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Over the past 18 years, the aminosterol squalamine has changed corporate hands twice and been tried in indications ranging from cancer to agerelated macular degeneration. Now, the academic who originally isolated the compound from dogfish shark liver thinks he has found a new use for squalamine as a broad-spectrum antiviral. 1doi:10.1038/scibx.2011.1082 fatcat:sj4wmzgoznexfnxm4z53mtydp4