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Tunis researcher calls for leishmania library

A researcher from Tunisia is among those calling for a free library of chemical reagents so researchers can combat leishmania, the parasitic disease transmitted by the bite of the sand fly.

Afif Ben Salah from the Pasteur Institute in Tunis published his argument in a recent edition of Neglected Tropical Diseases, an open access journal published by the Public Library of Science (PLoS).

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