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The World Health Organisation recommended last week that millions more people be given antiviral drugs than are now getting them.
There have been nine postmarketing reports of symptomatic bradycardia in patients who were taking amiodarone with Harvoni; amiodarone with Sovaldi plus another hepatitis C antiviral drug, simeprevir (Olysio); or amiodarone with an investigational hepatitis C antiviral drug, daclatasvir.
Our findings suggest that PD1 could serve as a biomarker as well as a much needed antiviral drug for severe and lethal influenza virus infections," the researchers said.
21 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) suggests that a new compound, one on the threshold of final testing in humans, may be more potent and safer for treating "bird flu" than the antiviral drug best known by the trade name Tamiflu.
Fifty international university-, laboratory-, and industry-based researchers contribute 20 chapters reviewing the latest findings in antiviral drug research.
Drug development experience with influenza antiviral drug products in the interpandemic period is, therefore, important to assessing drugs that may be suitable for stockpiling," the agency concludes.
RPI-MN is the lead antiviral drug candidate of Nutra Pharma's holding, ReceptoPharm.
Almost all of the states' plans address a wide range of issues regarding command and control, surveillance, vaccination, antiviral drugs, communication, and emergency management and containment measures.
Pharmasset is an emerging pharmaceutical company committed to the discovery, development and commercialization of novel antiviral drugs.
REPLICor will be presenting 3 papers regarding the activity of its broad spectrum antiviral drug at the 18th International Conference on Antiviral Research in Barcelona, Spain, April 10-14, 2005.
London, July 1 (ANI): For the first time, the National Health Board of Denmark has announced a case of pandemic H1N1 flu resistant to the antiviral drug Tamiflu.
When performed over a range of inhibitor or antiviral drug (oseltamivir and zanamivir) concentrations, they enable the determination of the 50% inhibitory concentration (I[C.
Fielding said the most potentially effective antiviral drug is Tamiflu and the U.
2] On February 11 The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene said in a press release, "A highly resistant strain of rapidly progressive human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has been diagnosed for the first time in a New York City resident who had not previously undergone antiviral drug treatment.
This Future Virology Special Focus Issue, titled Antiviral Drug Development, brings together a selection of review articles examining some of the most significant past, present, and potentially future viral human pathogens, introduced with a foreword and editorial from guest editors Mark Wainberg and Hugh Field.