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Date:2/11/2010

nology targets the body's immune cells. It seems to explain the mechanism behind some autoimmune diseases and presents a solution.

Autoimmune diseases occur when the body reacts to itself or self-tissues. In some cases, an external threat from disease-causing organisms activates too many of certain types of immune cells. A physical trait of those cells makes them impervious to the body's natural defense system that would ordinarily limit their numbers.

Targeted peptide technology works by tricking those impervious cells into dropping their defenses. They can be fooled into releasing their protective shields, swapping the shield for a synthetic polypeptide instead. Those peptides, created by our research team, have been engineered to make the cell susceptible to the body's natural defenses. We expect our TPT drug compounds to enable the body to destroy the cells that help trigger the symptoms of autoimmune diseases.  

Explaining Metabolic Disruption Technology (MDT)

A growing body of research indicates that interfering with cell metabolism is the key to targeting cancer cells. The way a cell metabolizes its sources of energy appears to determine whether it will survive the most common treatments for cancer—chemotherapy and radiation. Cells that rely on glucose (or sugar) for fuel are easily damaged and killed. Cells that can run on fat can become deadly. They continue to survive and even thrive during cancer treatments—thereby assisting in the development of drug resistant tumors that can become lethal to their victims.

Explaining Thymus Nuclear Protein (TNP) Compound

Thymus Nuclear Protein compound or "TNP" is a cocktail of histone protein fragments that includes approximately 2660 peptides. TNP is derived from the thymus, where immune cells develop. An early line of research investigated TNP for the potential to treat autoimmune diseases. Sinc
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