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We’re Launching a new Clinical Trial on DNA Repair in Humans

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Exogen Bio Labs.

We’ve been developing our technology to assess DNA Repair Capacities.

Dear Exogen Bio Citizen Science Study Participants,

We are excited to announce that we will be finishing up our citizen science study to begin a new clinical trial to look at DNA repair efficiency in humans and how it may be associated with genetic factors and risk for certain diseases. Please note that we will be accepting samples obtained from our Indiegogo campaign up until April 1, 2016. We want to thank you once again for your previous contribution to our DNA Health citizen science Indiegogo campaign. So far the study has gone well, and we have collected enough samples to assemble the largest known database of DNA damage levels in humans to date. Your support has been instrumental in allowing us to reach this important milestone.

– The Exogen Bio Team

2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to Discovery of DNA Repair

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Exogen Bio Labs.

2015 Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry.

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2015 was awarded to Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar for having mapped, at a molecular level, how cells repair damaged DNA and safeguard the genetic information. Their systematic work has made a decisive contribution to the understanding of how the living cell functions, as well as providing knowledge about the molecular causes of several hereditary diseases and about mechanisms behind both cancer development and aging.
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