Finding the Achilles' Heel of the cold virus could lead to new antiviral drugs

Viruses can be tricky foes, but researchers in Europe have uncovered a new weakness that could be exploited to produce new antiviral drugs. The team discovered a compound that can prevent certain classes of viruses from infecting cells, paving the way for new treatments against diseases like the common cold, meningitis, or polio.

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