Anti-viral drug designing


Jinjing Wu*

Viruses comprise of a genome and at times a couple of chemicals put away in a container made of protein capsid, and now and then covered with a lipid layer called an envelope. Viruses cannot duplicate on their own and rather proliferate by oppressing a host cell to create duplicates of themselves, producing the next generation.  Antiviral treatment is quite possibly the most exciting aspect of virology, since it has effectively utilized essential science to create extremely compelling medicines for genuine viral diseases. The essential focus has been upon infection targets, and this keeps on being a useful technique.

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