Silke M Currie
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The Human Cathelicidin LL-37 Has Antiviral Activity against Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Respiratory syncytial virus is a leading cause of lower respiratory tract illness among infants, the elderly and immunocompromised individuals. Currently, there is no effective vaccine or disease… Expand
Antiviral potential of cathelicidins.
The global burden of morbidity and mortality arising from viral infections is high; however, the development of effective therapeutics has been slow. As our understanding of innate immunity has… Expand
Cationic Host Defence Peptides: Potential as Antiviral Therapeutics
There is a pressing need to develop new antiviral treatments; of the 60 drugs currently available, half are aimed at HIV-1 and the remainder target only a further six viruses. This demand has led to… Expand
Antiviral potential of cathelicidins REVIEW
Explorer Antiviral potential of cathelicidins
Antiviral function of LL-37 on respiratory syncytial virus
- Silke M Currie
- 2 July 2016