At Immunotec, there is a continuing focus on research and product development.
One of the trademarks of Immunotec that sets it apart from other network marketing companies is its heavy investment in research, and product development continues to be an area of opportunity.
Product enhancements, as well as studies on its efficacy in various conditions through actual clinical research are landmarks of Immunotec.
Article 1 – Competition for Glutathione Precursors Between the Immune System and the Skeletal Muscle: Pathogenesis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Article 2 – The Use of a Whey Protein Concentrate in the Treatment of Patients With Metastatic Carcinoma: A Phase I-II Clinical Study
Article 3 – Whey Proteins as a Food Supplement in HIV-Seropositive Individuals
Article 4 – The Biological Activity of Undenatured Dietary Whey Proteins: Role of Glutathione
Article 5 – Whey Proteins in Cancer Prevention
Article 6 – Dietary Milk Proteins Inhibit the Development of Dimethylhydrazine Induced Alignancy
Article 7 – The Influence of Dietary Whey Protein on Tissue: Glutathione and the Disease of Aging
Article 8 – Immunoenhancing Property of Dietary Whey Protein in Mice: Role of Glutathione
Article 9 – The Immunoenhancing Property of Dietary Whey Protein Concentrate
Article 10 – Dietary Whey Protein Inhibits the Development of Dimethylhydrazine Induced Malignancy
Article 11 – Mechanism of Altered B-cell Response Induced by Changes in Dietary Protein Type in Mice
Article 12 – Differential Effect of Dietary Protein Type on the B-cell and T-cell Immune Response in Mice
Article 13 – Influence of Dietary Protein Type on the Immune System of Mice
Article 14 – Changes in Biliary Secretory Immunoglobulins A in Mice Fed Whey Protein
Article 15 – Place for an Antioxidant Therapy in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection
Article 16 – Influence of Dietary Proteins on the Immune System of Mice
Article 17 – Influence of Dietary Lactalbumin Hydrolysate on the Immune System of Mice and Resistance to Salmonellosis
Article 18 – Effect of Supplementation with a Cysteine Donor on Muscular Performance
Article 19 – Treatment of Obstructive Airway Disease with a Cysteine Donor Protein Supplement
Article 20 – Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis Using Whey Protein (Non-Heated)
Article 21 – Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) and Glutathione Modulation in Cancer Treatment
Article 22 – Enhancing Effect of Patented Whey Protein Isolate (Immunocal) on Cytotoxicity of an Anti-cancer Drug
Article 23 – Nutriceutical Modulation of Glutathione with a Humanized Native Milk Serum Protein Isolate, Immunocal: Application in AIDS and Cancer
Article 24 – The Antioxidant System
Article 25 – Milk Whey Protein Decreases Oxygen Free Radical Production in a Murine Model of Chronic Iron-overload Cardiomyopathy
Article 26 – Molecular Pathogenesis and Prevention of Prostate Cancer
Article 27 – Improved Glutathione Status in Young Adult Patients with Cystic Fibrosis Supplemented with Whey Protein
There are upwards of 100,000 articles published on the topic of glutathione. The best compilation of these can be found on PubMed, a service of the NIH (USA National Institute of Health).
To search for a specific topic, enter key words in the frame provided. For example, a neurologist may enter ”Parkinson’s” and “Glutathione”. This search would retrieve over 300 articles written between 1982 and the current date.
Click here to visit the PubMed website.