AIDS drugs based on nanotechnology, scientists have developed Nizhny Novgorod

Nizhny Novgorod scientists have developed AIDS drugs based on nanotechnology. Development took place a few years in the laboratories of the Nizhny Novgorod region. According to the latest data, in the Nizhny Novgorod region recorded more than nine thousand HIV-infected. Each of them is assigned a range of antiretiretrovirusnyh drugs. They do not kill the virus and block its proliferation, supporting a weakened immune system. Now armed with Russian doctors 21 drug, and only two of them are produced domestically.


Gregory Moshkovich, chief medical officer of the Nizhny Novgorod regional center for the prevention and control of AIDS and infectious diseases, "This epidemic is not controlled by medical means, there is no vaccine and no drug that would radically cured man. "

On the unique setting on one of the plants of the Nizhny Novgorod region for 10 years, is working on the creation of the drug from the plague of the 20th century.

Leo Rasnetsov, The developer of drug "There is a carbon molecule called a fullerene — C60 it like a soccer ball, and then comes the synthesis of unique plants adhere to this molecule and other molecules there is a new chemical compound фуллеренполиаминокапроновая acid. "

Of this substance has turned completely new cure for HIV. And the pre-clinical trials conducted by leading virologists countries have already shown its effectiveness. Apply the medication can be at different stages of infection. Now this drug is ready for clinical trials, the results of which will be made public only after two years. And while scientists make the boldest predictions — perhaps their NANOPREPARATIONS help to overcome the virus.

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