A drug that can help with Parkinson's disease and also fight viruses.
The drug is often used in intensive care units. When I asked what it was used for, my intensive care specialist teacher said it helps to wake up the brain.
Forms a tight bond with the protein means that the drug attaches itself strongly to the protein.
It is used as a way to prevent the flu from spreading. It also helps increase the amount of dopamine in the brain and stops it from being taken away, which helps with Parkinson's disease.
An anti-viral drug called zanamivir is used to help prevent or treat influenza (types A and B) in people who are at higher risk of getting the virus.
The active substance that I found out works well against Covid-19.
This is a medicine that is used to treat Parkinson's disease. The most important side effect of this medicine is called livedo reticularis. It works by stopping the virus from entering the cells of the body.
This means that a chemical reaction happens in the body that breaks down a certain substance. Taking this substance can cause some serious side effects, such as not feeling hungry, having a headache, and having bad dreams.