Definition of Protease inhibitor

1. Noun. An antiviral drug used against HIV; interrupts HIV replication by binding and blocking HIV protease; often used in combination with other drugs.




Definition of Protease inhibitor

1. Noun. (context: pharmacology virology) A class of drugs used to treat or prevent infection by viruses such as HIV and hepatitis C. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Protease Inhibitor

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Literary usage of Protease inhibitor

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1. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"To examine elastase burden, elastase:a!pha-1-protease inhibitor complex and free elastase activity in alveolar lavage fluids were measured. ..."

2. Biotechnology: Plant Nutrition: A Bibliography, January 1988-April 1993 by Janet Saunders (1994)
"Immunocytochemical study showed that the protease inhibitor is exclusively ... The specific expression of a protease inhibitor at senescence may be of ..."

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