Published in AIDS Weekly, August 4th, 2003
C.F. Pereira and coauthors at the University of Utrecht found that "o-(acetoxyphenyl)hept-2-ynyl sulfide (APHS), a recently synthesized non-steroidal anti-inflammatory molecule, can inhibit HIV-1 replication," and performed a study to "clarify the mechanism of action of APHS."
"When administered during the first steps of the infection, APHS was capable of inhibiting the replication of several HIV-1 strains...
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