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There is one clinical trial.
The gut immune system was shown as an effective target for inducing systemic immune signals against viruses. Oral administration of Travelan, an over the counter product which contains hyperimmune bovine colostrum was shown in preclinical studies to augment the anti-viral immune towards several strains of influenza viruses (RNA viruses). This study will evaluate the option that Trevalan may help improve the immune system reaction when introduced to COVID-19 proteins in-vitro. 5 healthy volunteers will receive a treatment regimen of 5 days with Trevalan. Before and after treatment, blood samples will be taken in order to test immune response towards viral proteins of the COVID-19 virus in vitro by measuring the number of T cell clone secreting IFNγ against viral antigens.
Description: The primary objective of this study is to show an increase in levels of IFNγ against viral antigens after treatment regimen with TrevalanMeasure: increase levels of IFNγ Time: 6 days
Description: registering if any adverse events from the use of TravelanMeasure: registering adverse events Time: 30 days
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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