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Use of Quercetin for Therapeutic Purposes in COVID-19 Infections: The Opinion of the Geriatrician Doctor

Massimo Magro et al., Journal of Modern Biology and Drug Discovery, doi:10.53964/jmbdd.2023004
May 2023  
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Quercetin for COVID-19
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Review of the antiviral properties and potential benefits of quercetin for COVID-19.
Reviews covering quercetin for COVID-19 include Agrawal, Biancatelli, Derosa, Dinda, Gasmi, Georgiou, Imran, Massimo Magro, Matías-Pérez, Mirza, Rizky, Shorobi.
Massimo Magro et al., 15 May 2023, peer-reviewed, 2 authors. Contact: magro@hotmail.com.
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Use of Quercetin for Therapeutic Purposes in COVID-19 Infections: The Opinion of the Geriatrician Doctor
PhD, Geriatrician Valerio Massimo Magro
Journal of Modern Biology and Drug Discovery, doi:10.53964/jmbdd.2023004
The COVID-19 epidemic has put health systems around the world in distress, at the same time stimulating global research in an attempt to discover new therapeutic strategies against this virus. In this opinion we analyze the characteristics of a flavonoid, quercetin, trying to better understand its usefulness in the treatment of coronavirus infection.
Conflicts of Interest The author declared no conflict of interest. Author Contribution Magro VM was the primary researcher and wrote the manuscript. Magro VM provided research and editing assistance to the manuscript. Magro VM contributed to overall article design, data collection as well as revising and approving the manuscript. Abbreviation List 3CL pro , 3-chymotrypsin-like protease ACE2, Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 Nrf2, Nuclear factor erythroid-derived 2-like 2 PL pro , Papain-like protease
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