ISSN 2409-5834

The modification of Cowpea Mosaic Virus (CPMV) with Aspirin and Its application as Anti- Infectious Drugs

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Rana A. K. Al-Refai’a ,Nahlah Salman Saddam ,Sadiq J. Baqir ,Ahmed Kareem Khaleel Al Qayyim


Currently, Infectious diseases are of the most concern and threat to the entire world. They are caused by bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral infections. Now days, nanotechnology-based drug delivery systems are in use to overcome these challenges. The current research focuses on the use of aspirin as an anti-inflammatory drug, both with and without conjugation to the outer surface of (CPMV) in order to enhance the efficacy of therapeutics and reduce or eliminate the drug resistance which is the biggest biological problem in the treatment of infectious diseases.

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