from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Preventing or relieving the symptoms of malaria.
- n. A drug used to treat malaria.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. agent that prevents or counteracts malaria
- adj. preventing or counteracting malaria
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Good against malaria.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preventive or curative of malaria.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a medicinal drug used to prevent or treat malaria
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These discoveries led to the successful production of certain antimalarial drugs (they are reported in numerous scientific papers, mainly in the Journal of the Chemical Society).
Travelers who may be at risk for malaria during their trip can take antimalarial drugs prior to travel and can learn more about ways to protect themselves on their trip.
In fact there seems to be growing interest in it because it can be readily cultivated and seems to offer the possibility as a source of new drugs with anti-inflammatory, antimalarial, hepatoprotective, and anti-cancer applications.
PDPs have developed and delivered antimalarial medicines and are making headway in the development of vaccines and rapid diagnostic tests.
The fear is that like chloroquine, an older class of antimalarial drug that has lost its power, artemisinin will be rendered useless through the emergence of resistant parasites.
We need to scale up what is already working and continue to develop new antimalarial tools.
Sproxil's founder, Mr. Gogo, said one potential client, an antimalarial drug distributor in Nigeria, recently found that 80% of its medication on the market had been reproduced and was fake.
Distrust of military officials, as well as of women, was also apparent in the rumor that Tokyo Rose warned her American listeners that the antimalarial drug Atabrine would make them impotent or sterile.
So since we've been discussing on this blog a donor scheme to get the new antimalarial drugs to poor people in all the mosquito-ridden parts of the developing world, I thought I'd try to find out how it would work in reality in Katine.
Suppose that P. falciparum need several separate mutations just to deal with one antimalarial drug.