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Biovista Uses Artificial Intelligence to Address COVID-19


Bioscience firm applies AI and data science to identify existing drugs Atozet and Cablivi as potentially effective therapies for blood clots and inflammation caused by COVID-19.

Two newly repositioned drugs with the potential to combat key symptoms of COVID-19 were announced on Aug. 25 by bioscience firm Biovista. The firm identified Cablivi and Atozet as particularly suited to target specific aspects of blood clotting and inflammation in the context of COVID-19.

This follows a mechanistic rationale Biovista released in March, suggesting Aprotinin and Irbesartan as potential COVID-19 treatments to reduce the effects of the cytokine storm, as well as helping reduce viral loads.

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