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anti-HIV agent +     
(4R,5S,6S,7R)-4,7-dibenzyl-5,6-dihydroxy-1,3-bis[4-(hydroxymethyl)benzyl]-1,3-diazepan-2-one 
1-methoxycanthinone 
12-deoxyphorbol-13-(3E,5E-decadienoate) 
16beta,17-dihydroxy-ent-kaurane-19-oic acid 
2'-hydroxyneobavaisoflavanone 
3-O-methylcalopocarpin 
5-deoxyglyasperin F 
6-bromoharmine 
acacetin-7-O-beta-D-galactopyranoside 
andrographolide  
anti-HIV-1 agent +   
An anti-HIV agent that destroys or inhibits the replication of HIV-1, the more infective and more virulent of the two types of HIV virus.
anti-HIV-2 agent +  
betulinic acid +   
boromycin 
bromophycolide A 
celasdin B 
cidofovir anhydrous +  
dihydrobetulinic acid 
drymaritin 
durhamycin A 
durhamycin B 
duvoglustat +   
fleephilone 
forskolin +   
harman +   
harmine +   
harziphilone 
HIV fusion inhibitor +   
HIV protease inhibitor +   
hypoglaunine B 
interiotherin A 
interiotherin B 
L-cycloserine +  
lancifodilactone F 
lancifodilactone G 
lancilactone C 
macluraxanthone B 
macluraxanthone C 
maytenfolone A 
miglustat  
moronic acid 
N(2)-methylharmine 
N-butylharmine 
N-ethylharmine 
niruriside 
O-demethylbuchenavianine 
oxetanocin A +  
platanic acid 
proanthocyanidin A2 
siamenol 
suberosol 
tripterifordin 
triptonine A 
triptonine B 

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: anti-HIV-1 agents ;   anti-HTLV-III agent ;   anti-HTLV-III agents ;   anti-LAV agent ;   anti-LAV agents

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