The Role of University Research Departments in the Development of Antiparasitic Chemotherapy
An extensive programme of chemical synthesis designed to seek new antiparasitic drugs is a costly undertaking that can seldom be accepted within a university department. If such research is performed it is usually either because the work itself is of genuine academic interest, or because the acceptance of a contract from an outside organisation may, incidentally, provide funds that can then be used for other items of research of primary interest to that particular department.
KeywordsPharmaceutical Industry Academic World Biological Screening Antiparasitic Drug Chemical Lead
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