attractive because it is assumed to be simple to use in measuring the arm and also requires a single cut-off without having to compute ...
Antimalarial Drugs and their Useful Therapeutic Lives: Rational Drug Design Lessons from Pleiotropic Action of Quinolines and Artemisinins
(Mount Kenya University, 2011)
Efforts to develop an effective malarial vaccine are yet to be successful and thus chemotherapy remains the mainstay of malaria control strategy. Unfortunately, Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite that causes about 90% of ...