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Antiviral Therapy is one of the leading journals in virology (2012 ISI impact factor: 3.07). The journal is devoted to publishing high quality articles on the clinical development and use of antiviral agents and vaccines, and the treatment of all viral diseases.
Antiviral Chemistry & Chemotherapy is an online peer-reviewed journal publishing the results of original research concerned with the biochemistry, mode of action, chemistry, pharmacology and virology of antiviral compounds.
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Recently published in Antiviral Chemistry & Chemotherapy
Latent HIV-1 is a key barrier to effective antiviral treatment. Manson McManamy et al. describe known molecular mechanisms of this process and review the therapeutic potential of different histone deacetylase enzyme inhibitors in reactivating viral transcription. Read more here.
Recently published in Antiviral Therapy
Rimsky et al. report long-term resistance to rilpivirine in the ECHO/THRIVE Phase III trials. At 96 weeks, resistance patterns were consistent with 48-week data, and suggest most virological failures and resistance-associated mutations occur during the first year of treatment. Overall, the evidence demonstrates rilpivirine is non-inferior to existing therapies for HIV-infected, treatment-naive patients. Read more here.
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