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The Effects of Short Term Administration of a Glutathione Precursor (FT061452),on Serum and Intracellular Glutathione Levels

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  1. Parallel group study


  1. Intervention
  2. Intervention
    Active Comparator: N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC), 600mg/1200mg po x1
  3. Intervention
    Experimental: Proimmune 200, 3000mg/6000mg
  4. Additional Topic(s)
    Vascular function
  5. Resource Description
    "Glutathione is a powerful protective substance found within every cell in the body. It has been shown that glutathione levels go down as a person gets older, which makes a person more likely to get heart disease, high blood sugar problems and different kind of cancers. N-Acetyl Cysteine is used as a dietary supplement. It has been reported to increase glutathione levels in the body. The diet supplement called ProImmune is also changed by the body into glutathione. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to find out the effect of ProImmune in healthy people. This study will also help to prove whether or not the ProImmune is able to improve the blood levels of glutathione in healthy people."
  6. PI
    Tareen, Naureen, M.D.
  7. Performed by
    Clinical and Translational Research Center
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    efleming (Erik Fleming)
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    efleming (Erik Fleming)
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