The body creates AMP within cells during normal metabolic processes. AMP is also found as a supplement, although it is not widely available.
Preliminary research suggests that people with herpes simplex or herpes zoster (shingles) infections may have low levels of AMP; however, the clinical significance of this finding is unclear.1
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