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Introduction: Amprenavir

Description of Amprenavir

Amprenavir: A synthetic antiviral agent. As a derivative of hydroxyethylamine sulfonamide, amprenavir selectively binds to and inhibits human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) protease, thereby preventing cleavage of the gag-pol viral polyprotein and resulting in the release of immature, noninfectious virions. (NCI04)
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Amprenavir: a sulfonamide that acts as an HIV protease inhibitor; an anti-HIV agent.
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