Improving the quality of treatment is essential to combat the burden of malaria and prevent the development of drug resistance.
Drug shops are major sources of parenteral anti-malarials, which should be reserved for cases of severe malaria.
The authors conclude that freezing and thawing of parasite culture, followed by incubation with LBS in the dark for 3 h provided a significant improvement in fluorescence signal.
Dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine (DP) is increasingly recommended for antimalarial treatment in many endemic countries; however, concerns have been raised over its potential under dosing in young children. We investigated the influence of different dosing schedules on DP's clinical efficacy.
Protozoal diseases such as malaria are a leading world health concern.
The analysis reveals that aqua-ligated FP has a low propensity to self-associate and that the predominant self-associated species are homodimeric hydroxide-ligated FP and heterodimeric aqua/hydroxide-ligated FP.