Recent Advances in the Development of Antiviral Agents
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2019) | Viewed by 75414
Interests: virus evolution; macrophages; HIV pathogenesis; antivirals; HIV chemotherapy; microbicides; viral resistance; neuroAIDS; mechanisms of virus entry; chemokines and chemokine receptors; role of astrocytes and neurons in HIV infection
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Viral infections inflict many serious human diseases, especially in the most developing countries, with very high mortality rates. New drug-resistant strains are continually emerging due to the high viral mutation rate, which makes it necessary to develop novel and possibly more potent antiviral compounds. All researchers working in this field are cordially invited to contribute original research papers or reviews to this Special Issue of Molecules, which will report on the design, synthesis, and evaluation of novel antiviral drug or microbicide candidates against viral infections, the identification of novel biological targets or therapeutic approaches and rationale, or studies about antiviral resistance mechanisms and strategies to prevent and/or circumvent them.
Prof. Dr. Stefano Aquaro
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- Drug design
- Drug synthesis
- Antiviral activity
- Antiviral resistence
- Virus evolution
- Antiviral therapy
- Virus entry
- Virus replication
- Viral enzimes
- Virus phatogenesis