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Emerging Company Profile: Four-year-old Atriva Therapeutics GmbH is developing a drug to prevent the proliferation of flu virus by transiently inhibiting one of the patient’s own cellular processes, a host-mediated novel mechanism of action that could be effective against a range of respiratory virus infections.
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