List of antiviral drugs

This is a list of antiviral drugs.

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A

* Abacavir
* Aciclovir
* Acyclovir
* Adefovir
* Amantadine
* Amprenavir
* Arbidol
* Atazanavir
* Atripla

B

* Brivudine

C

* Cidofovir
* Combivir

D

* Darunavir
* Delavirdine
* Didanosine
* Docosanol

E

* Edoxudine
* Efavirenz
* Emtricitabine
* Enfuvirtide
* Entecavir
* Entry inhibitors

F

* Famciclovir
* Fixed dose combination (antiretroviral)
* Fomivirsen
* Fosamprenavir
* Foscarnet
* Fosfonet
* Fusion inhibitor

G

* Ganciclovir

I

* Ibacitabine
* Imunovir
* Idoxuridine
* Imiquimod
* Indinavir
* Inosine
* Integrase inhibitor
* Interferon type III
* Interferon type II
* Interferon type I
* Interferon

L

* Lamivudine
* Lopinavir
* Loviride

M

* MK-0518
* Maraviroc
* Moroxydine

N

* Nelfinavir
* Nevirapine
* Nexavir
* Nucleoside analogues

O

* Oseltamivir

P

* Penciclovir
* Peramivir
* Pleconaril
* Podophyllotoxin
* Protease inhibitor (pharmacology)

R

* Reverse transcriptase inhibitor
* Ribavirin
* Rimantadine
* Ritonavir

* Saquinavir
* Stavudine
* Synergistic enhancer (antiretroviral)

T

* Tenofovir
* Tenofovir disoproxil
* Tipranavir
* Trifluridine
* Trizivir
* Tromantadine
* Truvada

V

* Valaciclovir
* Valganciclovir
* Vicriviroc
* Vidarabine
* Viramidine

Z

* Zalcitabine
* Zanamivir
* Zidovudine


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