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Tag Archives: Antivirals
For years I’ve been telling students to forget about type II (gamma) interferon in terms of protecting against viruses – antiviral therapy is mostly down to type I (alpha/beta) interferon. Well not in the case of Ebola virus seemingly. With … Continue reading →
Chronic hepatitis C virus infection is a major cause of liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma and there is no vaccine to prevent HCV infection. Continue reading →
New state of the art therapies for cytomegalovirus. Continue reading →
This review discusses the apoptotic pathways that result in the demise of the immune system in HIV infection. Continue reading →
A novel approach to treating coronavirus infections. Continue reading →
Maybe there is some reason to be more optimistic about treating influenza. Continue reading →
Recent strategies that have been developed in the search for an HIV cure and to improve life quality of people living with HIV. Continue reading →
Where did MERS-CoV come from and what is it likely to do next? Continue reading →
It has been thirty years since human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was first identified as the cause of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Continue reading →