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Neuraminidase inhibitors are a class of drugs which block the neuraminidase enzyme. they block the function of viral neuraminidases of the influenza virus, by preventing its reproduction by budding from the host cell. Neuraminidase inhibitors act against both influenza A and influenza B. The neuraminidase inhibitors oseltamivir and zanamivir were approved in the US and Europe for treatment and prevention of influenza A and B.For flu antiviral therapeutics neuraminidase enzyme playa a mojor role.
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Neuraminidase is a surface glycoprotein that has enzymatic activity essential for the replication of influenza A and B . The enzyme catalyses the cleavage of the α-ketosidic linkage that exists between a terminal sialic acid, N-acetyl neuraminic acid and an adjacent sugar residue. This action has a number of important effects that enable the spread of the virus within the respiratory tract. These effects include the release of the virus from infected cells, the prevention of viral aggregates after release from host cells, the prevention of viral inactivation and the promotion of viral penetration into respiratory cells.
Neuraminidase inhibitors were developed to capitalize on the essential role of neuraminic acid in influenza virus replication.For influenza treatment . The main drugs of current clinical value are the neuraminidase inhibitors oseltamivir (oral delivery) and zanamivir (inhaled), licensed almost universally. Intravenous zanamivir is also in phase III trials. Two other neuraminidase inhibitors, peramivir (intravenous) and laninamivir (inhaled), currently have limited licence approval (Japan and Korea, and Japan, respectively). Both are under development for wider approval.
As recommendation of IDSA, clinicians and doctors start antiviral treatment with oral oseltamivir for any hospitalized patient with suspected or confirmed influenza. In the U.S., oral oseltamivir or inhaled zanamivir (approved for treatment from age 7 years) is recommended for any outpatient suspected or confirmed to have influenza who is in a group at higher risk for complications from influenza - children younger than 2 years of age, elderly people, pregnant women, people with certain chronic conditions. When oseltamivir resistance is suspected or confirmed in a seriously ill or immunocompromised influenza patient, intravenous zanamivir is recommended and is available on a compassionate use basis from its manufacturer with FDA approval.
The respiratory antivirals market in Asia-Pacific is expected to become the growth center for the global respiratory antivirals market. The respiratory antivirals markets in Japan and India are also likely to show a significant growth during the forecast period of 2014 to 2019. The higher CAGRs of these markets can mainly be attributed to the rising patient population, increasing middle-class incomes, surge in the health insurance market, and increased awareness about quality healthcare.
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