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A worthy adversary for malaria

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A remarkable set of antimalarial drug candidates has been developed by an international collaboration of scientists, using the age-old Chinese herbal medicine artemisinin as a template.

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  1. Paul M. O'Neill is in the Departments of Chemistry and of Pharmacology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool L69 7ZD, UK. p.m.oneill01@liverpool.ac.uk

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