SCI 230 Week 8 DQ 1 - 96841

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Designer Drugs are used to prevent two molecules from joining together. This occurs when one molecule aligns with a second molecule and fitting perfectly into a certain spot. This paring results in a chemical reaction which initiates an infection, or a cell dies. These designer drugs interfere with this molecular binding to prevent the resulting infection or cell death. There have been some positive results from the use of these drugs. A couple of examples are; some antiviral drugs which have had some success in treating the AIDS virus. Another is drugs which have been designed to prevent cold and flu viruses from binding with their target cells. What about being able to ...
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Designer Drugs are used to prevent two molecules from joining together. This occurs when one molecule aligns with a second molecule and