We would like to take this opportunity to thank the volunteers for their willingness to support Ms. Schraml in her doctoral thesis.
Due to known difficulties and the long outdated topic, the antibody study will not take place as planned. We apologize for this and would be pleased if Ms. Schraml and BioVariance would nevertheless continue to support and participate in our first study on telomere length determination, which can be used to determine a person’s biological age.
Telomere length determination is a fascinating field of research that gives us information about the condition and health of our cells. Telomeres are the protective caps at the ends of our chromosomes that are associated with the aging process. By analyzing telomere lengths, our team can gain important insights into the biological aging process and thus determine biological age. With this telomere length determination study, we are once again setting the standard in medical research and reaffirming our position as a pioneer in the field of biomedical innovation.
To further this important research, we are seeking volunteers of either gender, 18 years of age or older, who are willing to have a sample of their oral mucosa taken with a simple cheek swab. This can be done on-site at our facility or at your home, using a so-called test kit (similar to a rapid PCR test), which we will send to you by mail.
The telomere length determination study will take place in July and offers you the opportunity to participate in groundbreaking research. Interested individuals are welcome to call 09631 / 30 89 200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your address, gender and age, for more information and to register to participate.
The results of this research could lead to new insights into the aging process and form the basis for future medical advances.