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Potential new anti-malarial drug identified at University of D...

A significant milestone in the development of a potential new antimalarial medicine has been reached by scientists at the University of Dundee, in partnership with the Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV). Times of India, 2 months ago

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Q&A - A Partnership to Eradicate Malaria [interview]

Two international health organisations at the forefront of fighting infectious diseases in the developing world are joining hands to try to produce an innovative vaccine to prevent malaria, which kills hundreds of thousands of people annually. ...
 Individual.com1 week ago Q&A: A partnership to eradicate malaria  SciDev.net2 weeks ago Fighting the double burden of disease  pharmaphorum1 week ago

LSTM-Eisai-UoL awarded GHIT Fund to deliver anti-Wolbachia drug discovery

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 20-Mar-2014 The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) together with colleagues at the Department of Chemistry (University of Liverpool (UoL)) and Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai are pleased to announce that they ...
 EurekAlert!4 weeks ago Eisai to Collaborate with Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and University of Liverpool to Discover New..  ADVFN India4 weeks ago EISAI : ENTERS COLLABORATION WITH LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL TO DISCOVER NOVEL ANTI-WOLBACHIA TARGETED ANTI-FILARIAL DRUGS  4 Traders4 weeks ago
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Lincolnshire Co-operative invest over £3.2m in two medical centres

As part of its commitment to investing in the local community, Lincolnshire Co-operative has opened two pharmacies in Lincoln and Boston, which are connected to NHS facilities. In Boston, the society has fully funded the development of a £3m ...
 Co-operative News2 weeks ago

Medicinal Chemistry Optimization of Antiplasmodial Imidazopyridazine Hits from High Throughput Screening of a SoftFocus Kinase Library: Part 1

Department of Chemistry, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, 7701 Cape Town, South Africa∞ Division of Clinical Pharmacology, Department of Medicine, University of Cape Town, Observatory, 7925 Cape Town, South Africaø Discovery Biology, Eskitis ...
 Journal of Medicinal Chemistry1 month ago

Why patent trolling is quack medicine for the innovation economy

Momentum is building in Washington to finally fix the country's patent system, but the good guys better hurry. While Sen. Clare McCaskill, who has decried patent troll bottom feeders , moved to fast-track a reform bill this week, the trolls have ...
 GigaOM1 month ago

MERCK KGAA : MMV and Merck Serono Join Forces in Antimalarial Drug Discovery

Leveraging its internal assets, in 2013, Merck Serono joined the fight against malaria by signing a partnership agreement with MMV. The partnership aims to meet the urgent need for long-acting antimalarial compounds through a lead optimization ...
 4 Traders1 month ago
Global Times

Blaming China oversimplifies real sources of global counterfeit menace

Illustration: Liu Rui/GT The spread of counterfeit products has become a global problem in recent years. The range of goods exposed to infringement is increasing, while the illicit trade itself is turning out to be a complex issue to tackle. ...
 Global Times2 days ago
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Expect crocs and killers when paddling down the Congo River in a canoe

With little more than a battered canoe and a machete, Phil Harwood became the first and so far only person to paddle down the Congo River from its source to the sea. During his journey down the 4,700-kilometre central African river two years ...
 Abu Dhabi National4 days ago

Cape must seize opportunity to be drug...

The year 2013 ended with a downward revision of South Africa's economic growth to 1.9 percent, making 2014 a pivotal year for the country. We are not doing enough to boost the economy in the medium term, or to provide the quality of life needed for ...
 IOL1 week ago
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