Raoulic acid

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Raoulic acid (from the New Zealand plant, Raoulia australis) was found to possess strong antiviral activity against a number of Picornaviruses including human rhinovirus 2 (HRV2), human rhinovirus 3 (HRV3), coxsackie B3 (CB3), coxsackie B4 (CB4), and enterovirus 71 (EV71).[1]

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  1. Choi, H. J.; Lim, C. H.; Song, J. H.; Baek, S. H.; Kwon, D. H. (January 2009), "Antiviral activity of raoulic acid from Raoulia australis against Picornaviruses", Phytomedicine: International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology, 16 (1): 35–39, doi:10.1016/j.phymed.2008.10.012, ISSN 1618-095X, PMID 19097770 


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