Virus-Host Fusion Inhibitors
Fusion Inhibitors, also known as entry inhibitors, are a class of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs. This class of antiviral drugs is used primarily in the treatment of HIV. As the name implies these inhibitors prevent viruses from entering or “fusing” with the host cells. Fusion inhibitors bind to envelope proteins on the exterior of the virus, effectively preventing the structural changes necessary to infuse with the host cell. Without the ability to enter the host cells the virus no longer have access to the machinery required to replicate and grow.
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