Glutathione Articles - ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders)

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1. James SJ, Impaired transsulfuration and oxidative stress in autistic children:
Improvement with targeted nutritional intervention. DAN! Conference. 2003 Oct, Portland,
OR.

2. James SJ; Melnyk S; Jernigan S; Cleves M, et al, Metabolic endophenotype and related
genotypes are associated with oxidative stress in children with autism. Am Jrl Med Gen.
Published Online 2006 Aug.

3. James SJ; Slikker W; Melnyk S; New E; Pogribna M; Jernigan S, Thimerosal
Neurotoxicity is Associated with Glutathione Depletion: Protection with Glutathione
Precursors. Neur Toxicol. 2005; 26:1-8.

4. Westphal, GA; Schnuch A; Schulz TG, et al, Homozygous gene deletions of the
glutathione s-transferases M1 and T1 are associated with thimerosal sensitization. Int Arch
Occup Environ health. 2000 Aug; 73(6): 384-8.

5. James SJ; Cutler P; Melnyk S; Jernigan S; Janak L; Gaylor DW; Neubrander JA, Metabolic
biomarkers of increased oxidative stress and impaired methylation capacity in children with
autism. Am J Clin Nutr. 2004 Dec; 80(6): 1611-7.

6. Sogut S; Zoroglu SS; Ozyurt H; Yilmaz HR, et al, Changes in nitric oxide levels and
antioxidant enzyme activities may have a role in the pathophysiological mechanisms involved
in autism. Clin Chem Acta. 2003 May: 331(1-2): 111-7.

7. Yorbik O, Sayal A; Akay C; Akbiyik DI; Sohmen T, Investigation of antioxidant enzymes
in children with autistic disorder. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2002 Nov; 67(5):
341-3.

8. Westphal GA; Schnuch A; Schulz TG; Reich K; Aberer W; Brasch J, et al, Homozygous
gene deletions of the glutathione S-transferases M1 and T1 are associated with thimerosal
sensitization. Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 2000 Aug: 73(6): 384-8.

9. Vargas D; Nascimbene C; Krishman C; Zimmerman A; PArdo C, Neuroglial Activation
and Neuroinflammation in the Brain of Patients with Autism. Ann Neurol. 2005; 57.

10. Dorfman K, Understanding Glutathione. New Develop. Winter 04-05. Vol 10(2).

11. Neimark J, Autism: It’s Not Just in the Head. Discover Magazine. 2007 March 22; 33.

12. Baker S, The Metaphor of an Oceanic Disease. Integrative Med. Feb/Mar 2008. Vol 7,
No1; 40-45.

13. Bernhoft R, Buttar R, Autism: A Multi-System Oxidative and Inflammatory Disorder.
Townsend Letter. 2008 April, Issue 297; 86-90.

14. James SJ, Melnyk S, Jernigan S, Hubanks A, Rose S, Gaylor D, Abnormal
transmethylation/transsulfuration metabolism and DNA hypomethylation among parents of
children with autism. J Autism Dev Disorder. 2008 May 30. Epub ahead of print.

15. James SJ, Melnyk S, Fuchs G, Reid T, Jernigan S, Pavliv O, Hubanks A, Gaylor DW,
Efficacy of methylcobalamin and folinic acid treatment on glutathione redox status in children
with autism. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 Dec 3. Epub ahead of print.

16. Chapman LA, Gregory W, Zwickey H, Glutathione in the treatment of autism: a
preliminary investigation. Ahead of print.

17. Adams JB, Baral M, Geis E, Mitchell J, Ingram J, Hensley A, Zappia I, Newmark S, Gehn
E, Rubin RA, Mitchell K, Bradstreet J, El-Dahr J , Safety and Efficacy of Oral DMSA Therapy for
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Part A - Medical Results. BMC Clinical Pharmacology
2009, 9:16doi:10.1186/1472-6904-9-16.

18. Adams JB, Baral M, Geis E, Mitchell J, Ingram J, Hensley A, Zappia I, Newmark S, Gehn
E, Rubin RA, Mitchell K, Bradstreet J, El-Dahr J , The Severity of Autism Is Associated with Toxic Metal Body Burden and Red Blood Cell Glutathione Levels. Journal of Toxicology 2009, Article ID 532640, doi:10.1155/2009/532640

19. Kern JK, Geier DA, Adams JB, Garver CR, Audhya T, Geier, M. Clinical Trial of
Glutathione Supplementation in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Med Sci Monit, 2011; 17(12):
CR677-682

20. Main PA, Angley MT, O'Doherty CE, Thomas P, Fenech M. The Potential Role of the
Antioxidant and Detoxification Properties of Glutathione in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A
Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Nutrition & Metabolism 2012, 9:35

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