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What Does Integrase Inhibitors Do

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Integrase inhibitor

Hello doctor,Any possibility dolutegravir could to be used as Monotherapy even though there's not available data yet?...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
Hi and thanks for posting.While the investigational integrase inhibitor dolutegravir has many positive attributes, there's no reason to think that this medication will work as monotherapy. Integrase inhibitors, generally speaking are similar... Read more »

New Integrase inhibitor and lipodystrophy risk

There is a once a day integrase inhibitor with a non-PI booster coming up soon, isn't there?... Read more »

Integrase Inhibitor

Dr. Young, I am very interested to hear your thoughts on Integrase Inhibitors. -Do you think they... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

Comparing Two Integrase Inhibitors

It was more than a wish that integrase inhibitors became weaponry against HIV. We've waited a long time to get to this point and an even longer time to arrive at the position where we're now studying and comparing two integrase inhibitors.... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Integrase Inhibitor '572 Tested Against Raltegravir-Resistant HIV

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has licensed an anti-HIV integrase inhibitor discovered by the Shionogi Corporation in Japan. Because of these arrangements, this drug has the complex code name S/GSK1349572 and for now is increasingly referred to simply as... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

GSK572 Integrase Inhibitor Shines In Phase II

S/GSK1349572 -- or GSK572 for short -- is a second-generation integrase inhibitor being developed jointly by Shionogi and ViiV Healthcare. Prior research has shown that it works against HIV with some raltegravir-resistance mutations and has a high... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Integrase Inhibitors

The first integrase inhibitor for HIV treatment, raltegravir (Isentress), has been used for different purposes -- from part of an initial regimen to more complex regimens for treatment-experienced people. For some patients, raltegravir's twice-daily... Read more »
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Integrase Inhibitor

Posted by Survivor
I just wanted people realize there is hope and continued very active DRUG DISCOVERY!

Merck, Gilead Release Strong Findings From Clinical Trials of Experimental Integrase Inhibitor Antiretroviral Drugs

Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based Merck and Foster... Read more »

Today's LA Times Article - Integrase Inhibitors

Posted by Anonymous
Very hopeful! (Despite the sad title.),0,1565232,full.story?coll=la-home-headlines Read more »

Entry Inhibitors

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Does anyone know anything about the new entry inhibitors? I think Pfizer and Schering both have drugs in development. Should we be hopeful? Read more »

Fusion Inhibitor News?

Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone know if the fusion inhibitor trials (phase III) are going OK, or where to go for an update? Last I heard 700 patients in 100 countries were in the study for T-20(?)
I went to the Trimeris site and didn't see anything new.

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