The Role of Glutathione in Cell Defense, with References to Clinical Deficiencies and Treatment

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The Role of Glutathione in Cell Defense, with References to Clinical Deficiencies and Treatment

Glutathione Precursors: Amino Acids

Glutathione: L-glutamylcysteinylglycine

Immunonutrition in the Critically Ill: a Systematic Review of Clinical Outcomes (12 studies with 1,557 subjects, 1,482 of whom were analyzed)

Immunonutrition in the Critically Ill: a Systematic Review of Clinical Outcomes (Summary)

Effect of Immune Enhancement on Length of Therapeutic Intervention in Severe Abdominal Trauma

Effect of Immune Enhancement on Total Hospitalization Cost in Severe Abdominal Trauma

Effect of Immune Enhancement on Total Hospital Days in Severe Abdominal Trauma

Pathogenesis of Glutathione Deficiency: Cytokine Selection (Slide 1)

Pathogenesis of Glutathione Deficiency: Cytokine Selection (Slide 2)

“Defective Antigen Processing Correlates with a Low Level of Intracellular Glutathione”

“Lymphocyte Proliferation in Glutathione-depleted Lymphocytes: Direct Relationship Between Glutathione Availability and the Proliferative Response”

Pathogenesis of Glutathione Deficiency in the Immune Response: Summary

Pathogenesis of Glutathione Deficiency and Apoptosis: AIDS (Slide 1)

Pathogenesis of Glutathione Deficiency and Apoptosis: AIDS (Slide 2)

Pathogenesis of Glutathione Deficiency and Apoptosis: AIDS (Summary)

Benefits of Glutathione Enhancement in Disease or Stress: Pulmonary Disease

Benefits of Glutathione Enhancement in Disease or Stress: Pulmonary Disease

Method of Intracellular GSH Enhancement: Undenatured Whey Protein Concentration

Cystine: the Preferred Substrate for Optimal Glutathione Synthesis and Immune Enhancement

Proton Donation is the Basis for Preservation of the Amino Acid Pool (Positive Nitrogen Balance) (Dröge, W, FASEB J., 1997 Nov.;11(13):1077-89)

Proton Donation: the Sulfur of Glutathione can give up a Proton (H+)

Pathogenesis of Cystine Deficiency: Wasting Syndromes (Slide 1)

Pathogenesis of Cystine Deficiency: Wasting Syndromes (Slide 2)

Pathogenesis of Cystine Deficiency: Wasting Syndromes (Slide 3)

Pathogenesis of Cystine Deficiency: Wasting Syndromes (Slide 4)

Glutathione Precursor Transport: Cystine is Preferred form of Cysteine for GSH Synthesis

Glutathione Depleting Agents

Total Parenteral Nutrition: the Road to Enteral Atrophy, Leaky Gut Syndrome and Pneumonitis

Total Parenteral Nutrition: the Road to Enteral Atrophy, Leaky Gut Syndrome and Pneumonitis

Author: Tom Kwyer