vitamin C

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vitamin C

[′vīd·ə·mən ¦sē]
(biochemistry)
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Some reasons for considering ascorbate to be antiviral are:
Destruction of cancer cells--In cell culture studies of seven different ovarian cancer cell lines, all of the cell lines exposed to ascorbate were destroyed by the exposure.
High-dose parenteral ascorbate enhanced chemosensitivity of ovarian cancer and reduced toxicity of chemotherapy.
Figure 4 shows that ascorbate inhibited Cr(III)-induced formation of 8-OH-dG in a dose-dependent manner.
In addition to low plasma ascorbate levels, people with cancer also exhibit lower peak plasma concentrations after receiving IVC than healthy people.
Dynamic flow: a new model for ascorbate, Orthomol Med.
Dietary protection is provided by carotenoids, tocopherols, ascorbate, flavonoids, or n-3 fatty acids, contributing to maintenance resistance as part of lifelong protection.
The sulfite-free coating consists of certain forms of calcium, an essential mineral, and ascorbate (vitamin C).
Mineral Products: Calcium ascorbate, calcium aspartate, calcium citrate, calcium citrate malate, calcium malate, copper lysinate, magnesium ascorbate, magnesium aspartate, magnesium citrate, magnesium fumarate, magnesium malate, magnesium potassium aspartate, molybdenum methionate, potassium aspartate, potassium citrate, selenium Select[R] (L-selenomethionine), vanadium (bis glycinato oxo vanadium), vanadium citrate, zinc ascorbate, zinc aspartate, zinc citrate, zinc magnesium aspartate, zinc monomethionine, zinc picolinate
33015 Ferrous Ascorbate With Folic Acid, Zinc And Methylcobalmin Capsule
Ascorbate, better known as vitamin C, appears the premier blood agent responsible for disarming reactive chemicals called free radicals, according to new laboratory research.
Riordan and his research team demonstrated that there is plausible scientific evidence to support the use of high dose ascorbate in the adjunctive care of cancer patients [1].