Published in Cancer Weekly, August 18th, 2009
"These compounds were able to inactivate virions as well as to reduce virus yields from infected cells," wrote C.C. Garcia and colleagues, University of Buenos Aires.
The researchers concluded: "Here, the inactivation of the arenavirus Junin (JUNV), agent of Argentine hemorrhagic fever, by the aromatic disulfide NSC20625 was analyzed."
Garcia and colleagues published their study in Virus Research...
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