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CRESIB coordinates an international consortium to fight malaria caused by Plasmodium vivax

which has been long forgotten. Consequently, this new research programme has a large importance, and an estimated initial duration of 4 years.

This is the reason why CRESIB, through DR. Hernando A. del Portillo, specialist in molecular biology and vaccine development against Plasmodium vivax, gives plenty of importance to the development of new control tools for this type of malaria.

In the field of malaria by P. vivax, there has been until now a lack of initiatives to promote the global effort in the research on this disease. With the experience of the CRESIB group in malaria and of the Clnic Foundation for Biomedical Research (FCRB, Fundaci Clnic per a la Recerca Biomdica) in the management and coordination of projects of international research, an international consortium of research in P. vivax will be created and promoted. This consortium will be constituted by leading malaria research centres, and will be coordinated from Barcelona.


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Contact: Marc de Semir
mdesemir@clinic.ub.es
34-932-275-700
IDIBAPS - Institut d'Investigacions Biomdiques August Pi i Sunyer
17-Jul-2007


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