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Technology evaluation: GEM-92, Hybridon Inc.
  • R. Zheng
  • Medicine
  • Current opinion in molecular therapeutics
  • 1 August 1999
TLDR
GEM-92 has demonstrated significant inhibition of HIV-1 replication in various cell culture systems, and increased stability in comparison with GEM-91, and Hybridon has been issued two US patents, claiming chemically advanced mixed backbone oligonucleotides. Expand
Technology evaluation: HIVAC-1e.
  • R. Zheng
  • Medicine
  • Current opinion in molecular therapeutics
  • 1 February 1999
TLDR
In 29 vaccinia-naïve volunteers, priming with HIVAC-1e was demonstrated as a key determinant of the epitope specificity and magnitude of antibody responses to gp160. Expand
INVESTIGATIONS ON THE KINETOPLAST DNA MINICIRLES OF TRYPANOSOMA EVANSI
TLDR
The evidence provided by present investigation showed that Chinese T. evansi strains shared kDNA minicircle Sequence homology with each other, but also showed a minor minicircles sequence heterogeneity. Expand
The Cytotoxic Effects of Spike Proteins and Hydroxychloroquine
Title: This study shows the effect of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), one of the drugs currently under investigation for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) treatment, on theExpand
Chemokines in infection and inflammatory disease--the Royal Society of Medicine.
  • R. Zheng
  • Medicine
  • IDrugs : the investigational drugs journal
  • 1 March 1999
TLDR
This well-organized meeting covered many clinical and academic areas related to chemokines and their receptors, and provided good food for thought, with suggestions of possible targets and the discussion of various applications of research findings. Expand
[Comparative studies on the repetitive DNA sequences of diploid and triploid forms of Paragonimus westermani by restriction endonuclease and Southern blotting].
TLDR
The present study, at the molecular level, supports the previously reported biological and biochemical results that they might be considered as different isolates or forms and suggests that PstI, DdeI, HaeIII and HpaII digestion pattern might be useful to distinguish the diploid from the triploid forms of Paragonimus westermani. Expand