Viral drug resistance

Drug resistance is reduced susceptibility to a drug in a laboratory culture system which  is determined by specific mutations in the viral genome that leads to alterations in the viral target protein (for example, HIV reverse transcriptase) or the viral drug activator. 

  • The problem of viral drug resistance
  • Potential methods to overcome this

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