Hepatitis C virus: Promising discoveries and new treatments.
- J. C. S. Bastos, M. A. Padilla, L. Caserta, N. Miotto, A. Vigani, C. Arns
- MedicineWorld Journal of Gastroenterology
- 28 July 2016
Researchers should consider the mutation capacity of the virus and the other variables that affect treatment success, as well as the search for new substances with antiviral activity against HCV continues, promising future improvements in treatment.
Antiviral Activity of Bacillus sp. Isolated from the Marine Sponge Petromica citrina against Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus, a Surrogate Model of the Hepatitis C Virus
- J. C. S. Bastos, L. Kohn, C. Arns
- 29 April 2013
Various substances are active on marine invertebrates and microorganisms and may lead to the development of drugs which ensure an alternative therapy for the treatment of hepatitis C.
Association between single nucleotide polymorphisms in TLR4, TLR2, TLR9, VDR, NOS2 and CCL5 genes with acute viral bronchiolitis
- A. E. Alvarez, F. Marson, J. Ribeiro
- Medicine, BiologyGene
- 15 December 2017
Actinobacteria from Termite Mounds Show Antiviral Activity against Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus, a Surrogate Model for Hepatitis C Virus
- M. A. Padilla, R. Rodrigues, C. Arns
- Biology, MedicineEvidence-Based Complementary and Alternative…
- 22 October 2015
The results of the present study provide new information for antiviral research using natural sources, demonstrate the antiviral potential of Streptomyces chartreusis compounds isolated from termite mounds against BVDV, and lay the foundation for further studies on the treatment of HCV infection.
Avian coronavirus isolated from a pigeon sample induced clinical disease, tracheal ciliostasis, and a high humoral response in day-old chicks
- M. Martini, L. Caserta, C. Arns
- BiologyAvian Pathology
- 26 March 2018
The results confirm the pathogenicity of Brazilian variants, which can cause disease and induce gross lesions and histopathological changes in chickens and suggest that non-Galliformes birds can also play a role in the ecology of AvCoV.
Rhinoviruses as critical agents in severe bronchiolitis in infants
- J. C. S. Bastos, P. V. Simas, C. Arns
- MedicineJornal de Pediatria
- 1 December 2021
Respiratory syncytial virus in Brazilian infants – Ten years, two cohorts
- Elinara Wollmeister, A. E. Alvarez, A. G. Riccetto
- MedicineJournal of Clinical Virology
- 6 December 2017
Antiviral Activity of Marine Actinobacteria against Bovine ViralDiarrhea Virus, a Surrogate Model of the Hepatitis C Virus
- J. C. S. Bastos, C. B. A. Menezes, F. Fantinatti-Garboggini, M. A. Padilla, C. Arns, L. Kohn
Various extracts stood out and may lead to the development of drugs that ensure an alternative therapy for the treatment of hepatitis C, although it has been observed action of different extracts in several stages of viral replicative cycle.