Artemisinin and chloroquine structure

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    Artemisinin and chloroquine structure


    Chloroquine has been extensively used in mass drug administrations, which may have contributed to the emergence and spread of resistance. It is recommended to check if chloroquine is still effective in the region prior to using it.

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    Artemisinin is effective against all the malaria-causing protozoal organisms in the genus Plasmodium. The drug is particularly useful in the treatment of infections involving chloroquine -resistant parasites and infections involving multidrug-resistant P. falciparum, which is the deadliest of the malaria protozoans. Artemisinin. Artemisinin was isolated by Chinese scientists in 1972 from Artemisia annua sweet wormwood, better known to Chinese herbalists for more than 2000 years as Qinghao. In the early 1970s, initial testing by Chinese scientists of Qinghao extracts in mice infected with malaria showed it to be as effective as chloroquine and quinine in. Artemisinin resistance typically refers to a delay in the clearance of malaria parasites from the bloodstream following treatment with an ACT. As a result, the artemisinin compound is less effective in clearing all parasites within a 3-day period among patients who are infected with artemisinin-resistant strains of malaria.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend against treatment of malaria with chloroquine alone due to more effective combinations. In areas where resistance is present, other antimalarials, such as mefloquine or atovaquone, may be used instead.

    Artemisinin and chloroquine structure

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  3. The recent reports on the decreasing susceptibility of Plasmodium falciparum to artemisinin derivatives along the Thailand and Myanmar border are worrying. Indeed it may spread to India and then Africa, repeating the same pattern observed for chloroquine resistance. Therefore, it is essential to start monitoring P. falciparum sensitivity to artemisinin derivatives and its partner drugs in.

    • Ex vivo anti-malarial drugs sensitivity. - Malaria Journal.
    • WHO Q&A on artemisinin resistance.
    • Genetic architecture of artemisinin-resistant Plasmodium..

    Artemisinin was first announced to the rest of the world in 1979. At first, biological chemists were puzzled by the apparent stability of the hitherto unknown 15-carbon sesquiterpene peroxide structure. A full chemical synthesis was reported 4 years later, although, as for quinine, this remains too expensive for commercialization. Chloroquine. Chloroquine is the prototype anti malarial drug, most widely used to treat all types of malarial infections. It is also the cheapest, time tested and safe anti malarial agent. Mechanism of action The mechanism of action of chloroquine is unclear. Being alkaline, the drug reaches high concentration within the food vacuoles of the. Artemisinin and its derivatives are currently considered the most effective drug in treating cerebral malaria and chloroquine resistant falciparum malaria 2, 3. It is also recognized as the “best hope for the treatment of malaria” by the World Health Organization because of its effectiveness, nonresistant characteristics, and minimal side effects 2, 3.

     
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