Method speeds production of malaria drug artemisinin

02/16/2012 | Google

Production of malaria drugs could be quadrupled, and prices slashed dramatically, under a technique developed by German scientists that quickly and inexpensively converts artemisinic acid, a waste byproduct, into artemisinin, which treats malaria.

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