The Problem

Dozens of diseases are based partially, or entirely, on the decline of mitochondrial function as we age. How can we help mitochondria - one of the most powerful and perfectly optimized systems in biology - to become healthier?

The Solution

With whole-body mitochondrial transfusion, we grow large volumes of "young" mitochondria in external bioreactors and transfuse them into the body, where they are taken up by cells and immediately start boosting ATP production, enabling cells to regenerate to a more youthful state.

How it Works


Find and isolate a source of healthy mitochondria.


Expand cells to produce youthful, highly-functional mitochondria


Inject mitochondria, in a variety of carriers, into the desired tissue.


Mitochondria are absorbed by target cells, increasing average mitochondrial output and restoring tissue.