The caffeoylics as a new family of natural antiviral compounds

@article{Knig2004TheCA,
  title={The caffeoylics as a new family of natural antiviral compounds},
  author={B. K{\"o}nig and J. H. Dustmann},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={2004},
  volume={72},
  pages={659-661}
}
Considering some of the best-known reviews on antiviral chemotherapy [i-3], there has been on the one hand an obvious increase in knowledge both of antivirotically active compounds and of modes of action, but on the other hand, this increase in knowledge is relatively sparse compared to the development of antimicrobial chemotherapy. In fact, in broad areas of viral diseases there is currently no effective chemotherapy at hand, and in many cases no kind of therapy at all, as is reported in many… 
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