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29 Apr 2008
The UNCTAD Information Economy Report for 2007-2008 analyses the current and potential contribution of information communication technology (ICT) to knowledge creation and diffusion.
Source: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
1 Apr 2008
Encouraging results from in vitro and mice studies identify oxadiazole 2-oxides as new lead compounds for schistosomiasis chemotherapy
Source: Nature Medicine
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29 Jan 2008
TropIKA’s Tatum Anderson interviews Dr Gill Samuels who took over the position of Chair of the Foundation Council of the Global Forum for Health Research in November 2007.
18 Jan 2008
Although the relevance of specific anti-parasitic treatment for the management of Chagas disease in its chronic stage has been the subject of many controversies, recent results on the pathogenesis of the disease have led to an increasing consensus over the notion that that elimination of T.
3 Dec 2007
The 24-page report “Breaking the Cycle” chronicles five years of scientific discovery conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute (JHMRI).
23 Nov 2007
An eminent Indian researcher has proposed using an 'open source' approach to TB drug design, in the spirit of the human genome project.
20 Nov 2007
Work of South Africa-US Research Team Gives First Look at Genome of XDR TB;Initial Analysis Highlights Small Number of DNA Differences Among Drug-resistant and -sensitive Microbes
13 Nov 2007
Funding for tuberculosis (TB) research barely rose in 2006 and urgently needs dramatic increases, says a report by a research and policy think tank.
4 Oct 2007
Technology developed to reveal the secrets of space is being tested as a method of detecting tuberculosis (TB).
28 Sep 2007
Adding the antibiotic moxifloxacin to the standard combination of drugs currently used to treat tuberculosis (TB) could reduce the time needed to cure patients, researchers say.
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