Could N-Acetylcysteine Serve As A Potentially Beneficial Agent For Patients With COVID-19?

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N-acetylcysteine is classified as a dietary supplement. It is an acylated form of the semi-essential amino acid cysteine. Cysteine is a sulphur containing amino acid which can become essential in certain conditions, such as regeneration of wounds or recovery from an infection. The amino acid is typically found in protein-rich foods such as turkey, chicken, cheese, eggs, yoghurt and sunflower seeds. It can also be found in legumes and other meats. One of the dietary supplement versions of cysteine is
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