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The drug is now being developed in partnership by Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics.Merck has made deals with five generic drugmakers in India to make molnupiravir, and at least one of them has applied for approval to use it on an emergency basis, as at least 350,000 new infections are diagnosed in that country every day and vaccination levels are low.Götte and his team previously uncovered the mechanisms of action for remdesivir, a now-approved treatment that inhibits replication of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and baloxavir, an influenza drug.Next, they will test molnupiravir’s mechanism of action against the polymerases of some of the other viruses the World Health Organization has identified as having high epidemic potential.“All are recognized as emerging pathogens where we need to develop countermeasures,” Götte said. in: Medical Research News | Disease/Infection NewsTags: AIDS, Antibodies, Antiviral Drug, Biotherapeutics, Cell, Chronic, Dentistry, Flu, Genome, Hepatitis C, Immunology, Influenza, Medicine, Microbiology, Nucleotide, Pandemic, Polymerase, Remdesivir, Research, RNA, SARS, SARS-CoV-2, students, Virology, VirusCancel reply to commentDr. Samantha WalkerIn light of World Asthma Day, News-Medical interviewed Dr. Samantha Walker from Asthma UK and the British Lung Foundation about fighting asthma in 2021.Krisnah PoinasamyFor World Asthma Day 2021, News-Medical interviews Krisnah Poinasamy from Asthma UK about smart inhalers and their benefits for improving asthma care.Dr. Laurence SlutskerIn support of World Malaria Day, News-Medical spoke to Dr. Laurence Slutsker, an internationally recognized expert in malaria, about fighting this disease in 2021.

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