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enfuvirtide
host fusion inhibitor
zidovudine
NRTI
didanosine
NRTI
AZT
NRTI
abacavir
NRTI
ddi
NRTI
stavudine
NRTI
lamivudine
NRTI
zalcitabine
NRTI
ddc
NRTI
nevaparine
NNRTI
delavirdine
NNRTI
efavirenz
NNRTI
saquinavir
PI
lopinavir
PI
indinavir
PI
ritoniavir
PI
nelfinavir
PI
amprenavir
PI
acyclovir
NT analog
cidofovir
NT analog antiviral
famciclovir
nucleoside analog
ganciclovir
nucleoside analog
trifluridine
nucleoside analog
vidarabine
nucleoside analog
foscarnet
blocks DNA polymerase, RNA polymerase, HIV RT
famciclovir
NT analog
ganciclovir
NT analog
trifluridine
NT analog (topical)
vidarabine
NT analog (topical)
amantadine
M2 inhibitor of flu
rimantadine
M2 inhibitor of flu
Zanamivir
neuramidase inhibitor of flu
oseltamivir
neuramidae inhibitor of flu
emtricitabine
NRTI
tenofovi
NRTI
which of the NT analogs can only be used topically?
trifluridine
vidarabine
which NT analogs are only for CMV use?
cidofovir
fomivirsen
ganciclovir
which NT analogs are only for HSV use?
famciclovir
penciclovir
trifluridine
vidarabine
which NT analogs can be used for either HSV or CMV
acyclovir
foscarnet
valacyclovir
which flu drugs are active only against influenza a?
both a and b?
amantadine, rimantadine

zanamivir, oseltamivir
which NT analog doesn't cause chain termination?
famciclovir
which NT analogs are guanosine derivatives
acyclovir
famciclovir
ganciclovir

(purine analogs)
which NT analogs are cytosine derivatives?
cidofovir
what do interferons bind to?
JAK-STAT --> activation of interferon responsive genes
gene products of interferons
protein kinase --> phosphorylaton of eIF-2-alpha --> inhibition of translation
2,5-oligoisoadenylate synthase that degrades terminal NT of tRNA, inhibiting translation
phosphodiesterase that degrades terminal NT of tRNA inhibiting translation
entecavir
NT analog (hep)
adefovir
NT analog (hep)
ribavirin
NT analog (hep)
which hep drug --> teratogenicity
ribavirin
adverse effecs of IFN
acute flu-like syndrome several hrs after injection
uses of IFN
chronic HBV, HCV (combine with ribavirin)
genital warts
Kaposi's syndrome
some HSV infx