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A supercomputer found a cure for coronavirus

Суперкомпьютер нашел лекарство против коронавируса

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German scientists have named a new drugs that have the potential to be effective against the coronavirus, a new type. The study was published on the website of the University of Mainz.

Experts at the University of Mainz (Germany) analyzed the effectiveness of antiviral drugs against SARS-CoV-2 with the help of a supercomputer MOGON II. Device spent 30 billion single computing 42 thousands of different medical substances described in the public databases. “Given the computer simulation method known as molecular docking, and it is used in science for many years,” the report says physicians.

On the basis of studies with a duration of about two months, the supercomputer found means against hepatitis C, which have the ability to bind and neutralize virus particles SARS-CoV-2. Their number includes simeprevir, paritarias, paritarias and valparasio.

Checking the calculations of the computer, scientists have noticed that SARS-CoV-2 and the causative agent of hepatitis C can be attributed to single-chain RNA viruses. “The results of our scientific work is necessary to confirm laboratory experiments and clinical trials,” said study participant Professor Thomas Effert (Thomas Efferth).

At the end of April an international group of scientists has discovered the benefits produced by the llama antibodies against coronavirus. A potential cure on the basis of their effectively if you introduce it to patients at least a month before possible contamination. It also can reduce the risk of complications during the pregnancy COVID-19.

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