Oct 27, 2006
What are the key biochemical features of the drug-protein interaction that allows it to function as a protease inhibitor?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
They bind to the active site of the protease enzyme so the HIV polyprotein is not allowed to enter the active site and be cut into smaller pieces by the protease.
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