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Treatment of Antiviral Drugs in Wastewater Using Advanced Oxidation Processes - Ozonation of Oseltamivir PhosphateDownload
While wastewater treatment facilities are designed to remove contaminants from water before it returns to the environment, unfortunately, not all of these facilities are effective in the removal of micropollutants (MPs). Antiviral drugs are a class of MPs that have become an area of concern due...
Infectious respiratory diseases, caused by viruses and bacteria that attack the respiratory system, constitute a serious threat in public health around the world. Pathogens can be transmitted in the air though large droplets or aerosols. As aerosols can linger in the environment for a prolonged...
Inhibition and enhancement of Respiratory Syncytial Virus replication by nucleoside analogues and bis(indole) compoundsDownload
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is an Orthopneumovirus that infects the epithelium of the airways. Severe RSV infection of the lower respiratory tract in infants is a leading cause of pediatric hospitalizations. RSV also causes substantial morbidity in immunocompromised and elderly populations....
Most antivirals target viral proteins and are specific for only one virus, or even one viral genotype. Whereas viral proteins are encoded in the plastic viral genome, virion lipids are not and their rearrangements during fusion of the virion envelope to cellular membranes are conserved among...
The Stevens [1,2]-rearrangement of onium ylides has been employed as a valuable synthetic method to construct new C-C bonds. Oxonium ylides are reactive intermediates that undergo facile Stevens rearrangement under mild conditions. In the last several decades, the Stevens rearrangement of oxonium...
Mast cells are immune cells important in innate immunity. Besides their role in asthma and allergies, mast cells are critical effector cells against various pathogens. Mast cells are established to be protective against bacterial infections, but little is known about their functions in viral...
The mechanism of action of cidofovir and (S)-9-(3-hydroxy-2-phosphonomethoxypropyl)adenine against viral polymerasesDownload
The nucleoside phosphonates cidofovir (CDV) and (S)-9-[3-hydroxy-(2-phosphonomethoxy)propyl]adenine [(S)-HPMPA] are analogs of dCMP and dAMP, respectively. Collectively these drugs are effective inhibitors of a wide range of DNA viruses, RNA viruses, and retroviruses. Because they are nucleotide...