108: SCREENING OF MENTHA CORDIFOLIA OPIZ BUFFER CRUDE EXTRACT AS A PUTATIVE HIV-1 POST-TRANSLATIONAL PROTEASE INHIBITOR

@article{Hinay2015108SO,
  title={108: SCREENING OF MENTHA CORDIFOLIA OPIZ BUFFER CRUDE EXTRACT AS A PUTATIVE HIV-1 POST-TRANSLATIONAL PROTEASE INHIBITOR},
  author={Alfredo Amolong Hinay},
  journal={BMJ Open},
  year={2015},
  volume={5}
}
  • Alfredo Amolong Hinay
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • BMJ Open
  • Background In the Philippines, Vicroriano conducted a preliminary studyshowing the effect of Philippine local mint MenthacordifoliaOpiz on HIV-1 replication in latently infected cells, the findings provided the evidence that an anti-HIV activity is contained in the plant extract. However, which viral replication step was not elucidated. To expound the mechanism of inhibition of the Philippine mint leaf crude extract a preliminary study was done to specify anti-HIV-1 protease activity and… CONTINUE READING

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