Protease Inhibitors are a class of antivirals drugs used to treat a variety of viral infections, in particular HIV and HCV. These groups of inhibitors act by selectively binding to viral proteases during viral replication. In turn, preventing the proteolytic cleavage of protein precursors necessary to produce infectious viral particles. As a result, these newly replicated viruses are defective and unable to replicate and infect more host cells.
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