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Next medical illustration of Tyrosinekinase domains of EGFR/HER3 inhibited by afatinib.
The main driver mutation in cancer is in the RAS gene cluster where RAS acts like a oncogene. Medicaments with ingrdients like the pan ERBB-inhibitor afatinib which binds in the tyrosine kinase domain of EGFR (red) and switches
proliferative signals off stopping further tumor growth.


HIV is a Lentivirus, part of the Retroviridae. The virion contains single-stranded RNA, wich is into the hosts genome upon retro-transcription into DNA. However, while modern therapy allows infected individuals to live a widely normal life nowadays, many challenges remain. These include stable transfection rates, access to medication including preventive medicine and suitable treatments for children.

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