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Niadyne Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Niadyne Inc.'s scientific founders have devoted their academic careers to the biological causes of skin cell injury and methods for its repair. The company has developed nutrient-based compounds to combat the DNA damage that leads to deterioration in skin's appearance, as well as a topical system to deliver them. Niadyne's initial products will be marketed as cosmeceuticals, but it aims to pursue longer-term therapeutic interests in wound healing and heart disease.

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