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The Science of Radiation Protection

Unlocking the Potential of the Secretome

Radiation exposure can cause significant damage to biological systems

 Including our cells' genetic code. This damage can lead to cancer and neurological diseases. At Ceti5Bio, we believe that harnessing the power of the secretome can help protect and repair radiation-induced damage.

The Secretome | Cetibio

The Secretome: A Powerful Ally in Radiation Protection

A Collection of Bioactive Molecules

The secretome is a collection of bioactive molecules, such as proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and certain species of RNA, released by living cells. These molecules can enhance the repair of radiation-induced damage to the genome. The secretome can be found free-floating in the aqueous environment surrounding cells, as well as packaged together in extracellular vesicles.
 

Our Advantage

Pioneering Techniques in Cell Biology and Biochemistry

Ceti5Bio has developed proprietary methods for producing secretome products that can be applied prophylactically and therapeutically to treat radiation-induced cellular damage. By utilizing specialized techniques in cell biology and biochemistry, we can manipulate the genes necessary to repair damage caused by radiation. Our methods enable us to produce a precise mixture of bioactive molecules that can both prevent the harmful effects of radiation and act as a therapeutic to repair radiation damage.
 

Cell Biology and Biochemistry | Cetibio
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