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Palermo; Robert
Seattle, WA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8143305 2,3-substituted indole derivatives for treating viral infections March 27, 2012
The present invention relates to 2,3-Substituted Indole Derivatives, compositions comprising at least one 2,3-Substituted Indole Derivative, and methods of using the 2,3-Substituted Indole Derivatives for treating or preventing a viral infection or a virus-related disorder in a patient.
7816339 Treatments for Flaviviridae virus infection October 19, 2010
The present invention provides methods for treating infections, in a host, by viruses belonging to the Flaviviridae family, such as HCV, comprising administering an Ara-C homologue to the host.

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