New Collaboration Grant between South African and Tanzanian Research Groups

  • Prof. Oleg Reva
  • Published 2013

Abstract

A Kansas State University microbiologist has found a breakthrough herbal medicine treatment for a common human fungal pathogen that lives in almost 80 percent of people. A medicinal herb called Gymnema slyvestre, used by diabetic people in developing countries to help control sugar levels, was found to be nontoxic and able to block the virulence properties… (More)

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