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LSTM Online Archive is a digital archive of research output produced by Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine staff.
LSTM was founded in 1898, becoming the World's first institution devoted primarily to tropical health. We have extensive links with UN organizations, health ministries, universities, non-governmental organizations and research institutions worldwide, working in partnership to control diseases of poverty and to develop more effective systems for health care. Today, we train over 500 students, from more than 70 countries.
Our Centre for Tropical and Infectious Diseases (CTID) opened in 2008 has considerably expanded our facilities and capacity to research and develop new drugs, vaccines and pesticides to combat some of the world's most devastating diseases. We have grown from 164 UK-based staff in 2001 to around 300 staff in 2012, attracting new talent from around the world as we make progress towards our goal of becoming the premier European institution in tropical international health.
One of our main objectives is "conducting first class research and disseminating the results of that research". This Online Archive is another step in fulfilment of that aim; helping to ensure the accessibility of our published research outputs worldwide.
|1.||Mwaba, P., Maboshe, M., Chintu, C., Squire, B., Nyirenda, S., Sunkutu, R. and Zumla, A. (2003) 'The relentless spread of tuberculosis in Zambia - trends over the past 37 years (1964-2000)'. Samj South African Medical Journal, Vol 93, Issue 2, pp. 149-152.|
|2.||Sundell, I. B., Aziz, K. A., Zuzel, M. and Theakston, R. D. G. (2003) 'The role of phospholipases A(2) in the stimulation of neutrophil motility by cobra venoms'. Toxicon, Vol 41, Issue 4, pp. 459-468. Item not available from this repository.|
|3.||Townson, Harold (2002) 'Wolbachia as a potential tool for suppressing filarial transmission'. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, Vol 96, Issue Supp 2, S117-S127. Item not available from this repository.|
Information for LSTM staff
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LSTM Online Archive supports OAI 2.0 with a base URL of http://archive.lstmliverpool.ac.uk/cgi/oai2