18 June, 2018
In our latest publication, we report the identification of a bioactive 3-Alkylpyridinium compound isolated from theRed Sea sponge Amphimedon chloros. The isolated compund exhibits in vitro inhibitory activity against the West Nile Virus
NS3 protease. This is the first report of proposed antiviral activity in a 3-Alkylpyridinium compound and may be a promising target for future cell-based assays to explore the full potential of this putative antiviral compund.
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