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International cell research.

spermidineLIFE® is used by scientifically recognized research teams in studies and it is the top innovation in the field of cell renewal. This is the reason why 80 research teams worldwide are currently conducting research with spermidineLIFE® in relation to autophagy. Longevity Labs+ was the first to market spermidine in 2019, thus making it the #1 contact for research teams conducting studies with spermidine. Longevity Labs+ is currently working in collaboration with the following partners:

Science is our passion.

Our life expectancy has constantly increased over the last decades. Cell scientists are working intensively on cell aging and cell renewal to help us maintain good health over a long lifespan. These researchers have identified some substances that have an effect on the aging process.

The polyamine spermidine has been at the center of cell research since the discovery of autophagy in 2016. An incredible 13,440 studies have been conducted on the subject of spermidine, highlighting its immense potential.

A center of cell research is located at the University of Graz, Austria. The Institute of Molecular Biosciences with its laboratory led by Frank Madeo and Tobias Eisenberg is leading in the research of the top molecule spermidine. Our direct cooperation with the institute and our Scientific Advisory Board is the core of our product success. We and our Advisory Board stand 100% behind our innovations and place a high value on scientific expertise in product development.


Spermidine and the University of Graz.

Due to the revolutionary research at the University of Graz, Austria, spermidine has gained worldwide attention in recent years.

Currently, around 80 international research teams are investigating the substance spermidine. Despite the short investigation period for scientific reasons, there are few substances that are more intensively researched than spermidine.

Scientific Advisory Board - An international team of experts.

We challenge some of the best scientists and cell researchers with our vision and are accompanied by a renowned, international advisory board whose task is to critically review our work and support us with ideas and expertise.

We have a common goal to optimize people’s lives with sustainable research and development of substances.

Our advisory board members support us in driving innovation forward with their experience from various fields of medicine and research.

David A. Sinclair, Ph.D., A.O.
Scientific Advisory Board
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Lorenzo Galluzzi, Ph.D.
Most cited young researcher
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Lars-Peter Kamolz, Ph.D.
Regenerative Medicine
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Guido Kroemer, Ph.D.
Most cited autophagy researcher
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Frank Madeo, Ph.D.
Discovered the spermidine effect
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Rainer Oberbauer, Ph.D.
Nephrology & Dialysis
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Thomas Pieber, MD, Ph.D.
Internal medicine & endocrinology
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Stephan Sigrist, Ph.D.
Neurobiology & genetics
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Peter Valent, MD, Ph.D.
Haematology & haemostaseology
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Elizabeth Yurth, MD
Med. Director Longevity Institute
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Anna Katharina Simon, Ph.D.
Scientific Advisory Board
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Prof. Dr. Evgeni Ponimaskin
Scientific Advisory Board
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1 Zinc contributes to normal DNA and protein synthesis, as well as to normal cognitive function and the protection of cells from oxidative stress and has a role in the process of cell division.
2 Aging (Albany NY). 2018;10(1):19-33 doi: 10.18632/aging/101354
3 Thiamine contributes to normal energy metabolism and to the normal function of the heart, as well as to normal psychological function and to normal functioning of the nervous system.
4 Vitamin C and zinc contribute to the normal function of the immune system.
5 Iron contributes to normal cognitive function and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and has a role in the process of cell division.
6 Saffron contributes to decrease tenseness and helps to decrease irritability.