Saintis blong Australia i painim rot blong kilim malaria

Saintis blong Australia i painim rot blong kilim malaria

Saintis blong Australia i painim rot blong kilim malaria

Postim 14 February 2013, 20:14 AEST

Ol saintis blong Australia i bilif ol nau i painim wanpela wei long kilim ol binatang blong sik malaria na hope oli ken stretim dispela sik

Ol saintis blong Australia i bilif ol nau i painim wanpela wei long kilim ol binatang blong malaria na hope long sretim dispela sik, em ibin kiim pinis moa  long wan million pipol long olgeta yar.

Ol dispela save man oa ol researchers istap long Australia National University ibin painim olsem ol binating blong malaria  isave iusim ol pump long putim aut ol salt  long bodi blong em,na bihain kamapim nupela kain drag long pasim dispela pump.

Dispela pump ken i putim salt  long binatang  igo inap emi kilim em.

Profesa Kiaran Kirk,husait i wanpela memba blong dispela wok painim tim, itok binatang malaria i rausim ol salt olsem wara insait  long bot.\

"If you've got a leaky boat that's leaking lots of water, just like the parasite is leaking lots of salt, you need a pump to push the water out of the boat," he told the ABC.

"And if you stop that pump working the boat fills with water and the boat sinks.

"If you stop the salt pump working, the parasite fills with salt and the parasite sinks."

Professa Kirk itok ol saintis nau iwok long hope dispela ol binatang ino winim wok blong ol.

"It's a continual race. We develop a drug, the parasite becomes resistant...we need a new drug."

"Hopefully a new drug will work for a long time.

"But in terms of saying someone's cured malaria, yes you can use a drug to treat malaria patients for some years but you've got to continually make new drugs."