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Active Life's BioDent Reference Point Indenter Validated in Study Published by Osteoporosis Medical Opinion Leaders
Date:1/24/2013

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About BioDent™ Reference Point Indenter

The current application for BioDent™ RPI provides researchers with previously impossible means to assess the material properties of bone that resides in a living body (in vivo).  Among researchers it is generally understood that bone strength, the ability of a bone to resist breaking, depends on three things: 

  • How much bone material there is (bone mass/bone mineral density),
  • How well the bone material is put together (bone structure), and
  • How good that bone material is (bone material properties)

About Active Life Scientific, Inc.

Active Life Scientific, Inc. develops life science research and diagnostic tools that measure biological tissue quality.   These tools utilize novel biomarkers linked to the physical properties of tissues, such as how fibrous, elastic, or strong a tissue is.  The Company's products are based on world renowned inventor Dr. Paul Hansma 's latest breakthrough, Reference Point Indentation (RPI), with the unrivaled ability to quantify the quality of tissues that reside inside the living body (in vivo).  Active Life's flagship product, BioDent™, is utilized by key researchers who investigate and monitor diseased tissues and develop new treatments.  The Company currently supports bone research and is actively expanding applications for other tissues.  Active Life's mission is to provide life science and diagnostic tools that quantify tissue quality to enable accelerated drug development, cost-effective health care, and a better quality of li
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