Scientists use global computer network to find leishmaniasis drugs
Colombian scientists are using a global network of personal and institutional computers to search for potential drugs against leishmaniasis, a disease that affects 12 million people worldwide.
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International Leishmania Network
The International Leishmania Network is a network of experts and researchers in leishmaniasis and has been active since 1993. This website has an extensive discussion forum on all areas of leishmaniasis diagnostics, research and treatment, and structured topic areas.
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Where, when, and how the diagnosis of human leishmaniasis is defined: answers from the Brazilian Control Programby Luz, João Gabriel Guimarães et al.
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Leishmaniasis Direct Agglutination Test: Using Pictorials as Training Materials to REduce Inter-Reader Variability and Improve Accuracyby Emily R Adams, Diane Jacquet, Gerard Schoone, Kamlesh Gidwani, Marleern Boelaert, Jane Cunningham
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Coming soon! A paper series on clinical trial design for tropical diseases. Read more here and get involved!
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