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worst major IPO of the decade , but the preferred clients of big banks made huge profits off the crash. Why? Public documents and interviews with dozens of investment bankers, research analysts, and money managers reveal that the Street caught wind of something the public didn't: Facebook's revenue estimates were cut a week before the IPO, even as public expectations for the stock ...
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ST. LOUIS, MO U.S. researchers have developed a new fast-acting drug against malaria that appears to avoid the problem with current medicines, which often lose their effectiveness against increasingly drug-resistant strains of malaria parasites, called Plasmodium.
Scientists say the new malaria medicine may have a decisive edge against this persistent tropical-world killer.
Michael Riscoe of Oregon Health and Science University, in the U.S. Northwest, says the new drug, known as ELQ-300, targets the mitochondria -- energy-producing structures in the parasite's cells -- and the DNA building blocks they produce.
A chemical model of ELQ-300. (Image courtesy of Michael Riscoe) x A chemical model of ELQ-300. (Image courtesy of Michael Riscoe) "So the Plasmodium mitochondrion serves as a factory to make these DNA building blocks, but this is completely blocked by ELQ-300," explains Riscoe. "Studies show that the drug acts very quickly to shut down this process. In fact, (in) only about 10 minutes.rdquo;
Perhaps the biggest obstacle in the fight against malaria, Riscoe adds, is the Plasmodium parasite's ability to mutate and develop resistance to each new drug used against the disease. ...
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