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COVID-19 & Glutathione

There are many studies in which glutathione has been shown to have a positive effect on many other viral diseases and plays an important role in the development of these infections. Most viruses studied thrive in a low glutathione environment and high oxidative stress.

A recent study (see below) from China shows that moderate to severe Covid-19 patients are not able to make CD4+T and CD8+ T cells. These are the killer cells a persons immune system uses to kill viral and bacterial infections. This is why Glutathione is so critical. It allows the body to make CD4+T and CD8+ T cells to any level needed as long as you fuel Glutathione production.

 Nrf2 expression modifies influenza A entry and replication in nasal epithelial cells

 Ascorbic Acid Role in Containment of the World Avian Flu Pandemic

 Drugs to cure avian influenza infection – multiple ways to prevent cell death

 N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC) Inhibits Virus Replication and Expression of Pro-Inflammatory Molecules in A549 Cells Infected With Highly Pathogenic H5N1 Influenza A Virus

 The cytokine storm of severe influenza and development of immunomodulatory therapy

 Targeting Potential Drivers of COVID-19: Neutrophil Extracellular Traps

 The Cellular Redox Environment Alters Antigen Presentation

 Correction of Glutathione Deficiency in the Lower Respiratory Tract of HIV Seropositive Individuals by Glutathione Aerosol Treatment

 Oxidative Stress During Viral Infection: A Review

 RNA Viruses: ROS-Mediated Cell Death

 Redox Regulation of the Influenza Hemagglutinin Maturation Process: A New Cell-Mediated Strategy for Anti-Influenza Therapy

 Inhibition of Influenza Infection by Glutathione

 Attenuation of Influenza-Like Symptomatology and Improvement of Cell-Mediated Immunity With Long-Term N-acetylcysteine Treatment

 Selenium, Selenoproteins and Viral Infection

 Reducing Agents Inhibit Rhinovirus-Induced Up-Regulation of the Rhinovirus Receptor Intercellular Adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1) in Respiratory Epithelial Cells

 Role of Xanthine Oxidase Activation and Reduced Glutathione Depletion in Rhinovirus Induction of Inflammation in Respiratory Epithelial Cells

 Cysteine and Glutathione Deficiency in AIDS Patients: A Rationale for the Treatment With N-acetyl-cysteine

 Glutathione and HIV Infection: Reduced Reduced, or Increased Oxidized?

 Glutathione and Immune Function

 Role of Cysteine and Glutathione in HIV Infection and Other Diseases Associated With Muscle Wasting and Immunological Dysfunction

 Oxidative Stress and Inflamatory Plasma Biomarkers in Respiratory Syncytial Virus Bronchiolitis

 Why whey? Camel whey protein as a new dietary approach to the management of free radicals and for the treatment of different health disorders

 Oxidative Stress Modulation in Hepatitis C Virus Infected Cells

 Glutathione Fine-Tunes the Innate Immune Response Toward Antiviral Pathways in a Macrophage Cell Line Independently of Its Antioxidant Properties

 GSH and Analogs in Antiviral Therapy

 Respiratory Syncytial Virus Induces Oxidative Stress by Modulating Antioxidant Enzymes

 Antiviral and Immunomodulatory Properties of New Pro-Glutathione (GSH) Molecules

 Antioxidant Therapy as a Potential Approach to Severe Influenza-Associated Complications

 Glutathione and Infection

 Clinical and immunological features of severe and moderate coronavirus disease 2019

 Inhibition of Influenza A Virus Replication by Resveratrol

 Whey Protein Published Medical Articles Abstract Summary