Entry Inhibitor

Entry Inhibitor

Entry inhibitors, also known as fusion inhibitors, are a class of antiretroviral drugs, used in combination therapy for the treatment of HIV infection. This class of drugs interferes with the binding, fusion and entry of an HIV virion to a human cell. By blocking this step in HIV's replication cycle, such agents slow the progression from HIV infection to AIDS.

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Entry Inhibitor - Investigation / Experimental Agents
... are under investigation for their ability to interact with the proteins involved in HIV entry and the possibility that they may serve as entry inhibitors ... b12 seems to serve as a natural entry inhibitor in some individuals ... Griffithsin, a substance derived from algae, appears to have entry inhibitor properties ...
Entry Inhibitors - Investigation / Experimental Agents
... investigation for their ability to interact with the proteins involved in HIV entry and the possibility that they may serve as entry inhibitors ... b12 seems to serve as a natural entry inhibitor in some individuals ... Griffithsin, a substance derived from algae, appears to have entry inhibitor properties ...
Antiviral Drug - Approaches By Life Cycle Stage - Before Cell Entry - Entry Inhibitor
... A very early stage of viral infection is viral entry, when the virus attaches to and enters the host cell ... A number of "entry-inhibiting" or "entry-blocking" drugs are being developed to fight HIV ...

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