tremacamra

tre·ma·cam·ra

(trē'mă-kam'ră),
The extracellular part of the cell surface adhesion molecule ICAM-1 involved in rhinovirus attachments to mucosal cells.

tre·ma·cam·ra

(trē'mă-kam'ră)
The extracellular part of the cell surface adhesion molecule ICAM-1 involved in rhinovirus attachments to mucosal cells.
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They have tried out one drug that does this, tremacamra, in volunteers given cold viruses - and it reduced the severity of their subsequent colds.
The virus latches onto this decoy, called tremacamra, reducing the likelihood of infecting a cell.
Participants also collected their mucus-laden tissues in sealed containers, which revealed that untreated participants produced about twice as much mucus as those getting tremacamra did.
So it's great news that the drug Tremacamra stops rhinoviruses attaching themselves to nose and throat surface cells.