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College of Veterinary Medicine researcher doubles down on deadly, infectious cat diseases
Date:11/4/2013

on the roles of the cellular enzyme in virus replication, which may provide important insight into the pathogenicity of these viruses and also may lead to a new antiviral drug target."

The challenge, according to Kim, is that an antiviral drug must not only be effective at reducing clinical symptoms and mortality, but it also must be safe and, preferably, available orally.

"We are currently at an early stage and there will be many obstacles to overcome," she said. "But we are encouraged by the progress we are making toward the goal."


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Contact: Yunjeong Kim
ykim@vet.k-state.edu
785-532-4616
Kansas State University
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