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How Genomic Advancements are Fueling Innovation in Nutraceuticals [Webinar]

Scientific advances are allowing nutraceutical companies to develop more effective products to meet growing demand for improving wellness. Many cutting-edge nutraceutical ingredient suppliers are using modern genomics to differentiate their product offerings and guide them to new markets.

Join InVivo Biosystems, an expert in genetics, and Faraaz Jamal, CEO of Mikra, to hear:

  • How genetic regulation data is transforming preclinical and clinical studies, leading to innovative new market strategies
  • How recent advances in scientific technology are making the information on all genes available through “Omics” techniques, delivering scientific proof and evidence for ingredients at the molecular and cellular level
  • How genome regulation data can help branded ingredient developers substantiate their product claims, file IP patents, find new product applications, and more

Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to effectively identify genetic signatures associated with health concerns such as immunity, inflammation, brain health, and gut health
  • Learn how to gain fundamental insight into the effects and mechanism of action of nutraceuticals
  • Learn how to test whether a natural product induces upregulation or downregulation of key genes

Access the Webinar

About The Author

InVivo Biosystems

InVivo Biosystems provides essential services to help pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, biotechnology companies and academic research institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. An expert in CRISPR genome editing, InVivo Biosystems creates custom genome edited C. elegans and zebrafish models to enable aging and other disease studies. In addition, InVivo Biosystems provides in-vivo analytical services to produce data and insights for companies that need to make go/no-go decisions quickly in early-stage development of new compounds.

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