US Clinicals® StrongEye™
US Clinicals® StrongEye™

US Clinicals®

US Clinicals® StrongEye™

StrongEye™ Ultimate Eye Care is an advanced formula designed to boost eye health. It contains a proprietary blend of 20 clinically researched nutrients such as Lutein, Zeaxanthin, DHA, Vitamins, Minerals, and Amino Acids which promote sharper vision and protect the eyes from age-related vision problems. StrongEye™ combines all essential nutrients for healthy eyes into one highly potent and easy-to-take formula! 

Direction of Use: For adults. Take 2 softgels daily after meal.

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Once protection seal is opened, keep refrigerated and best consumed within 2 months. Keep out of reach of children.

Precaution: If you are nursing, pregnant, taking medication or have a medical condition, you should consult your health care specialist prior to using this product.

Made in USA.

  • Promotes sharp and clear vision
  • Promotes healthy eyes & vision
  • Improves night vision 
  • Relieves eye fatigue, dryness & inflammation 
  • Improves blood circulation to the eyes 
  • Protects eyes from harmful UV rays & free radicals 
  • Reduces age-related vision problems such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataract and glaucoma

Full ingredient list: Lutein + Zeaxanthin (Lutemax™ 2020), DHA, Herbal Extracts (Schisandra Extract, Quercetin, Lycopene, Bilberry Extract 4:1, Eyebright Extract 4:1, Wolfberry Extract), Vitamins (Vitamin A (Beta Carotene), Vitamin C, Vitamin E), Minerals (Zinc, Copper), Amino Acids (L-Taurine, L-Glycine, L-Glutamic Acid, L-Glutathione, Alpha Lipoic Acid, CoQ10), Soybean Oil, Soy Lecithin.

Lutein + Zeaxanthin (Lutemax™ 2020)
Lutein & Zeaxanthin are powerful antioxidants and carotenoids naturally present in the macular region of the retina. They protect the eyes from free radicals, support macular pigment density and visual acuity. They also help to block UV rays and harmful blue light, thereby reducing the risk of light-induced oxidative damage that can lead to age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataract. 

DHA
Derived from pure deep sea Salmon fish oil, DHA makes up about 93% of all omega-3 fatty acids in the retina. It supports proper drainage of intraocular fluid from the eye, reducing the risk of high eye pressure and glaucoma. It also helps to lubricate dry eyes and support fast and accurate transmission of visual stimuli to the brain.    

Herbal Extracts

Bilberry
Bilberry is packed with a potent antioxidant called Anthocyanins which helps to protect the eyes from free radical damage, promote flexibility in eye capillaries, and improve night vision and blood circulation in the eyes.    

Eyebright Herb
Eyebright Herb holds antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties which help to relieve inflamed eyes and eye strains. 

Schisandra
Schisandra, also known as "Wu Wei Zi" in Chinese medicine, helps increase visual acuity and improve eyes' adaptation to darkness.   

Wolfberry
Wolfberry, commonly known as Goji berry, is high in antioxidants, specifically carotenoids that are known to improve eyesight and protect the retina.    

Quercetin
Quercetin have excellent antioxidant, natural antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties which protect the eyes from the harmful effect of free radicals.    

Lycopene
Lycopene is a carotenoid-rich antioxidant which protects the eyes from UV radiation and free radical damages.     

Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamin A (beta-carotene)
Beta-carotene contains excellent antioxidant properties which help reduce the risk of macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataract. It also helps protect against night blindness and dry eyes.  

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that is proven to lower the risk of macular degeneration and the formation of cataract. 

Vitamin E
Vitamin E contains antioxidant properties which help protect our eyes against free radical damages. When combined with carotenoids and vitamin C, it helps reduce the risk of AMD.

Zinc 
Zinc helps to improve night vision and enable Vitamin A to produce an eye-protecting pigment called melanin.  

Copper
Copper is important for the development of flexible connective tissues for proper eye structure and reduction in risk of AMD.    

Amino Acids

L-Taurine
High concentration of L-Taruine is found in the retina, and it is believed to protect the eyes from harmful UV light and toxic substances.    

L-Glycine
L-Glycine supports healthy central nervous system and eye functions by neutralizing free radicals damage. 

L-Glutamin Acid
L-Glutamin Acid is the most abundant and circulated amino acid in our body. It plays a key role in metabolic processes and in the balancing of neurotoxins in the retina.

L-Glutathione
L-Glutathione helps protect our eyes against oxidative damages and maintains the flexibility of the eye's lens. It also aids in the transport of sodium, calcium and potassium in the lens. 

Alpha Lipoic Acid
Alpha Lipoic Acid is a potent antioxidant which helps prevent free radical damages caused by unbalanced diets, smoking and sunlight. It also helps promote healthy glucose metabolism and detoxification.    

CoQ10
CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant essential for cardiovascular health, energy production and in the improvement of vision problems caused by AMD.

How soon will I be able to observe better eye health?
While results may vary among individuals, most could expect to see beneficial effects such as a reduction in eye discomforts (e.g. dryness, inflammation) within a month. You are advised to take StrongEye™ consecutively for 3-6 months to achieve the best results.

Will the long term consumption of StrongEye™ result in any side effects?
No known side effect has been observed. All ingredients in StrongEye™ are tested and approved to ensure safety, purity and efficacy. It is therefore safe for long term consumption at the recommended dosage.  

Should I separate my consumption of StrongEye™ with other medications or caffeine beverages?
Yes, because the acidity in medications and caffeine beverages may affect the efficacy of StrongEye™. You are advised to take StrongEye™ and your medications/ caffeine beverages at an interval of 1-2 hours apart.

  1. A Randomized Trial of Beta Carotene and Age-Related Cataract in US Physicians

    William G. Christen, JoAnn E. Manson, Robert J. Glynn, J. Michael Gaziano, Robert D.   Sperduto, Julie E. Buring, Charles H. Hennekens; Arch Ophthamol; Volume 121, Issue March 2003, Pages 372-378

  2. A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial of high-dose supplementation with vitamins C and E, beta carotene, and zinc for age-related macular degeneration and vision loss: AREDS report no. 8.

    Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group; Arch Ophthamol; Volume 119, Issue 10, October 2001, Pages. 1417-1436


  3. The health effects of vitamin C supplementation: a review.

    A Bendich, L Langseth; Journal of the American College of Nutrition; Volume 14, Issue 2, 1995, Pages 124-136


  4. Use of vitamin supplements and cataract: the blue mountains eye study

    Maciek Kuzniarz, Paul Mitchell, Robert G Cumming, Victoria M Flood; American Journal of Ophthalmology; Volume 132 Issue 1, July 2001, Pages 19-26


  5. The Potential Preventive Effects of Vitamins for Cataract and Age-Related Macular Degeneration

    P. F. Jacques; International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research; Volume 69, Issue 3, May 1999, Pages 198-205


  6. A possible role for vitamins C and E in cataract prevention.

    J M Robertson, A P Donner, J R Trevithick; American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition; Volume 53, Issue 1, January 1991, Pages 346S-351S


  7. Zinc in the eye

    Zeynel A. Karcioglu; Survey of Ophthalmology; Volume 27, Issue 2, September-October 1982, Pages 114-122


  8. Zinc and the Eye

    Bruce H. Grahn, Phyllis G. Paterson, Katherine T., Gottschall-Pass, Zhen Zhang; Journal of the American College of Nutrition; Volume 20, Issue 2, 2001, Pages 106-118


  9. Zinc-Induced Copper Deficiency: Megamineral Sideroblastic Anemia

    William P. Patterson, Michael Winkelmann, Michael C. Perry; Brief Reports; Volume 103, Issue 3, 1985, Page 385-386


  10. Anemia and Neutropenia Associated with Copper Deficiency of Unclear Etiology

    William Harless, Edward Crowell, Jame Abraham; American Journal of Hematology; Volume 81, Issue, 7, 5 June 2006, Page 546-549


  11. Schisandra chinensis (Turcz.) Baill

    J. L. Hancke, R. A.Burgos, F. Ahumada; Fitoterapia; Volume 70, Issue 5, 1 October 1999, Pages 451-471

  12. Quercetin metabolism in the lens: role in inhibition of hydrogen peroxide induced cataract

    Kelly M Cornish, Gary Williamson, Julie Sanderson; Free Radical Biology and Medicine; Volume 33, Issue 1, 1 July 2002, Pages 63-70

  13. Effects of some probable antioxidants on selenite-induced cataract formation and oxidative stress-related parameters in rats

    Hilmi Orhan, Serdar Marol, Ibrahim F. Hepsen, Gonul Sahin; Toxicology; Volume 139, Issue 3, 6 December 1999, Pages 219-232


  14. Risk assessment for the carotenoids lutein and lycopene

    Andrew Shao, John N. Hathcock; Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology; Volume 45, Issue 3, August 2006, Pages 289-298

  15. Vision preservation during retinal inflammation by anthocyanin-rich bilberry extract: cellular and molecular mechanism

    Miyake S, Takahashi N, Sasaki M, Kobayashi S, Tsubota K, Ozawa Y; Laboratory Investigation; Volume 92, Issue 1, January 2012, Pages 102-109


  16. Prospective Cohort Trial of Euphrasia Single-Dose Eye Drops in Conjunctivitis

    Matthias Stoss, Christoph Michels, Ellen Peter, Romana Beutke, Robert William Gorter; The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine; Volume 6, Issue 6, December 2000, Page 499-508


  17. Fasting plasma zeaxanthin response to Fructus barbarum L. (wolfberry; Kei Tze) in a food-based human supplementation trial

    Chong Yuen Cheng, Wai Yuen Chung, Yim Tong Szeto, Iris F. F. Benzie; British Journal of Nutrition; Volume 93, Issue 1, January 2005, Pages 123-130


  18. Lutein and zeaxanthin in eye and skin health

    Richard L Roberts, Justin Green, Brandon Lewis; Clinics in Dermatology; Volume 27 Issue 2, March-April 2009, Pages 195-201


  19. Effects of lutein and zeaxanthin on aspects of eye health

    Le Ma, Xiao-Ming Lin; Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture; Volume 90, Issue 12, 15 January 2010, Pages 2-12


  20. Lutein and zeaxanthin in the eyes, serum and diet of human subjects.

    Bone RA, Landrum JT, Dixon Z, Chen Y, Llerena CM; Experimental Eye Research; Volume 71, Issue 3, September 2000, Pages 239-245

  21. Taurine: evidence of physiological function in the retina.

    Lombardini JB, Militante JD; Nutritional Neuroscience; Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2002, Page 75-90


  22. Therapeutic applications of taurine

    Birdsall TC; Alternative Medicine Review : a Journal of Clinical Therapeutic; Volume 3, Issue 2, 1998, Page 128-136


  23. Glycine potentiates the NMDA response in cultured mouse brain neurons

    J. W. Johnson, P. Ascher; Nature; Volume 325, 05 February 1987, Pages 529-531


  24. Glutamine and the preservation of gut integrity

    R. R. W. J. van der Hulst, M. F. von Meyenfeldt, N. E. P. Deutz, P. B. Soeters, R. J. M. Brummer, B. K. von Kreel, J. W. Arends; The Lancet; Volume 341, Issue 8857, 29 May 1993, Pages 1363-1365


  25. Glutathione-Related Enzymes and the Eye

    Elena Ganea, John J. Harding; Current Eye Research; Volume 31, Issue 1, 2006, Pages 1-11


  26. Glutathione ester prevents buthionine sulfoximine-induced cataracts and lens epithelial cell damage

    J Martensson, R Steinherz, A Jain, A Meister; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America; Volume 86, Issue 22, November 1989, Pages 8727-8731


  27. Alpha-lipoic acid as a biological antioxidant

    Lester Packer, Eric H. Witt, Hans Jurgen Tritschler; Free Radical Biology and Medicine; Volume 19, Issue 2, August 1995, Pages 227-250


  28. Coenzyme Q10 Instilled as Eye Drops on the Cornea Reaches the Retina and Protects Retinal Layers from Apoptosis in a Mouse Model of Kainate-Induced Retinal Damage

    Matteo Lulli, Ewa Witort, Laura Papucci, Eugenio Torre, Christian Schipani, Christian Bergamini, Massimo Dal Monte, Sergio Capaccioli; Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; Volume 53, Issue 13, 17 December 2012, Pages 8295-8302

  29. CoQ10-Containing Eye Drops Prevent UVB-Induced Cornea Cell Damage and Increase Cornea Wound Healing by Preserving Mitochondrial Function

    Rita Menucci, Eleonora Favuzza, Carlotta Boccalini, Andrea Lapucci, Roberta Felici, Francesco Resta, Alberto Chiarugi, Leonardo Cavone; Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; Volume 55, Issue 11, 13 November 2014, Pages 7266-7271

  30. Application of nutrigenomics in eye health.

    Cecile Delcourt; Forum of Nutrition; Volume 60, 2007, Page 168-175

Product Info

Direction of Use: For adults. Take 2 softgels daily after meal.

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Once protection seal is opened, keep refrigerated and best consumed within 2 months. Keep out of reach of children.

Precaution: If you are nursing, pregnant, taking medication or have a medical condition, you should consult your health care specialist prior to using this product.

Made in USA.

Benefits

  • Promotes sharp and clear vision
  • Promotes healthy eyes & vision
  • Improves night vision 
  • Relieves eye fatigue, dryness & inflammation 
  • Improves blood circulation to the eyes 
  • Protects eyes from harmful UV rays & free radicals 
  • Reduces age-related vision problems such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataract and glaucoma

Ingredients

Full ingredient list: Lutein + Zeaxanthin (Lutemax™ 2020), DHA, Herbal Extracts (Schisandra Extract, Quercetin, Lycopene, Bilberry Extract 4:1, Eyebright Extract 4:1, Wolfberry Extract), Vitamins (Vitamin A (Beta Carotene), Vitamin C, Vitamin E), Minerals (Zinc, Copper), Amino Acids (L-Taurine, L-Glycine, L-Glutamic Acid, L-Glutathione, Alpha Lipoic Acid, CoQ10), Soybean Oil, Soy Lecithin.

Lutein + Zeaxanthin (Lutemax™ 2020)
Lutein & Zeaxanthin are powerful antioxidants and carotenoids naturally present in the macular region of the retina. They protect the eyes from free radicals, support macular pigment density and visual acuity. They also help to block UV rays and harmful blue light, thereby reducing the risk of light-induced oxidative damage that can lead to age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataract. 

DHA
Derived from pure deep sea Salmon fish oil, DHA makes up about 93% of all omega-3 fatty acids in the retina. It supports proper drainage of intraocular fluid from the eye, reducing the risk of high eye pressure and glaucoma. It also helps to lubricate dry eyes and support fast and accurate transmission of visual stimuli to the brain.    

Herbal Extracts

Bilberry
Bilberry is packed with a potent antioxidant called Anthocyanins which helps to protect the eyes from free radical damage, promote flexibility in eye capillaries, and improve night vision and blood circulation in the eyes.    

Eyebright Herb
Eyebright Herb holds antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties which help to relieve inflamed eyes and eye strains. 

Schisandra
Schisandra, also known as "Wu Wei Zi" in Chinese medicine, helps increase visual acuity and improve eyes' adaptation to darkness.   

Wolfberry
Wolfberry, commonly known as Goji berry, is high in antioxidants, specifically carotenoids that are known to improve eyesight and protect the retina.    

Quercetin
Quercetin have excellent antioxidant, natural antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties which protect the eyes from the harmful effect of free radicals.    

Lycopene
Lycopene is a carotenoid-rich antioxidant which protects the eyes from UV radiation and free radical damages.     

Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamin A (beta-carotene)
Beta-carotene contains excellent antioxidant properties which help reduce the risk of macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataract. It also helps protect against night blindness and dry eyes.  

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that is proven to lower the risk of macular degeneration and the formation of cataract. 

Vitamin E
Vitamin E contains antioxidant properties which help protect our eyes against free radical damages. When combined with carotenoids and vitamin C, it helps reduce the risk of AMD.

Zinc 
Zinc helps to improve night vision and enable Vitamin A to produce an eye-protecting pigment called melanin.  

Copper
Copper is important for the development of flexible connective tissues for proper eye structure and reduction in risk of AMD.    

Amino Acids

L-Taurine
High concentration of L-Taruine is found in the retina, and it is believed to protect the eyes from harmful UV light and toxic substances.    

L-Glycine
L-Glycine supports healthy central nervous system and eye functions by neutralizing free radicals damage. 

L-Glutamin Acid
L-Glutamin Acid is the most abundant and circulated amino acid in our body. It plays a key role in metabolic processes and in the balancing of neurotoxins in the retina.

L-Glutathione
L-Glutathione helps protect our eyes against oxidative damages and maintains the flexibility of the eye's lens. It also aids in the transport of sodium, calcium and potassium in the lens. 

Alpha Lipoic Acid
Alpha Lipoic Acid is a potent antioxidant which helps prevent free radical damages caused by unbalanced diets, smoking and sunlight. It also helps promote healthy glucose metabolism and detoxification.    

CoQ10
CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant essential for cardiovascular health, energy production and in the improvement of vision problems caused by AMD.

FAQ

How soon will I be able to observe better eye health?
While results may vary among individuals, most could expect to see beneficial effects such as a reduction in eye discomforts (e.g. dryness, inflammation) within a month. You are advised to take StrongEye™ consecutively for 3-6 months to achieve the best results.

Will the long term consumption of StrongEye™ result in any side effects?
No known side effect has been observed. All ingredients in StrongEye™ are tested and approved to ensure safety, purity and efficacy. It is therefore safe for long term consumption at the recommended dosage.  

Should I separate my consumption of StrongEye™ with other medications or caffeine beverages?
Yes, because the acidity in medications and caffeine beverages may affect the efficacy of StrongEye™. You are advised to take StrongEye™ and your medications/ caffeine beverages at an interval of 1-2 hours apart.

Clinical Studies

  1. A Randomized Trial of Beta Carotene and Age-Related Cataract in US Physicians

    William G. Christen, JoAnn E. Manson, Robert J. Glynn, J. Michael Gaziano, Robert D.   Sperduto, Julie E. Buring, Charles H. Hennekens; Arch Ophthamol; Volume 121, Issue March 2003, Pages 372-378

  2. A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial of high-dose supplementation with vitamins C and E, beta carotene, and zinc for age-related macular degeneration and vision loss: AREDS report no. 8.

    Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group; Arch Ophthamol; Volume 119, Issue 10, October 2001, Pages. 1417-1436


  3. The health effects of vitamin C supplementation: a review.

    A Bendich, L Langseth; Journal of the American College of Nutrition; Volume 14, Issue 2, 1995, Pages 124-136


  4. Use of vitamin supplements and cataract: the blue mountains eye study

    Maciek Kuzniarz, Paul Mitchell, Robert G Cumming, Victoria M Flood; American Journal of Ophthalmology; Volume 132 Issue 1, July 2001, Pages 19-26


  5. The Potential Preventive Effects of Vitamins for Cataract and Age-Related Macular Degeneration

    P. F. Jacques; International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research; Volume 69, Issue 3, May 1999, Pages 198-205


  6. A possible role for vitamins C and E in cataract prevention.

    J M Robertson, A P Donner, J R Trevithick; American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition; Volume 53, Issue 1, January 1991, Pages 346S-351S


  7. Zinc in the eye

    Zeynel A. Karcioglu; Survey of Ophthalmology; Volume 27, Issue 2, September-October 1982, Pages 114-122


  8. Zinc and the Eye

    Bruce H. Grahn, Phyllis G. Paterson, Katherine T., Gottschall-Pass, Zhen Zhang; Journal of the American College of Nutrition; Volume 20, Issue 2, 2001, Pages 106-118


  9. Zinc-Induced Copper Deficiency: Megamineral Sideroblastic Anemia

    William P. Patterson, Michael Winkelmann, Michael C. Perry; Brief Reports; Volume 103, Issue 3, 1985, Page 385-386


  10. Anemia and Neutropenia Associated with Copper Deficiency of Unclear Etiology

    William Harless, Edward Crowell, Jame Abraham; American Journal of Hematology; Volume 81, Issue, 7, 5 June 2006, Page 546-549


  11. Schisandra chinensis (Turcz.) Baill

    J. L. Hancke, R. A.Burgos, F. Ahumada; Fitoterapia; Volume 70, Issue 5, 1 October 1999, Pages 451-471

  12. Quercetin metabolism in the lens: role in inhibition of hydrogen peroxide induced cataract

    Kelly M Cornish, Gary Williamson, Julie Sanderson; Free Radical Biology and Medicine; Volume 33, Issue 1, 1 July 2002, Pages 63-70

  13. Effects of some probable antioxidants on selenite-induced cataract formation and oxidative stress-related parameters in rats

    Hilmi Orhan, Serdar Marol, Ibrahim F. Hepsen, Gonul Sahin; Toxicology; Volume 139, Issue 3, 6 December 1999, Pages 219-232


  14. Risk assessment for the carotenoids lutein and lycopene

    Andrew Shao, John N. Hathcock; Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology; Volume 45, Issue 3, August 2006, Pages 289-298

  15. Vision preservation during retinal inflammation by anthocyanin-rich bilberry extract: cellular and molecular mechanism

    Miyake S, Takahashi N, Sasaki M, Kobayashi S, Tsubota K, Ozawa Y; Laboratory Investigation; Volume 92, Issue 1, January 2012, Pages 102-109


  16. Prospective Cohort Trial of Euphrasia Single-Dose Eye Drops in Conjunctivitis

    Matthias Stoss, Christoph Michels, Ellen Peter, Romana Beutke, Robert William Gorter; The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine; Volume 6, Issue 6, December 2000, Page 499-508


  17. Fasting plasma zeaxanthin response to Fructus barbarum L. (wolfberry; Kei Tze) in a food-based human supplementation trial

    Chong Yuen Cheng, Wai Yuen Chung, Yim Tong Szeto, Iris F. F. Benzie; British Journal of Nutrition; Volume 93, Issue 1, January 2005, Pages 123-130


  18. Lutein and zeaxanthin in eye and skin health

    Richard L Roberts, Justin Green, Brandon Lewis; Clinics in Dermatology; Volume 27 Issue 2, March-April 2009, Pages 195-201


  19. Effects of lutein and zeaxanthin on aspects of eye health

    Le Ma, Xiao-Ming Lin; Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture; Volume 90, Issue 12, 15 January 2010, Pages 2-12


  20. Lutein and zeaxanthin in the eyes, serum and diet of human subjects.

    Bone RA, Landrum JT, Dixon Z, Chen Y, Llerena CM; Experimental Eye Research; Volume 71, Issue 3, September 2000, Pages 239-245

  21. Taurine: evidence of physiological function in the retina.

    Lombardini JB, Militante JD; Nutritional Neuroscience; Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2002, Page 75-90


  22. Therapeutic applications of taurine

    Birdsall TC; Alternative Medicine Review : a Journal of Clinical Therapeutic; Volume 3, Issue 2, 1998, Page 128-136


  23. Glycine potentiates the NMDA response in cultured mouse brain neurons

    J. W. Johnson, P. Ascher; Nature; Volume 325, 05 February 1987, Pages 529-531


  24. Glutamine and the preservation of gut integrity

    R. R. W. J. van der Hulst, M. F. von Meyenfeldt, N. E. P. Deutz, P. B. Soeters, R. J. M. Brummer, B. K. von Kreel, J. W. Arends; The Lancet; Volume 341, Issue 8857, 29 May 1993, Pages 1363-1365


  25. Glutathione-Related Enzymes and the Eye

    Elena Ganea, John J. Harding; Current Eye Research; Volume 31, Issue 1, 2006, Pages 1-11


  26. Glutathione ester prevents buthionine sulfoximine-induced cataracts and lens epithelial cell damage

    J Martensson, R Steinherz, A Jain, A Meister; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America; Volume 86, Issue 22, November 1989, Pages 8727-8731


  27. Alpha-lipoic acid as a biological antioxidant

    Lester Packer, Eric H. Witt, Hans Jurgen Tritschler; Free Radical Biology and Medicine; Volume 19, Issue 2, August 1995, Pages 227-250


  28. Coenzyme Q10 Instilled as Eye Drops on the Cornea Reaches the Retina and Protects Retinal Layers from Apoptosis in a Mouse Model of Kainate-Induced Retinal Damage

    Matteo Lulli, Ewa Witort, Laura Papucci, Eugenio Torre, Christian Schipani, Christian Bergamini, Massimo Dal Monte, Sergio Capaccioli; Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; Volume 53, Issue 13, 17 December 2012, Pages 8295-8302

  29. CoQ10-Containing Eye Drops Prevent UVB-Induced Cornea Cell Damage and Increase Cornea Wound Healing by Preserving Mitochondrial Function

    Rita Menucci, Eleonora Favuzza, Carlotta Boccalini, Andrea Lapucci, Roberta Felici, Francesco Resta, Alberto Chiarugi, Leonardo Cavone; Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; Volume 55, Issue 11, 13 November 2014, Pages 7266-7271

  30. Application of nutrigenomics in eye health.

    Cecile Delcourt; Forum of Nutrition; Volume 60, 2007, Page 168-175