Target-Based Drug Discovery for Malaria, Leishmaniasis, and Trypanosomiasis
Keywords: anopheles; antileishmanial; antitrypanosomal; combinatorial chemistry; cruzain; cruzi diamine transporter; falcipain inhibitors; glycolytic enzyme; hexose transporter; high throughput screening; lactate dehydrogenase; leishmania; leishmania nucleoside transporters; leishmaniasis; malaria; malarial proteases; molecular modeling; nucleic acid synthesis; parasitic diseases; phosphoribosyltransferases; plasmepsin inhibitors; plasmodium; polyamine derivatives; proteases; rhodesiense; serine oligopeptidase; transporters; trypanopain Tb; trypanosoma brucei; trypanosome transporters; trypanothione reductase; trypansoma cruzi; tubulin
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 2000-08-01
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