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Virologica Sinica, 08 (2) : 147, 1993
Studies On the Anti-HCMV Effect of Garlic Components
Laboratory of Hematology
shandong Medical University
Jinan 250012
Institute of HematologyInstitute of Virology
Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine
Beijing 100052
Beijing Medical University
Beijing 100044
Clinical uses of garlic preparations in the prevention and treatment of Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) infections are effective. On the basis of this, we screened a series of garlic components or compositions for their anti-HCMV activities in vitro by employing cytopathic effect inhibiting test and plaque reduction assay. It is confirmed that garlic contains more than one components, at least including Allitridi and Adjone derivatives, which have dominant anti-HCMV action. Further researches on the anti-viral...
  Published online: 5 Jun 1993
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