Pubblicazioni team Janus Pharma

Quiros-Roldan E et al, Symptoms and quality of life in HIV-infected patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia are improved by the consumption of a newly developed whole tomato-based food supplement. A phase II prospective, randomized double-blinded, placebo-controlled study.  J Functional Foods (2021)

Cormio L et al, Improvement of urinary tract symptoms and quality of life in Benign Prostate Hyperplasia patients associated with consumption of a newly developed whole tomato-based food supplement. A phase II prospective, randomized double-blinded, placebo-controlled study.J Transl Med (Nutrition/Metabolism) (2021) 19, 24.

Cellini A et al, Efficacy and Safety of Lycoprozen®, a Novel Tomato-Based Food Supplement in Patients with Benign Prostatic Hperplasia. Int J Nutrition (2018) issn no: 2379-7835  doi: 10.14302/issn.2379-7835.ijn-18-2491 

Piantelli M et al, A whole tomato-based dietary supplement to complement the outcomes of the wcrf/aicr recommendations.  Anticancer Res (2016)36:2601

Isopi E et al, Pyruvate prevents the development of age-dependent cognitive deficits in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease without reducing amyloid and tau pathology. Neurobiol Dis (2015) 81:214

Sacchi R et al, Extra virgin olive oil: from composition to “molecular gastronomy”. s (2014) 159:325-38. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-38007-5_19 

Pannellini T et al, A Dietary Tomato Supplement Prevents Prostate Cancer in TRAMP Mice. Cancer Prev Res (2010)3: 1284 

Corona C et al, Dietary zinc supplementation of 3xTg-AD mice increases BDNF levels and prevents cognitive decits as well as mitochondrial dysfunction Cell Death Dis(2010) 1(10): e91. doi: 10.1038/cddis.2010.73 

Frusciante L et al, Antioxidant nutritional quality of tomato. Mol Nutr Food Res(2007) 5 :609.doi: 10.1002/mnfr.200600158. 

Vitaglione P et al, Development of a tomato-based food for special medical purposes as therapy adjuvant for patients with HCV infection Eur J Clin Nutr ( 2007) 61(7):906. doi10.1038/sj.ejcn.1602571.

Anese M. et al, Effect of Equivalent Thermal Treatments on the Color and the Antioxidant Activity of Tomato Purees, Journal of Food Science (2002) 67(9),3442



Natali PG et al, Chemoprotective effect of lycopene against β-hch-induced toxicity in human cells

Ramazzini Days, 2020, Eur J Oncol Environ Health 2021 Apr. 27 [cited 2021 May 8]:4. Available from:

Piantelli M et al, LYCOPROZEN: Tomato as a functional food for prostate health. 10 th Probiotic, prebiotics, and new food, nutraceuticals, and botanicals for nutrition in human and microbiota health. Rome, Sept 2019 

Piantelli M. et al, Una nuova linea di integratori (Lycoprozen) a base di pomodoro e acqua di vegetazione delle olive per contrastare l’insorgenza delle malattie croniche degenerative (MCD). VII Congresso Nazionale SINut. Bologna, 19-20 maggio 2017

Piantelli M. et al, A whole tomato based dietary supplement, Lycoprozen®, to complement the outcomes of WCRF/AIRC recommendations. 26° Congresso Società Italiana di Urologia Oncologica (SIURO), Firenze, 8-9 giugno 2016. 

Iacobelli S., A tomato-based product for prostate cancer prevention 8th International Congress “Probiotic, Prebiotic and New Foods for microbiotas and Human Health. Rome.13,15 Sept. 2015 

Books chapters

Lattanzio R. et al, Natural compounds, antioxidants, and antiandrogens in the prevention of prostate cancer. In vivo evidence from murine model and human clinical studies. Chapter 16: in Advances in Prostate Cancer 337-340- Hamilton G Editor, In Tech, Chapter Publ. (2013)