Antiviral activity of the high-molecular-weight plant polysaccharides (Panavir®)☆

@article{Kalinina2020AntiviralAO,
  title={Antiviral activity of the high-molecular-weight plant polysaccharides (Panavir{\textregistered})☆},
  author={T. Kalinina and D. Zlenko and A. V. Kiselev and A. Litvin and S. Stovbun},
  journal={International Journal of Biological Macromolecules},
  year={2020},
  volume={161},
  pages={936 - 938}
}
Abstract This short report is dedicated to the description of the wide antiviral and antibacterial activity of the immune-modulating agent Panavir®. Panavir® is a high-molecular-weight fraction of the polysaccharides extracted from the shoots of the Solanum tuberosum. It demonstrates activity against many types of viruses, including animal coronavirus and also against bacterial infections. These properties look very promising considering the… Expand
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