Study provides insights into how herbal antimalarial works

12/26/2012 | Business Insider

Halofuginone, a drug derived from the root of the blue evergreen hydrangea flowering plant, blocks the protein-assembly process that allows malaria parasites to live in the blood, according to a study published in the journal Nature. "Our new results solved a mystery that has puzzled people about the mechanism that has been used to treat fever from a malaria infection going back probably 2,000 years or more," said lead researcher Paul Schimmel of the Scripps Research Institute in California.

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