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The molecule has been found to inhibit the action of HIV integrase, an enzyme which is responsible for the introduction of HIV viral RNA into a host's cellular DNA. So far it is not known that globoidnan A inhibits the action of other retroviral integrases, although it is likely that this possibility will be investigated further.
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