Published in Health Business Week, March 28th, 2008
The compound, called L'644, is a member of a class of antiretroviral molecules known as gp41 fusion inhibitors, which inhibit HIV infection by preventing the virus from fusing with the surface of target cells, an early step in the HIV infection process, potentially representing a novel way to block infection.
This announcement follows a similar agreement with Merck that granted IPM a royalty-free...
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