Antinol Study References

Antinol is clinically proven with peer reviewed, published and presented clinical studies including species- specific safety studies. You know you’re recommending a product that is appropriate for long term feeding, safe and proven to work. We’ve collated them all here for ease of access; alternatively we’ve listed them all below.

  1. Whitehouse M, Roberts M, Brooks P. Over the counter (OTC) oral remedies for arthritis and rheumatism: How effective are they? Inflammopharmacology, 1999. 7(2): p. 89-105.
  2. Rialland P. Bichot S, Lussier B, Moreau M, Beaudry F, del Castillo JRE, et al. Effect of a diet enriched with green-lipped mussel on pain behavior and functioning in dogs with clinical osteoarthritis. Can J Vet Res, 2013. 77(1): p. 66-74.
  3. Kwananocha 1, Vijarnsorn M, Kashemsant N, Lekcharoensuk C. Effectiveness of disease modifying osteoarthritis agents and carprofen for treatment of canine osteoarthritis. Thai J Vet Med, 2016. 46(3): p. 363-371.
  4. McPhee S, Hodges LD, Wright PFA, Wynne PM, Kalafatis N, Harney DW, et al. Anti-cyclooxygenase effects of lipid extracts from the New Zealand green-lipped mussel, Perna canaliculus. Comp Biochem Physiol B: Biochem Mol Biol, 2007. 146(3): p. 346-356.
  5. Dugas B. Lyprinol inhibits LTB4 production by human monocytes. Allerg Immunol (Paris) 2000; 32(7): 284-9.
  6. McPhee S, Hodges LD, Wright PF, et al. Anti-cyclooxygenase effects of lipid extracts from the New Zealand Green shell mussel, Perna canaliculus. Comparative biochemistry and physiology Part B, Biochemistry & molecular biology 2007; 146(3): 346-56.
  7. Lee CH, Butt YK, Wong MS, LO SC. A lipid extract of Perna canaliculus affects the expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines in a rat adjuvant-induced arthritis model. Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2008; 40(4): 148-55.
  8. Singh M, Hodges LD, Wright PF, et al. The CO(2)-SFE crude lipid extract and the free fatty acid extract from Perna canaliculus have anti-inflammatory effects on adjuvant-induced arthritis in rats. Comparative biochemistry and physiology Part B, Biochemistry & molecular biology 2008; 149(2): 251-8.
  9. Whitehouse MW, Macrides TA, Kalafatis N, Betts WH, Haynes DR, Broadbent J. Anti-inflammatory activity of a lipid fraction (Lyprinol) from the NZ Green-shell mussel. Inflammopharmacology 1997, 5(3): 237-46.
  10. Monchanok Vijarnsorn, Irin Kwananocha, Narudee Kashemsant, Thitichai Jarudechia, Brian Beale, Bruno Peirone and B. Duncan X. Lascelles. The effectiveness of marine based fatty acid compound (PCSO-524) and firocoxib in the treatment of canine osteoarthritis. BMC Veterinary Research. 2019. 15:349.
  11. Zhu B, Zhang Y, Herrup K. Testing the neuroprotective properties of PCSO-524 using the neuronal cell cycle suppression assay. Marine Drugs, 2019. Jan 24;17(2).
  12. Soontornvipart K, Mongkhon N, Nganvongpanit K, Kongtawelert P. Effect of PCSO-524 on OA biomarkers and weight-bearing properties in canine shoulder and coxofemeral osteoarthritis. Thai J Vet Med, 2015. 45(2): p. 157-165.
  13. Uttra Jamikorn Sirinthorn Yibchok-anun. Effects of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid supplements on healthy beagle dogs. Thai J Vet Med. 2014 .44(4): 505-511.
Find out more