LAS VEGAS, Dec. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — BioAdaptives, Inc. (BDPT) announced results of the recently completed in vivo trial showing the efficacy of its PrimiCell® product on muscle repair.
In the study mice were put into groups, PrimiCell® and the control group. The PrimiCell® group was given PrimiCell® for seven days prior to the treatment. Both groups were injected with cardiotoxin in the leg to cause muscle damage. At day one after the injection, day five, and day seven, test subjects from each group were analyzed to determine lesion size, inflammation, necrosis, and overall improvement. Results on day seven showed the PrimiCell® group had overall improvement greater than 56% better than the control group. The results are shown in the graph below.
BioAdaptives, Inc. Chairman and CEO, Barry Epling said, “The results partially explain the dramatic improvement we are seeing with PrimiCell® in humans and with animals using Equine Regen™ and Canine Regen™ which are the targeted animal formulations derived from the research and clinical trials completed on PrimiCell®.”
Epling further stated, “BioAdaptives remains committed to further studies and observations of humans, performance horses, and companion animals.”
About BioAdaptives, Inc.
BioAdaptives, Inc. is a fully-reporting, public company trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol BDPT. The company is engaged in research and development in science-based nutraceutical products for human and animal consumption. The company’s focus, in conjunction with Ferris Holding, Inc., is to source high quality, unique, raw material worldwide and develop science-based products to improve health and wellness in both humans and animals. BioAdaptives, Inc., has developed a proprietary method that is a non-intrusive bioelectromagnetic device for improving individual ingredients, food, beverages, and wellness.
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