USF: Novel stapled peptide nanoparticle combination prevents RSV infection, study finds

USF: Novel stapled peptide nanoparticle combination prevents RSV infection, study finds

USF: Novel stapled peptide nanoparticle combination prevents RSV infection, study finds

New therapies are needed to prevent and treat respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) – a potentially lethal respiratory infection that can severely affect infants, young children and the elderly.

Despite a wide range of anti-RSV efforts, there are no vaccines or drugs on the market to effectively prevent or treat the infection.

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