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Discern your patient's state of health with precision

Differentiate between multiple neurologic health states with a single blood test. Discover the precision of measurement enabled by chronically expressed RNA.

Then help your patients in achieving health and vitality by tracking their ancestral gene expression through our blood test alternative to the spinal tap (lumbar puncture).

Clinical study launched

Be among the first to focus on the cause, not the effect. Join our study now.

Our discovery enables you to compare your patients' genomic profiles with our proprietary database and track disease-related genomic biomarkers. All through a simple blood test.

How it works 


Patient gives a blood sample


Our lab processes the sample securely


Receive the patient's personalized report


Meet your patient to interpret their test results 

Peer-reviewed publications

FBB's CEO built a test based on ancestral genes to detect asymptomatic silent carriers: "Urine Antibody Tests: New Insights into the Dynamics of HIV-1 Infection"

FBB's CEO published the landmark review of the role of a subgroup of EANS in human disease: "Human endogenous retroviruses: nature, occurrence, and clinical implications in human disease"

Co-infection by lactic dehydrogenase virus and C-type retrovirus elicits neurological disease

Chronically Expressed Blood-Borne Endogenous Ancestral Nucleotide Sequences RNA of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, or Parkinson’s Disease are Biomarkers for Differential Diagnosis and Monitoring

Newly Discovered Blood RNA Biomarkers in Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Patients are Expressed Higher than in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

RNA Differential Expression In Serial Blood Samples Of Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Patients Correlates With Clinically Reported Flares

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Differentiate between multiple neurologic health states

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