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Neuraminidase Inhibitors Vs M2 Inhibitors


I had been wondering why Neuraminidase (NA) inhibitors have been undergoing constant popularity for influenza treatment over other antivirals. Antiviral drugs specific to influenza have been around reportedly since the 1960s but later their use probably seems to be more widespread. The two main classes are M2 Inhibitors and Neuraminidase Inhibitors that are widely used [...]

H1N1 – A New Challenge to Human Immunity


What is an Influenza Pandemic? A pandemic is a global disease outbreak. An influenza pandemic occurs when a new influenza A virus emerges for which there is little or no immunity in the human population, begins to cause serious illness and then spreads easily person-to-person worldwide. So we keep wondering how this is different from [...]

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