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Pharm Sci. 2021;27(Covid-19): S109-S121. doi: 10.34172/PS.2021.3

Research Article

Molecular Docking and Dynamics Simulations Reveal the Potential of Anti-HCV Drugs to Inhibit COVID-19 Main Protease

Ahmed Ali Al-Karmalawy 1 * ORCID, Radwan Alnajjar 2,3, Mohammed Dahab 4, Ahmed Metwaly 5, Ibrahim Eissa 4

Cited by CrossRef: 3


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