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Outputs of the Open Source Malaria Project

Open Source Drug Discovery – A Limited Tutorial, M. N. Robertson, P. M. Ylioja, A. E. Williamson, M. Woelfle, M. Robins, K. A. Badiola, P. Willis, P. Olliaro, T. N. C. Wells and M. H. Todd, Parasitology 2014, 141, 148-157 Paper Altmetric Data
First published project data set
Master List of Chemical Compounds made

Non-publication/data Outputs

Open Source Drug Discovery for Malaria Conference, Sydney, February 2012 (Articles about this meeting: 1, 2)

Short guide to using the Electronic Lab Notebook

Articles/Features about Open Source Malaria

Paper from December 2013 describing OSM, comparing it with other initiatives such as the Bradner lab and containing a discussion of other meta-aspects of open drug discovery
Launch of Series 4
MMV interview with Mat Todd about open drug discovery
Article by Walter Jessen on Highlight Health 2.0
Guardian Innovations in Malaria
Development of the Website
An Example of Open Source Drug Discovery
Feature in the Guardian about open source drug discovery for malaria with separate discussion of the terminology "open source" when referring to drug discovery.
Sketch of a talk Mat Todd gave about the project at the Sanger Institute/EBI in January 2014.
The project is the subject of a feature article in the new Australian newspaper, The Saturday Paper.
OSM is featured in International Innovation's issue on Parasites of Poverty (go to page 50-51) alongside other developments from WHO/TDR and MMV.

General Resources for Malaria

The Go Fight Against Malaria Scripps/IBM computing project
The Synaptic Leap malaria community
Mendeley group. The Usefulchem Malaria Project

Papers Most Relevant to Open Source Malaria

Original description of the GSK TCAMS set
Evaluation of GSK TCMAS Cyclopropyl Carboxamides
Article calling for more collaboration on global phenotypic screening
PLoS ONE paper on MMV's Malaria Box

Miscellaneous Malaria-related Links

Electric fans for mosquito control?
Promising series: The 2,4-diaminothienopyrimidines possessing a core similar to OSM Series 3.

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