Protandim Studies

There are currently 15 (as of Dec 4th 2012) studies (or review articles) on Protandim. These studies range from human clinical studies to mammals (like mice and rats) and human tissue studies. For the most part, these studies are funded 100% from the universities or the grant money used for scientific research. You can always check for Protandim for the latest information. Below lists each study where the full study may be found. The following are all PEER REVIEWED content, either studies or reviews.

Nearly every supplement on the market has ZERO peer reviewed research on their product. Protandim is very unique this way. There are many more on the way!

2005 – The Induction of Human Superoxide Dismutase and Catalase in Vivo: A Fundamentally New Approach to Antioxidant Therapy
University of Colorado Denver
Free Radical Biology & Medicine 40 (2006) 341-347
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2006 – Synergistic Induction of Heme Oxygenase-1 by the Components of an Antioxidant Supplement Protandim
University of Colorado Denver
Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2008)
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2009 – Protandim, a Fundamentally New Antioxidant Approach in Chemoprevention Using Mouse Two-Stage Skin Carcinogens as a Model
Louisiana State University
PLoS One (2009)
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2010 – The Chemopreventive Effects of Protandim: Modulation of p53 Mitochondrial Translocation and Apoptosis during Skin Carcinogenesis
Louisiana State University
PLoS One (2010)
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2010 – The Dietary Supplement Protandim Decreases Plasma Osteopontin and Improves Markers of Oxidative Stress in Muscular Dystrophy Mdx Mice
Texas Tech, Massachusetts General, Harvard University
Journal of Dietary Supplements (2010)
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2009 – Chronic Pulmonary Artery Pressure Elevation is Insufficient to Explain Right Heart Failure
Virginia Commonwealth University
Circulation (2009)
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2010 – Protandim Attenuates Intimal Hyperplasia in Human Saphenous Veins Cultured Ex Vivo via a Catalase-Dependent Pathway
Ohio State University
Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2010)
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The Role of Manganese Superoxide Dismutase in Skin Cancer
Louisiana State University
Enzyme Research (2011)
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2011 – Oxidative stress in health and disease: the therapeutic potential of Nrf2 activation.
University of Colorado Denver
Molecular Aspects of Medicine (2011)
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2012 – Protandim does not influence alveolar epithelial permeability or intrapulmonary oxidative stress in human subjects with alcohol use disorders.
Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine

2012 – Phytochemical activation of Nrf2 protects human coronary artery endothelial cells against an oxidative challenge.
Colorado State University
Oxidative Med Cell Longevity (2012)
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2013 – Antioxidants for the treatment of patients with severe angioproliferative pulmonary hypertension?
VCU Medical Center
Abstract Here and Full Article here

2012 – Nrf2: a potential target for new therapeutics in liver disease.
University of Connecticut
Nature Publishing Group (2012)
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2012 – Upregulation of phase II enzymes through phytochemical activation of Nrf2 protects cardiomyocytes against oxidant stress.
Colorado State University
Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2012)
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2012 - Understanding Antioxidants: Using Various Arsenals to Impact the Oral Environment
Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH
Dentistry Today (2012)
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2012 – Keap1/Nrf2/ARE redox-sensitive signaling system as a pharmacological target
Scientific Center of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Russia
Biochemistry (Moscow) (2012)
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2014 - The clinical potential of influencing Nrf2 signaling in degenerative and immunological disorders.
Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
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(Couple other new studies not shown, stay tune)

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