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    One of the key differences between amantidine/rimantidine and the newer neuraminidase inhibitor influenza virus drugs is?
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    * A. drug allergy
    * B. antimetabolic effect on host cells due to lack of specificity for viral enzymes
    * C. rate of development of drug resistance
    * D. drug-drug interactions associated with competition for cytochrome P450 enzymes

    Correct Answer: C

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