Erica M W Lauterwasser

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Artemisinin combination therapies (ACT) represent the current standard of care in the treatment of uncomplicated malaria. The widespread adoption of ACT has been motivated by a desire to minimize the emergence of drug resistance and to address the problem of recrudescence associated with artemi-sinin monotherapy. [1–4] We set out to explore a(More)
The precise targeting of cytotoxic agents to specific cell types or cellular compartments is of significant interest in medicine, with particular relevance for infectious diseases and cancer. Here, we describe a method to exploit aberrant levels of mobile ferrous iron (Fe(II)) for selective drug delivery in vivo. This approach makes use of a(More)
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