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Cidofovir versus Brincidofovir (oral antiviral) 

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illustration of Drug's mechanism of action graphics at cellular level for pharmaceutical project, explaining how Chimerix’s novel oral antiviral, Brincidofovir, has enhanced intracellular uptake compared to Cidofovir. Brincidofovir has a monoacyl lipid side chain that enables it to rapidly enter by flip-flopping.

Keywords: molecular biology, cellular biology, histology, pharmacology, virology, disease management
Next illustration of Image for Healthcare Professional Pharma Education: FluMist® Quadrivalent expresses the same surface antigens as the wild type influenza virus to achieve a natural immune response.

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FluMist® Quadrivalent vs Wild Flu Antigens

Drug's mechanism of action graphics at cellular level for pharmaceutical project, explaining how Chimerix’s novel oral antiviral, Brincidofovir, has enhanced intracellular uptake compared to Cidofovir. Brincidofovir has a monoacyl lipid side chain that enables it to rapidly enter by flip-flopping. Keywords: molecular biology, cellular biology, histology, pharmacology, virology, disease management

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