Alexandra Manos-Turvey

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
Polyomavirus infections are common and relatively benign in the general human population but can become pathogenic in immunosuppressed patients. Because most treatments for polyomavirusassociated diseases nonspecifically target DNA replication, existing treatments for polyomavirus infection possess undesirable side effects. However, all polyomaviruses(More)
Human polyomaviruses are generally latent but can be reactivated in patients whose immune systems are suppressed. Unfortunately, current therapeutics for diseases associated with polyomaviruses are non-specific, have undefined mechanisms of action, or exacerbate the disease. We previously reported on a class of dihydropyrimidinones that specifically target(More)
  • 1