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HKG Epitherapeutics co-authored the scientific study aimed to identify DNA methylation markers along the continuum of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) to cervical cancer. This work is a successful collaboration between HKG Epitherapeutics and the laboratory of Prof. Eduardo
The epigenetic clock emerged from the lab into the commercial space. Epigenetic clock tests are already available commercially. However, development of biological markers of aging were primarily based on adult
Very promising results were published in bioRxiv, demonstrating the proof of principle of age reversibility through epigenetics an particularly DNA methylation changes. Epigenetics has a tremendous potential for resetting the
Scientists discovered an almost complete skull of the Australopithecus anamensis, who lived 3.8 million years ago in Northeast Ethiopia. Thanks to this finding, the experts established that Australopithecus anamensis and
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