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From the outset, ZAMboost™ researchers knew there had to be much more than just Vitamin C to support your immune system. Below are just a few of the research studies they referred to when developing the ZAMboost formula.

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Select Peer Reviewed Journal Articles for Beta Glucan and Lactoferrin

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(All of the following links are independent studies not sponsored or endorsed by ZAMboost or it’s parent company Ampurity Nutraceuticals, LLC. Clicking a link will open a new window and will take you away from ZAMboost.com)
 

Goodridge et al. Activation of the innate immune receptor Dectin-1 upon formation of a “phagocytic synapse”. Nature 2011; 472(7344):471-475.

Steele et al. The beta-glucan receptor Dectin-1 recognizes specific morphologies of Aspergillus fumigatus. PLOS Pathogens 2005; 1(4): e42. doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.0010042.

Talbott et al. Effect of beta 1, 3/1, 6 glucan on upper respiratory tract infection symptoms and mood state in marathon athletes. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 2009; 8:509-515.

Babineau et al. Randomized phase I/II trial of a macrophage-specific immunomodulator (PGG-Glucan) in high risk surgical patients. ANNALS OF SURGERY 1994; 220(5):601-609.

Lönnerdal  Nutritional physiologic significance of human milk proteins. Am J of Clin Nutr 2003; 77(6):15375-15435.

Conneely et al. Anti-inflammatory activities of lactoferrin. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2001; 20(5):389S–395S.

Lopez et al.  Lactoferrin receptor mediates apo- but no holo-lactoferrin internalization via clathrin-mediated endocytosis in trophoblasts.  Biochem J. 2008; 411:271-278.

Mulder et al. Bovine lactoferrin supplementation supports immune and antioxidant status in healthy human males. Nutrition Research 2008; 28(9):583-589.