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artemether/ambroisie

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Formulation, process development and evaluation of artemether and lumefantrine soft gelatin capsule.

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Artemether and Lumefantrine capsules are indicated for the treatment of P. falciparum malaria cases resistant to both chloroquine and sulphadoxine, pyrimethamine combination. Both artemether and lumefantrine act as blood schizontocides. Artemether is a sesquiterpene lactone derived from artemisinin.

Differential effects of orally versus parenterally administered qinghaosu derivative artemether in dogs.

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Artemether (AM) is an antimalarial drug derived from artemisinin (Qinghaosu), an extract of the herb Artemisia annua L., sweet wormwood. Its antiparasitic effect is that of a schizontocide and is explained by rapid uptake by parasitized erythrocytes and interaction with a component of hemoglobin

[Extraction of artemisinin and synthesis of its derivates artesunate and artemether].

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Artemisinin is extracted from Artemisia annua, a shrub also known as sweet wormwood that was used in traditional medicine in Asia for more than 1500 years. Recent studies in numerous malarious zones have demonstrated the effectiveness of artemisinin and have reported no evidence of the resistance

[Review of the use of artemisinin and its derivatives in the treatment of malaria].

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This article reviews the development of the artemisinins used in the treatment of drug-resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria. The story starts in China with Artemisia annua L., a plant that was traditionally used as an antipyretic. The activity of Annual wormwood can be explained by the presence

Coartem: the journey to the clinic.

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Artemisinin, from which the artemether component of Coartem (artemether/lumefantrine, AL) is derived, is obtained from the plant sweet wormwood (Artemisia annua) which has been used for over 2,000 years as a Chinese herbal remedy. Artemisinin was first identified by Chinese researchers as the active
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