Chronomics Inflammaging Discovery Alpha

Be a part of the first cutting edge inflammaging biomarker test

Take the alpha survey

A few steps away from the Inflammaging Discovery Alpha

Access a unique panel of immune health and ageing related blood biomarkers. We'll also send you a saliva collection kit as as all participants may be eligible for a full Chronomics epigenetics test free of charge (RRP £699), subject to results of the blood panel. Blood collection is at our partner clinic, Medical Diagnosis, in Wembley, North London (open for testing during the current situation).

Take the screening survey:

As we have limited places for the Alpha, we ask all participants complete this short screening survey. Participation is open to healthy (give or take!) men and women of all ages 18 to 80+, with no serious immune related conditions or current infections (including COVID-19), and we particularly invite those 60+ to take part. After submitting the survey we will be in touch ASAP with the next steps to book your sample collection.

Low-grade systemic chronic inflammation, or inflammaging, is one of the primary forces driving aging, age related diseases, and health risks including COVID-19 risks. It's time we put inflammaging in the spotlight.
What does this test analyse? You'll get lab testing reports for immune system regulators including cytokines and chemokines that are implicated in chronic inflammation and aging related changes (IL-1β, IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, IL-17, TNFα, IFN‐γ, GROα, MIG, Eotaxin-1, TRAIL, GDF-15...) and other important markers for health and wellbeing (CRP, cortisol, SAA, C4, HbA1c, PAPP-A, albumin, full blood count). You'll then get first access to composite inflammaging biomarkers that push the boundaries of health sciences.
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Epigenetics Controls our Genes

While you are born with a unique set of genes, your lifestyle and environment can cause certain genes to be turned off or on, the study of these changes is called epigenetics.

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Epigenetics meets Inflammation

Leading scientists have shown that what you eat, where you live, when you sleep, how you exercise, even ageing – all impact inflammation and epigenetic regulation of our genes from a healthy to an unhealthy state.

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Inflammation is a Ticking Clock

Understanding the inflammatory state of your body can help you understand your risk of chronic illness. You can use this information to make better health choices, reversing the damage and avoiding illness in later life.