Kinostat is currently not available for sale. We are in the process of filing paperwork required for FDA approval which is estimated to be near the end of 2017. Thank you for your interest in our product. We are striving to make this available as soon as possible to meet you diabetic dog’s needs.

Kinostat® could be man’s best friend: Professor Peter F Kador has developed topical Kinostat® to ameliorate the development and progression of cataracts in dogs with diabetes mellitus.→Read More

Topical Kinostat® ameliorates the clinical development and progression of cataracts in dogs with diabetes mellitus: Objective To determine whether topical administration of the aldose reductase inhibitor Kinostat can ameliorate the onset or progression of cataracts in dogs with naturally occurring diabetes mellitus (DM).→Read More

Aldose Reductase, Ocular Diabetic Complications and the Development of Topical Kinostat®: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a major health problem with devastating effects on ocular health in both industrialized and developing countries. The control of hyperglycemia is critical to minimizing the impact of DM on ocular tissues…→Read More


Topical Nutraceutical Optixcare EH Ameliorates: Based on the hypothesis that oral nutraceuticals do not adequately reach all ocular tissues in the anterior segment…→Read More

Multifunctional Antioxidants

A vision of eye health – Counteracting age-related changes in the eye: Researchers from the University of Nebraska Medical Centre and Therapeutic Vision, Inc. have developed compounds that show promising potential to halt the progression…→Read More

Orally Bioavailable Metal Chelators and Radical Scavengers – Multifunctional Antioxidants for the Coadjutant Treatment of Neurodegenerative Diseases: Oxidative stress results from an imbalance between oxidants, such as reactive oxygen species (ROS), and antioxidants, such as superoxide dismutase (SOD).→Read More

Orally Active Multi-Functional Antioxidants Are Neuroprotective in a Rat Model of Light-Induced Retinal Damage: Progression of age-related macular degeneration has been linked to iron dysregulation and oxidative stress that induce apoptosis of neural retinal cells.→Read More

Orally Active Multi-Functional Antioxidants Delay Cataract Formation in Streptozotocin (Type 1) Diabetic and Gamma-Irradiated Rats: Age-related cataract is a worldwide health care problem whose progression has been linked to oxidative stress and the accumulation of redox-active metals.→Read More

Multifunctional Antioxidants for the Treatment of Age-Related Diseases: Oxidative stress damages cells and is an accepted determinant of both lifespan and health span. Oxidative stress results from the generation of reactive oxygen species…→Read More