Defining the therapeutic potential of host-targeted approaches for combating COVID-19 (Shirit Einav)

Einav’s lab is researching repurposed and novel anti-viral approaches targeting two cellular kinases that are an Achilles’ heel of multiple unrelated RNA viruses. Their data show that a combination of two already-approved anti-cancer drugs that act against these kinases inhibits replication of multiple viruses in vitro and reduces mortality in mice infected with the dengue or Ebola viruses. The lab has also been developing more selective compounds that target these cellular kinases and have potent activity against multiple RNA viruses, including flaviviruses and coronaviruses, both in vitro and in human primary cells. Stanford Office of Technology Licensing info@otlmail.stanford.edu. 650-723-0651

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