Genistein inhibits African swine fever virus replication in vitro by disrupting viral DNA synthesis

Volume: 156, Pages: 128 - 137
Published: Aug 1, 2018
Abstract
African swine fever virus (ASFV) is the causal agent of a highly-contagious and fatal disease of domestic pigs, leading to serious socio-economic consequences in affected countries. Once, neither an anti-viral drug nor an effective vaccines are available, studies on new anti-ASFV molecules are urgently need. Recently, it has been shown that ASFV type II topoisomerase (ASFV-topo II) is inhibited by several fluoroquinolones (bacterial DNA...
Paper Details
Title
Genistein inhibits African swine fever virus replication in vitro by disrupting viral DNA synthesis
Published Date
Aug 1, 2018
Volume
156
Pages
128 - 137
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