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increasing lysyl oxidase (LOX) activity, for collagen cross-linking.

keratoconus cornea copper collagen

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#1 elc202

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Posted 30 June 2019 - 12:17 PM


according to these articles, you can treat thin corneas by increasing  lysyl oxidase (LOX) activity using topical copper drops. it will increase the collagen cross-linking in the cornea.

but this treatment is not yet in the market. so is there an available supplement where you can increase lysyl oxidase (LOX) activity?

 

https://journals.lww...Corneas.30.aspx

https://theophthalmo...me-to-say-cu-kc

 

thank you


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#2 elc202

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Posted 08 July 2019 - 11:26 PM

this site used to be waaaay more active


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