Signum researchers attended this years Society for Investigative Dermatology (SID). They presented two posters this year One titled, “SIG1191: A Novel Cosmetic Functional Ingredient with.
Apr 21, 2015
Signum Biosciences has been selected to present the mechanism and benefits of EHT® at this years American Academy of Neurology Conference (AAN).
Signum Biosciences partners with Nerium International and they gain the exclusive usage of SIG-1273, a Revolutionary Anti-Aging Ingredient
Apr 13, 2015
We have partnered with Nerium International, an innovator in age-defying skincare products. Nerium has announced the addition of the groundbreaking new ingredient, SIG-1273®. SIG-1273 is a.
Signum Biosciences partner Nerium Interanational introduces new, advanced anti-aging product focused on optimal brain health
Apr 10, 2015
We have partnered with Nerium International, a leader in scientifically advanced, anti-aging products. Nerium has announced the addition of the groundbreaking new ingredient, EHT®. EHT®, a natural.
Mar 25, 2015
We have partnered with Dermata Therapeutics, LLC , a private specialty pharmaceutical company developing innovative prescription drugs for dermatological conditions. We have out-Licensed SIG990 to.
Oct 1, 2014
Signum announces the promotion of Dr. Jose Fernandez to Director of Research and Development and Eduardo Perez as Chief Scientific Officer. Combined Jose and Eddie have worked at Signum 14 years,.
ME™ sports is a revolutionary brain supplment with EHT™. Princeton University scientist discovered EHT™, a patented mixture of bioactive molecules derived from coffee. Producing EHT™ starts with a.
See attached document. Signum researchers in collaboration with Princeton University presented a poster titled, “Modulating PP2A Methylation using Natural Extracts”. Here we demonstrate several.
Signum’s work on the beneficial effects of eicosanoyl-5-hydroxytryptamide has been published in the peer reviewed journal, Neurobiology of Aging. Dr. Khalid Iqbal demonstrates, a component of coffee.
Feb 26, 2012
See attached document. In a separate article, titled, The Role of Protein Phosphatases and Alzheimer's Disease (AD), Signum reviews recent advances in our understanding of serine/threonine and.