Entry Inhibitors in HIV Therapy details the current status of this relatively new and very dynamic class of inhibitors, appealing to both the clinician and basic research scientist. A unique overview of obstacles and accomplishments is presented. The book features chapters that explain the challenges of high sequence diversity in the viral envelope gene for the development and use of entry inhibitors, the clinical utility of virus phenotyping, the development of this class of inhibitors as microbicidal therapy, and the success story of enfuvirtide from the bench to FDA approval. Both basic research findings and results of clinical studies are covered and linked together by a diverse panel of experts in the field.

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