Paxlovid - How Does It Work?

Paxlovid - How Does It Work?

Pfizer's Paxlovid is made of two products. Ritonavir and PF-07321332 are two components of this drug. PF-07321332 is a protease for viral 3CL-Pro. While Ritonavir helps reduce the metabolism of the proteases to increase the life of this drug.

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