@nani_booboo @Thinkerks @verycosmic No no no…
It stays in some tissues and fights parasites for that long. In an…
No no no…
It stays in some tissues and fights parasites for that long. In antiviral application it is very short lived – part of the molecule temporarily blocks the nucleic importin protein. It MAY (probably) be prophylactic for a short time – would take 8h prior to exposure.
— Adam Gaertner (@veryvirology) May 17, 2020