Published in AIDS Weekly, January 5th, 2009
"On the basis of the structural and functional information of anti-HIV peptides from a previous study, we designed an HIV fusion inhibitor named CP32M, a 32-mer synthetic peptide that is highly effective in inhibiting infection by a wide range of primary HIV-1 isolates from multiple genotypes with R5- or dual-tropic (R5X4) phenotype, including a group O...
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