Respiratory Syncytial Virus: Targeting the G Protein Provides a New Approach for an Old Problem

Ralph A. Tripp, Ultan F. Power, Peter J. M. Openshaw, Lawrence M. Kauvar
  • Journal of Virology, November 2017, ASM Journals
  • DOI: 10.1128/jvi.01302-17

Revisiting the RSV G protein as a target for drugs and vaccines.

What is it about?

A review of our current understanding of the role of the RSV G protein in RSV biology and its re-emergence as a drug target for RSV.

Why is it important?

Most of the drug targets against RSV target the F protein. This review re-visits the importance of the RSV G protein in its biology and discusses its potential as a drug target.

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The following have contributed to this page: Prof. Ultan F Power and Professor Ralph A Tripp