HTP Cell-Based Assay Helps Panacos ID Novel Fusion Inhibitors for Resistant HIV | GenomeWeb
BOSTONResearchers at Panacos Pharmaceuticals have developed a high-throughput cell-based assay that can identify non-peptide, small molecule HIV fusion inhibitors.
The technique could enable the company to develop an orally delivered HIV fusion inhibitor to compete against the only inhibitor currently on the market — the subcutaneously injected Fuzeon, sold by Trimeris and Roche.

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