Shraddha A. Sane

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Current drugs for the treatment of visceral leishmaniasis are inadequate, and their efficacies are also compromised due to suppression of immune function during the course of infection. Miltefosine is the only promising orally active antileishmanial drug, but due to its long half-life, there is risk of development of resistance. To overcome these problems,(More)
Prophylactic potential of synthetic bacterial lipopeptide and a TLR2 agonist, Pam3Cys was first evaluated against experimental visceral leishmaniasis in rodent model. After establishing the potential its effect on therapeutic efficacy of miltefosine was also studied. Pam3Cys showed 74.64% inhibition in parasitic establishment when administered by ip route(More)
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