Scientists from the Medical school of the University of Missouri found that the composition of the soy sauce is a powerful antiviral agent to help with HIV, writes Live Science. Data were established in 2001 by the manufacturer Yamasa soy sauce Corp. It turned out that the flavor enhancer Efda has a similar structure with an antiviral drug.
In some cases, the substance can be more effective than tenofovir, a traditional remedy against HIV. Many patients with this disease develop resistance, and the need to change therapy.
Inhibition inhibits the process of copying the DNA chains. At the time of the introduction of drugs into the structure of the genes of the virus is its destruction.