Did you know that microbes talk to each other through a communication system called Quorum Sensing?
What if we could hack this communication signals to avoid the attack of skin harmful bacteria?
CONCEPT: COMMUNICATION HACKER
This communication system (Virulence) happens because bacteria speak with each other using these signals (Quormones), forming biofilms. Plants are constantly attacked by microorganisms and they have developed several strategies to block and hack these communication signals, avoiding their organization into the virulent biofilm forms by doing a real biochemical war. They have designed a genuine and smart system to fight against microbial communication called Quorum Quenching that uses Anti-Quormones. Vytrus Biotech has designed a product that uses these Plant Anti-Quorum Sensing signals, disarming the bacteria by hacking their communication systems, just like plants do.
Morinda citifrolia, known as Noni, is a native plant from Southeast Asia (Indonesia) and Australia. With more than 150 actives described, the Noni is used in more than 40 types of ailments worldwide, antitumor, anthelminthic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory, immuno-stimulant, several skin diseases, urinary tract disorders, fever, etc.
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