HIV Integrase is an enzyme found in HIV (and other retroviruses). HIV uses integrase to insert (integrate) its viral DNA into the DNA of the host CD4 cell. Integration is a crucial step in the HIV life cycle and is blocked by a class of antiretroviral (ARV) HIV drugs called integrase strand transfer inhibitors (INSTIs).
|Catalog No.||Inhibitor Name||Integrase|
|A10347||Elvitegravir (GS-9137, JTK-303)|
|A16014||Cabotegravir (GSK744, GSK1265744)|
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