Edison brightened the world
TeloRegen is brightening our future
Telomere Therapy for Regenerative Medicine
TeloRegen is a biotech company; who is commercializing a patent-pending Telomere Reset Therapy for regenerative medicine, cellular rejuvenation, and to treat / prevent the many diseases of aging.
disorders of aging
TeloRegen telomere therapy is expected to enhance recovery from injuries, diseases, disorders and even aging.
The Time Has Arrived
In 2009 the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Elizabeth H. Blackburn, Carol W. Greider, and Jack W. Szostak for the discovery of:
"how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase"
More Decades of Health
We all age. We all complain about aging. As we live decades longer, we all face the awful certainty of developing one or more of the diseases of aging: Alzheimer’s, heart disease, strokes, cancers, arthritis, and a host of other diseases and indignities.
Instead of just accepting a painful decline of mind and body, can we fix the diseases of aging? Has medical science come far enough today that we might be able to enjoy youthful health and vitality through our seventies, eighties, nineties, and maybe decades beyond?
The answer is yes, and TeloRegen Corporation is leading that health revolution by demonstrating a practical therapy to treat aging at its root – within your cells. That therapy is called Telomere Therapy.
Telomere Therapy uses advancements in the understanding of how our cells age, and how that cellular age can be “reset” by extending cell structures called “telomeres” to restore youthful function.
Published July 11, 2013
ABC World News With Diane Sawyer.
Study proves reverse aging in mice
Telomere Reset Therapy: “COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR PROVIDING ACTIVE TELOMERASE TO CELLS IN VIVO”,
Patent # WO2015100269 A3.
TeloRegen Telomere Reset Therapy sends
the DNA plasmid DNA “instructions”
needed for cells to assemble the telomerase molecule; thus reversing the age of the cell.
Liposomes are tiny bubbles made of the same materials as our cell membranes. Liposomes, infused into the bloodstream, carry the plasmid DNA instructions for making the body’s own enzyme telomerase, which regenerates telomeres.
TeloRegen Telomerase Delivery
Cells have a mechanism for re-lengthening telomeres. The body’s protein enzyme that does this is called
telomerase. It is the cell’s own molecular machine for re-extending telomeres. Some telomerase is present in our
stem cells at low levels, rebuilding telomere lengths by just enough to keep our proliferative cells functioning,
on average, for several decades.
All cells have the gene for making telomerase, but only a few cells such as stem cells and reproductive cells actually make telomerase. Ordinary body cells, which make up the vast majority of the body, do not express telomerase. Providing just one copy of the telomerase enzyme within a cell starts lengthening telomeres. Introducing multiple copies is even more effective.
Rather than send telomerase itself into cells, the TeloRegen Telomere Reset Therapy sends the DNA plasmid “instructions” needed for cells to assemble the telomerase molecule. This approach is simpler and more effective than sending telomerase itself.
In the near future, you would visit a medical clinic to receive a Telomere Reset treatment to reset the biological age of cells throughout your body by a number of decades. The Reset treatment would be repeated periodically, perhaps every few years, to maintain youthful function. Rather than send in foreign molecules, the TeloRegen Reset Therapy uses the body’s own molecules and mechanisms to deliver the therapy and to extend telomeres. Using our body’s own biomolecules and mechanisms for therapeutic purposes is generally much safer, much more effective, and much more specific in effect, with far fewer unintended side effects, than using foreign molecules. This gives exciting promise to therapeutics that are based upon large biomolecules, like Telomere Reset Therapy, compared to the many often dangerous side-effects of conventional small-molecule pharmaceuticals.