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I don't know anything about this topic, but I did find this recent paper: Kamaljit Singh,Hardeep Kaur, Kelly Chibale, Jan Balzarini, Susan Little, Prasad V. Bharatam (2012) 2-Aminopyrimidine based 4-aminoquinoline anti-plasmodial agents. Synthesis, biological activity, structure–activity relationship and mode of action studies. European Journal of ...
This may be the paper you are looking for: Ongaroraa DSB, Gutb J, Rosenthalb PJ, Masimirembwac CM, Chibale K. 2012. Benzoheterocyclic amodiaquine analogues with potent antiplasmodial activity: Synthesis and pharmacological evaluation. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 22(15): 5046–5050, doi:10.1016/j.bmcl.2012.06.010.
The experience of a former adviser of mine was that some people who are not taking anti-malarial medication can still resist infection with Plasmodium falciparum, one of the parasites responsible for malaria. The parasite's life cycle includes stages inside the Anopheles sp. mosquito, and they are transmitted to human host via the female mosquito's saliva ...
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