Associate Professor Gardiner hopes to alternative therapies to alternative therapies for malaria click to see full text.

Associate Professor Gardiner hopes to alternative therapies to alternative therapies for malaria. ‘The problem with current anti-malarial drugs is that they are against the person they react, what often severe side effects. More knowledge about the parasite means that we develop drugs that are more specific, and therefore less likely to act against people, ‘said Associate Professor Gardiner click to see full text read more . ‘The prevention and treatment of malaria is becoming increasingly difficult due to the global spread of resistant parasite resistance has all the currently available antimalarial drugs and an effective vaccine for many years seemed removed if we do not maintain that edge against these parasites, with the introduction of new and effective drugs, the global death toll from this man infection deadly parasitic just continue to rise. ‘.

Prove that target for future target for future anti-malaria drugs from researchers can useIn collaboration with a multinational team, Queensland Institute of Medical Research scientists, Associate Professor Don Gardiner, Katharine Trenholme and team identifies a new way of the malaria malaria kill – a disease that kills more than 1 million people each year. – ‘We have the structure of an enzyme, the parasite that get nutrients from the blood can be examined,’said Associate Professor Gardiner. ‘If we have a drug that can stop this enzyme does not function properly, we can essentially starve the parasites to death. ‘.

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