A computational approach of antibiotics as novel drug target for Japanese encephalitis virus NS helicase/nucleoside triphosphatase

@article{Nath2018ACA,
  title={A computational approach of antibiotics as novel drug target for Japanese encephalitis virus NS helicase/nucleoside triphosphatase},
  author={Manabesh Nath and B. Deb},
  journal={MOJ proteomics & bioinformatics},
  year={2018},
  volume={7}
}
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is an arthropod-borne viral disease of global public health importance. The disease is prevalent in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.1 However, scientific evidence suggests that JE will soon become a global pathogen and cause of worldwide pandemics.2 JE causes the central nervous system (CNS) disease with irreversible neurological damage in humans.3 Annually 13,600 to 24,400 deaths due to acute JE infection are recorded. JE survivors with an annual report of 14,300 to… Expand

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