Press Release Source: Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. On Tuesday July 13, 2010, 10:00 am EDT
PROVO, Utah, July 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE:NUS - News) and its research partner LifeGen Technologies presented their latest research findings on how dietary interventions affect aging and longevity at the First International Congress on Controversies in Longevity, Health and Aging (CoLONGY) in Barcelona, Spain. Nu Skin and its exclusive partner, LifeGen Technologies, presented research on the identification of genetic biomarkers of aging, and how gene expression can be modulated by dietary interventions.
"Nu Skin's ageLOC approach to anti-aging looks at the level of genetic expression of aging and is supported by our partnerships with some of the best minds in anti-aging science, such as our colleagues at LifeGen Technologies," said Joseph Chang, Ph.D., Nu Skin chief scientific officer and executive vice president of product development. "Identifying functional Youth Gene Clusters and understanding how ingredients can target and reset those genes to a more youthful profile helps us develop next-generation skin care and nutritional products."
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