Making Science of Wellness

Making Science of Wellness

Making Science of Wellness

Bringing humanity’s cutting-edge wisdom to you
Perfect β type NMNPURE
Perfect β type NMN’s manufacturing method: International patent pending
elevates the “future” to a new stage.
That’s Mirailab Bioscience Inc.



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  • Collaborative Research and Research Support

  • University of Tokyo

    ​Clinical study in collaboration with the University of Tokyo, in which high doses of NMN are taken over a long period of time.
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  • Yamaguchi University

    Efficacy of NMN! Potential to contribute to the maintenance of pets’ health.
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  • Washington University in St. Louis

    Our NMN supplement has been adopted for a clinical trial at the Washington University in St. Louis.
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Ginza Research Laboratory

Mirailab_ginza_research_laboratory_nmnMirailab Bioscience’s in-house NMN research facility, the Ginza Laboratory (Life Science Lab),
employs research staff members: including PhDs in medicine and PhDs in engineering,
PhDs in science, Master in agronomy life sciences.

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Challenging Humanity’s Problems.

Member Activities

Through our membership in various research institutions,
we are constantly innovating our products by conducting deeper clinical research.


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Under the concept of “Making Science of Wellness” based on NMN research, Mirailab Bioscience reaches even further, contributing not only to academic research but also to the fields of culture and art.

  • Support to Research

    Washington University in St. Louis

    • Donation of 1 kg of NMN to the research led by Dr. Jeffrey Gordon, Director of the Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology.
    • Donation of 1 kg of NMN to the laboratory of Professor Shin-ichiro Imai, Department of Developmental Biology, Department of Medicine (joint.)
  • Medical Support Business

    ​Medical Support for Mirai Medical Group and Tokyo Ginza Wellness & Aging Clinic, where Professor Shin-ichiro Imai of Washington University School of Medicine serves as director.

  • Support for Arts and Culture

    As a corporation, we are proud patrons of Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Sponsorship of Symposiums

    • Sponsorship of the The Inaugural International Symposium on Aging Research and public lectures to celebrate the establishment of the Institute for Research on Productive Aging (IRPA.)
    • Sponsorship of Gordon Research Conferences.