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Hypothesis of zinc ascorbate as best zinc ionophore for raising antiviral resistance against Covid-19

Last edited on June 17th 2021, author: Valentino Cingolani

“Under the current Covid-19 pandemic, there is a great and urgent need for compounds readily available against Covid-19 infection.”

“At present, millions of people worldwide could benefit from such treatments, and thousands could have their lives saved.”

“the compound zinc ascorbate could be the most readily available and effective zinc ionophore for the prevention and treatment of Covid‐19;.”

Compounds that help zinc enter the cell in higher than average concentration from diet and zinc supplements alone, called “zinc ionophores”, could fight the Sars-CoV-2 virus inside the cell, thus fighting Covid-19.

According to the available research, zinc ascorbate, a molecule comprised of an atom of zinc linked to two molecules of ascorbate, is the zinc compound with the most prominent ionophore activity and has more potential against Covid-19 than zinc alone, other zinc compounds and zinc plus vitamin C.

For this reason, zinc ascorbate has the potential to prevent and treat Covid-19 and should be clinically tested as soon as possible.

“Its effectiveness would likely be not as subject to virus variants like that of vaccines”

The possibility given by zinc ascorbate could greatly benefit millions of people worldwide and, for this reason, warrants immediate clinical trials.

Valentino Cingolani, author of the study.

Link to the study: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jmv.26989

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