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Zika slowed in mice by a Hepatitis-C drug (Vitamin D also treats Hepatitis-C) May 2016

Experimental drug against hepatitis C slows down Zika virus infection in mice

Science Daily May 2016

  • “As the Zika virus is related to the hepatitis C virus, we examined whether some inhibitors of the hepatitis C virus also prevent the multiplication of the Zika virus in human cells.”
  • “We used mice with a defect in their innate immune system. When these mice are infected with the Zika virus, they develop a number of the symptoms that we also see in human patients. Treating the infected mice with the hepatitis C virus inhibitor resulted in a clear delay in virus-induced symptoms."

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