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CellAge

working with the aim to develop synthetic promoters that would be able to specifically identify senescent cells

June 2020 update:
We are writing to regrettably inform you that our time at CellAge has come to an end.
In the coming weeks we will be closing down the project and the company.
We have contacted our crowdfunding partner LEAF and have returned all of the unused crowdfunding funds.
While we had a number of operational hurdles along the way, we have made progress.
We believe that it is possible to build on top of our work, therefore we will share the results and details of our findings with the wider scientific community and the general public.

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People at CellAge

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Postdoctoral researcher working on synthetic biology, gene therapy and ageing and CEO & Co-Founder of CellAge.

CellAge News

Hallmark of Aging Reversed by Senescent Cell Removal

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 25-Mar-2017

Study directly targets one of the mechanisms that senescent cells use to avoid apoptosis, Focuse...

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Targeting Senescent Cells with Synthetic Biology

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 09-Dec-2016

CellAge is going to develop synthetic promoters which are specific to senescent cells, as promote...

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