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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.

Viruses can be dangerous, so protection is essential. Teamwork is key in research, even for changing into lab clothes. Rega Institute's Prof. Johan Neyts' work includes training young researchers.

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KUL University in Leuven has 25,000 compounds for testing against viruses.

Many designer drugs are tested on viral proteins to find the next antiviral. Colourful reactions show which agent works, and also to test toxicity.

A young scientist from the KUL university in Leuven shows us the latest batch of chemicals tested on viruses.

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Getting a colour match means a lot to the team, proving some antivirals are actually working. A young member of the Vizier EU research team chooses where to experiment test the next batch of antivirals. Another antiviral candidate is being tested for toxicity.

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