New drug approach show promise against Ebola, other viruses

12/21/2007 | Reuters

Peptides taken from the parainfluenza virus may be able to stop viruses such as Ebola, Nipah and Hendra from entering and infecting human cells, researchers report. Patterned after HIV drugs called entry inhibitors, this method puts peptides between the attacking virus and the cell it wants to infect.

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