Prosetta

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Prosetta is an antiviral drug development company based in San Francisco, California. It was founded by UCSF researchers including Vishwanath Lingappa and Jaisri Lingappa. The company is working on small-molecule drugs (compounds that can be taken orally) to disrupt the capsids (protein coats) that viruses form for protection of their genes.[1] The company's work includes research on antivirals to combat hepatitis C.[2]

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