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Pictures taken at Rega Institute, KU Leuven (BE)
Source: European Commission

The images can be used free of charge provided the source is credited.

Strict procedures are used to manipulate viruses in biosafety 3 level labs. Another antiviral candidate is being tested at the Rega Institute, Leuven. At night, the empty lab.

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Molecular structure of viral proteins involved in the replication process (coloured).

These proteins structures are possible targets for antivirals.

Rega Institute's Prof. Johan Neyts shows where the virus could be attacked by a new antiviral.

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Protein shapes can be visualised (right side) from the structure identified earlier (left side). Numerous antiviral candidates are ready to be tested. Rega Institute's Prof. Johan Neyts leads a team in the EU's Vizier project which is studying new antivirals by targeting viral replication.

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