Dissident AIDS Database

Antibody testsUnreliabilityFalse positiveOxidative stress
In vitro inhibition of LAV/HTLV-III-infected lymphocytes by dithiocarb and inodine pranobex.
 Pompidou, A., Zagury, D., Gallo, R.C. et al
  The "HIV" phenomena can be inhibited by antioxidants : reducing agents suppress the expression of HIV
  Lancet, 1985, II, 1423.1985
Prolonged antiviral activity of D-penicillamine in human immunodeficiency virus-infected homosexual.
 Scheib, R.G., Parenti, D.M. & Simon, G.L.
  The "HIV" phenomena can be inhibited by antioxidants : reducing agents suppress the expression of HIV
  Men. Amer. J. Med., 1987, 83, 608.1987
Effect of D-penicillamine on the expression and propagation of the human immunodeficiency virus by H9 T-lymphoblastoid cells.
 Bitterlich, G., Larcher, C., Solder, B. et al.
  The "HIV" phenomena can be inhibited by antioxidants : reducing agents suppress the expression of HIV
  Drug Res., 1989, 39 (II).Nr 7, 824-828.1989
Suppression of human immunodeficiency virus expression in chronically infected monocytic cells by glutathione, glutathione ester and N-acetyl-cysteine.
 Kalebic T, Kinter A, Poli G, Anderson ME, Meister A, Fauci AS.
  The "HIV" phenomena can be inhibited by antioxidants : reducing agents suppress the expression of HIV
  Proc Natl Acad Sci U.S.A. 1991; 88: 9861991