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Key Molecule for Flu Infection, a Novel Target for Drug Development?

News   May 31, 2018 | Original story from Hokkaido University

 
Key Molecule for Flu Infection, a Novel Target for Drug Development?

Human bronchial epithelial cells cultured with (right) or without (left) a calcium channel blocker (CCB) prior to exposure to IAV. Red signals show infected and replicated IAV. Treatment with CCB significantly suppressed IAV infections. Credit: Fujioka Y. et al., Cell Host & Microbe, May 17, 2018

 
 
 

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