Albuvir

Albuvir - a unique antiviral drug for poultry and livestock

ALBUVIR – an antiviral drug that acts on viruses whose reproduction cycle depends on the cell nucleus (Newcastle, Gambor, infectious laryngotracheitis, bronchitis, Marek's disease, avian influenza, viral enteritis, infectious rhinotracheitis, cattle, classical swine fever, etc.). The peptide derivative is introduced into production as an antiviral agent for the treatment of intestinal and respiratory viral diseases in animals. The preparation can not adapt from the virus and the animal's organism, due to the fact that the preparation is a quasi-living system and its composite pharmacophore is unique for poultry and virus.
 
The advantage of the drug is its naturalness, it does not contain xenobitics, it does not appear in meat and eggs, is not toxic, easily absorbed when administered orally (soldering). ALBUVIR does not interfere with the normal formation of antibody titers and their circulation, in combination with its antiviral effect, it is possible to achieve a synergistic effect of suppression of a viral infection.