Dreamtime, devastation and deviation: Australia's contribution to the chemotherapy of human parasitic infections.

@article{Boreham1995DreamtimeDA,
  title={Dreamtime, devastation and deviation: Australia's contribution to the chemotherapy of human parasitic infections.},
  author={P. F. Boreham},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  year={1995},
  volume={25 9},
  pages={1009-22}
}
  • P. F. Boreham
  • Published 1995 in International journal for parasitology
There are three areas in which Australian scientists have made outstanding contributions to the study of the chemotherapy of human parasitic infections. Naturally occurring products of plants have great potential as antiparasitic agents and although several native species have been shown to have antimalarial and anthelmintic activity, their potential as chemotherapeutic agents has not been fully realised; secondly, the demands of war ensured that the Army Malaria Unit at Cairns carried out… CONTINUE READING

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