Super-Computer Research Studies Biota Drug For Halting Spread Of Colds
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Australian researchers report they have simulated the genome of the human rhinovirus behind nearly half all colds in tests of Biota's BTA798 (vapendavir), using the fastest computer in the Southern Hemisphere.
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