antiherpes

antiherpes

(ˌæntɪˈhɜːpiːz)
adj
acting against the herpes simplex virus
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She said: "Risk of dementia is greater in those with HSV and antiherpes treatment causes a dramatic decrease in subjects affected by HSV1 who develop dementia.
A simultaneous determination of 14 antiviral drugs in chicken meat using QuEChERS-UPLC-MS/MS was reported [19]; the drugs monitored included antiviral drugs, antiherpes drugs, and an immunomodulator, and separation was achieved in less than 11 min.
Besides, it is also reported as having antihepatitis, antiherpes, anti-inflammatory properties [14] and even used to prevent and cure cancer [15].
Herein, we present a case of an HIV-infected patient with recurrent mixed HSV-1/HSV2 infection with pseudotumor formation that was poorly responsive to traditional antiherpes agents.
Antiherpes virus agents have been explored as a treatment option that would target HHV-8, the implicated pathogen in this disease during its lytic replication.
Likewise, the antiherpes activities of Australian tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil, and thyme oil have been previously reported [93, 135-138].
A systemic medical work-up revealed a history of exposure to human immunodeficiency virus (antiHIV IgG titer >1:320; IgM titer <1:16), herpes simplex (antiherpes simplex IgG titer >1:320; IgM titer <1:16), varicella zoster virus (antivaricella zoster virus IgG titer >1:320; IgM titer <1:16), cytomegalovirus (anticytomegalovirus IgG titer >1:320; IgM titer <1:16) and toxoplasmosis (anti-toxoplasma IgG titer<1:16; IgM titer <1:16).
In vitro antiherpes effects of a C-glycosylflavonoid-enriched fraction of Cecropia glaziovii Sneth.
In this era of molecular medicine, targeted pathogenesis-based treatments such as antiangiogenic compounds, retinoic acid, hormonal agents and antiherpes agents are also being used in the treatment of KS.[6]
Famciclovir, a new oral antiherpes drug: results of the first controlled clinical study demonstrating its efficacy and safety in the treatment of uncomplicated herpes zoster in immunocompetent patients.
Stewart, "Mannich bases of 4-phenyl-3-buten-2-one: a new class of antiherpes agent," Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol.