Marina Korneyeva

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Analysis of the HIV protease gene from the plasma of HIV–infected patients revealed substitutions at nine different codons selected in response to monotherapy with the protease inhibitor ritonavir. Mutants at valine–82, although insufficient to confer resistance, appeared first in most patients. Significant phenotypic resistance required multiple mutations(More)
Solvent-detergent treatment, although used routinely in plasma product processing to inactivate enveloped viruses, substantially reduces product yield from the human plasma resource. To improve yields in plasma product manufacturing, a new viral reduction process has been developed using the fatty acid caprylate. As licensure of plasma products warrants(More)
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