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antiviral drugs

These treat infections by individual groups of viruses.
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Although many companies are focusing their efforts on developing viral inhibitors, cellular targets in the host are beginning to emerge as attractive possibilities because they might enable the development of broad-spectrum antiviral drugs with less chance for developing viral resistance.
Contract notice: acquisition of antiviral drugs: tenofovir isoproxil, emtricitabine / tenofovir disoproxil, efavirenz / emtricitabine / tenofovir disoproxil and entecavir (5 lots) for all sermas hospitals
With ASF continuing to spread across Eastern Europe and China, hitting pig populations and threatening food security, researchers at the UK's Pirbright Institute are to partner with Belgian biotechnology company ViroiVet to develop the first antiviral drugs against it.
SEOUL:Senior officials of South and North Korea will meet at their joint liaison office Friday to discuss cross-border issues, including the delivery of antiviral drugs to North Korea, the unification ministry said.
When patients with the flu are treated within 48 hours of becoming sick, antiviral drugs can reduce symptoms and duration of the illness.
Two antiviral drugs have led to remission in cats with feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), says Dr.
Nowadays, Ganciclovir and Valganciclovir are first-line antiviral drugs to prevent or treat CMV infection [19].
Antiviral drugs work best when started within 48 hours of symptoms.
HBV has been infecting humans for a long time; thus, it is possible that genotypic or phenotypic changes have occurred over time, especially since the introduction of HBV vaccine and antiviral drugs. We examined serologic changes and genotypic alterations of HBV in treatment-naive patients during 2008-2012 in Taiwan, where a universal vaccination program was launched in 1986.
Focus of discussion: We aim to screen extracts of medicinal plants used in traditional medicine with similar activity to leptomycin B but with reduced toxicity in order to identify suitable antiviral drugs for RSV disease.
The new more safe and effective antiviral drugs which are either available or will become available soon include Sovaldi, Declatasvir and Elbasvir.
Last week, Abu Faour warned pharmacies against selling antibiotics and antiviral drugs to patients without a prescription.