virustatic

virustatic

[vī′rəstat′ik]
pertaining to the inhibition of the growth and development of viruses, as distinguished from their destruction.

virustatic

(vīr″ŭ-stăt′ĭk) [″ + Gr. statikos, bringing to a standstill]
Stopping the growth of viruses.
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The company cited a combination of 13 in-vitro and in-vivo experiments illustrating the virustatic, virucidal and prophylactic capacity of the compound as well as product dose and delivery concepts to support the patent claims.
If used, ribavirin should be started within the first 3 days of illness because it is virustatic (Siberry & Iannone, 2000).
They presented invitro data on the virucidal and virustatic activitiy of QR-441 on the Avian Flu Virus and its implications.
The Quigley Corporation (Nasdaq: QGLY) reported today that its compound QR-435 has shown virucidal and virustatic activity against the strain 3B of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1) in an in-vitro study.
Mini-labs" will consist of two portable suitcases which are designed to carry out quick on-site tests and identify 57 active pharma ingredients, particularly those in antibiotics, anthelmintics, virustatics and anti-malarial medicines.