Development of Zinc Gluconate Vitamin C Effervescent Tablet for Immunity Improvement and Management of Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19)

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Year : 2023 | Volume :12 | Issue : 02 | Page : 4-11
By

    Bagul Mahesh B

  1. Ahire Yogesh K

  2. Surawase Rajendra K

  1. Research Scholar, Department of pharmacy, Loknete Dr. J.D. Pawar College of Pharmacy, Manur, Tal. Kalwan, Dist. Nashik, Maharashtra, India
  2. Research Scholar, Department of pharmacy, Loknete Dr. J.D. Pawar College of Pharmacy, Manur, Tal. Kalwan, Dist. Nashik, Maharashtra, India
  3. Research Scholar, Department of pharmacy, Loknete Dr. J.D. Pawar College of Pharmacy, Manur, Tal. Kalwan, Dist. Nashik, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

The global pandemic of coronavirus disease- 2019 (COVID-19) continues to pose a threat to people, societies, and economic and healthcare systems. COVID-19s progression and lethality are determine by the host immune system, as is the case with many other diseases. revolutionary idea that has been used to treat other diseases is the control of inflammatory response and cytokine production based on immunonutrition. Some COVID-19 clinical trials are now using zinc, an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant mineral found in food with a well-known role in immunity. This review highlights recent research on zinc’s function in antiviral immunity, as well as its potential application to COVID-19
and ongoing clinical trials based on zinc for COVID-19. Zinc has been shown in studies to inhibit viral replication and boost immune responses. While clinical trial are needed to see if taking zinc (within the established maximum safety levels) as a preventative will help prevent the onset and progression of COVID-19, the promise is obvious. Low zinc levels can ulter vaccine reactions even after Immunization. Zinc gluconate and Vitamin C stand out for having immunomodulatory function and for gambling roles in keeping bodily tissue obstacles. The improve intracellular awareness of zinc ought to inactivate the RNA-established RNA Polymerase the center viral replication enzyme that can reduced viral replication and might have the capacity to minimize the sickness burden. According to structural study, Vitamin C binds to 3Clpro, the coronavirus that causes SARS-COV-2.3Clpro is principle proteases crucial in viral replication. In vitro cellular inhibition research additionally show Vitamin C may want to inhibit 3CLpro indicating a possible new antiviral remedy technique.

Keywords: 19, SARS-coV2, clinical trial, Zinc, Immunity, Antiviral.

[This article belongs to Research & Reviews : A Journal of Immunology(rrjoi)]

How to cite this article: Bagul Mahesh B, Ahire Yogesh K, Surawase Rajendra K Development of Zinc Gluconate Vitamin C Effervescent Tablet for Immunity Improvement and Management of Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) rrjoi 2023; 12:4-11
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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 12
Issue 02
Received June 22, 2022
Accepted July 28, 2022
Published January 24, 2023