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This review establishes the role of phytonutrients as immunity boosters, and different phytochemicals ( maybe useful through further research against  ) COVID-19 because of their antiviral activity. It is crystal clear with this study that an acceptable amount of nutraceuticals and phytochemicals can improve the resistance against several infections. So, the deficiency of immunity intensifiers can be disastrous for the immune system.

#polypharmacological #phytochemicals #immunostimulants

Shah, M. A., Rasul, A., Yousaf, R.,Haris, M., Faheem, H. I., Hamid, A., Khan, H., Khan, A. H.,Aschnar, M., & Batiha, G. E.-S. (2021). Combination of naturalantivirals and potent immune invigorators: A natural remedyto combat COVID-19. Phytotherapy Research,1–22.https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.7228

antivirals, COVID-19, immunostimulants, phytochemicals, SARS-CoV-2, polypharmacological,

Nutraceutical, Interleukin-12, NK cells: natural killer cells, TNF: tumor necrosis factor, CTL: cytotoxic T-lymphocytes, ROS: reactive oxygen species, DTH:delayed-type hypersensitivity, INF: interferon, SARS-CoV: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, 3CLpro: 3 chymotry psin-like protease, M pro: main protease, RdRp: RNA-dependentRNA polymerase, MERS-CoV: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, PLpro: papain-like protease

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