By Paul F. Torrence
Antiviral Drug Discovery supplies readers a state-of-the-art view of ways chemical innovations are being mobilized to advance novel methods that may successfully confront rising illnesses and biowarfare. among the themes mentioned are smallpox, the Ebola virus, influenza, SARS, arenaviruses and flaviviruses. each one bankruptcy discusses hypothetical techniques for the invention of appropriate antiviral brokers, contemporary findings with regards to biochemistry or drug discovery, and advances within the additional improvement of tested leads within the sector. well timed and informative, this e-book sincerely delineates the efforts being made to strengthen new and potent broad-spectrum antiviral brokers.
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CDV increased the mean day of death in SCID mice but could not protect them from mortality when treatment was discontinued. SKH-1 hairless mice (immunocompetent or immunosuppressed) readily became infected with either vaccinia or cowpox when virus was applied to abraded skin. 162,163 Huggins and co-workers reported that cynomolgus monkeys infected with monkeypox either by small-particle aerosol or by intravenous inoculation developed classical poxvirus lesions and pulmonary distress, while one model using intravenous variola produced a similar lesional disease and 33% mortality.