Small molecule inhibitors of HIV RT Ribonuclease H.


Two classes of compounds, thiocarbamates 1 and triazoles 2, have been identified as HIV RT RNase H inhibitors using a novel FRET-based HTS assay. The potent analogs in each series exhibited selectivity and were active in cell-based assays. In addition, saturable, 1:1 stoichiometric binding to target was established and time of addition studies were consistent with inhibition of RT-mediated HIV replication.



RNase H Activity, Modulators/Inhibitors, Health/Disease


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