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Latest literature june 2000

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1 nac   2000-07-28 05:25

Oral N-acetyl-cysteome increases the production of anti HIV chemokines in peripheral blood mononuclear cells, Life Sciences, Volume 67, Issue 2, 2 June 2000, Pages 147-154
Lucia Cavallini and Adolfo Alexandre

The data reported may explain at least in part the mechanism of action of NAC as an anti HIV therapeutic agent: By potentiating chemokine production NAC may
decrease susceptibility to infection.

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