type II collagen

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type II col·la·gen

collagen unique to cartilage, nucleus pulposis, notochord, and vitreous body; it forms as thin highly glycosylated fibrils.
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Research has shown that a combination of undenatured type-II collagen (UC-II[R]) and tetrahydroiso-alpha acids (ThiAA) help revitalize joint function and performance.
The researchers also noted that PQQ may be able to attenuate certain enzymes (such as matrix metalloproteinases) that degrade a protein called type-II collagen present in our joints.
Efficacy and safety of glycosylated undenatured type-II collagen (UC-II) in therapy of arthritic dogs.
Therapeutic efficacy of undenatured type-II collagen (UC-II) in comparison to glucosamine and chondroitin in arthritic horses.
Type-II collagen is found predominantly in articular cartilage and is sold in dietary supplements, such as Biocell Collagen-II (hydrolyzed collagen type II protein) and UC-II (not hydrolyzed).
Treatment of Rheumatoid arthritis with oral type-II collagen.
Research has shown that a combination of undenatured type-II collagen (UC-II[R]) and tetrahydro-iso-alpha acids (ThiAA) help revitalize joint function and performance.
Therapeutic efficacy and safety of undenatured type-II collagen (UC-II[R]) alone or in combination with (-)-hydroxycitric acid and chromemate in arthritic dogs.
Therapeutic efficacy of undenatured type-II collagen (UC-II[R]) in comparison to glucosamine and chondroitin in arthritic horses.
Comparative therapeutic efficacy and safety of type-II collagen (UC-II[R]), glucosamine and chondroitin in arthritic dogs: pain evaluation by ground force plate.
Pain reduction measured by ground force plate in arthritic dogs treated with type-II collagen.

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