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Well-conducted clinical studies and laboratory tests deliver quality-assured primary data from which reliable evidence of antimalarial therapeutic efficacy or resistance can be generated. The use of standardised procedures facilitates the comparison of study results within and across regions over time. For this purpose, WWARN has developed a library of standardised procedures that offers you guidance in the execution of various activities in the fields of clinical, in vitro, pharmacology and molecular analysis in regards antimalarial drug resistance. 

Explore these procedures and discover if any of these can help the design of your clinical study.

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