Biotechnology
Bio Gel

PATENT PCT/MX2006/000041

A gel with live probiotics who can help to regulate and maintain the balance of our microbiota (gut flora), thus supporting our intestinal functions.

The Bio Gel technology facilitates this by recreating the ecosystem of the first third of the small intestine in its near entirety, which is where the probiotic bacteria live. Bio Gel is the world's only medium that efficiently carries the beneficial bacteria, which naturally inhabit humans, in live and active form into our organism without involving of dairy food or freeze drying.

Synergetic
Symbiosis

PATENT PCT/MX2008/00159

Synergetic symbiosis can help to modulate organic functions in all living things, improving their nutrition, health, and well-being.

This symbiosis allows us to manipulate and generate changes in Bio Gel, the ecosystem of probiotics, which allows us to observe how the bacteria change and adapt to their environment. As a result the bacteria produce: enzymes, acids and proteins, which interact with the nutrients in food. This allows for their combined “cultured” and can help to modulate organic functions in living things.

Biotechnology
Bio Gel

PATENT PCT/MX2006/000041

A gel that helps to regulate and maintain the balance of our microbiota (gut flora), thus supporting our intestinal functions.

The Bio Gel technology facilitates this by recreating the ecosystem of the first third of the small intestine in its near entirety, which is where the probiotic bacteria live. Bio Gel is the world's only medium that efficiently carries the beneficial bacteria, which naturally inhabit humans, in live and active form into our organism without involving of dairy food or freeze drying.

Synergetic
Symbiosis

PATENT PCT/MX2008/00159

Synergetic symbiosis can help to modulate organic functions in all living things, improving their nutrition, health, and well-being.

This symbiosis allows us to manipulate and generate changes in Bio Gel, the ecosystem of probiotics, which allows us to observe how the bacteria change and adapt to their environment. As a result the bacteria produce: enzymes, acids and proteins, which interact with the nutrients in food. This allows for their combined “cultured” and can help to modulate organic functions in living things.

Prizes

2005

First place at the International Entrepreneur Congress.

International patent.

2012

Winners of the Mexican National Prize for Technology and Innovation.

2014

Winners of the Mexican National Prize for Health.

2015

Second-time winners of the Mexican National Prize for Technology and innovation.

Collaboration with incubator at the University of Santa Clara, California, USA.

Ranked as the best project at Oxford University Innovation by the University of Oxford, UK.

Social contributions

  • 2005

    Recognition as benefactor, PAPID - –Project for the integral treatment of people with immune deficiency.

    Best social project of Coparmex Jalisco.

    Recognition by DIF Jalisco.

  • 2012

    Rehabilitation clinic for infants CRIT Guadalajara.

  • 2013-2017

    Teknovigo, on a yearly basis, a yearly innovation camp for science and technology, oriented toward recent bachelor, master and PhD graduates.

  • 2017

    MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, stipend program for bioprocesses.

University contributions

2010 – 2012

Ciatej-UDG-ITESM
Development of functional food to reduce cellular inflammation by hybridisation of Omega-3 / Prebiotic. Incubated at Santa Clara, Silicon Valley.

2011

University of Santa Clara
Global Social Benefit Incubator Program.

2011

University of Oxford
Innovation program.

2009 – 2012

UDG-ITESO-ITESM
Development of functional foods to reduce of general bronchial, respiratory, and gastrointestinal diseases in occupational health.
Post-graduate and doctoral thesis.

2008 – 2010

ITESM-INNSZ-UNAM
Development of symbiotic synergy between biotics and abiotics in order to generate metabolities to modulation of human body functions.
Doctoral thesis.

2006 – 2009

ITESM-UDG
Functional food with symbiotic synergy for the regulation of nitrogen compounds in patients with cirrhosis. International publication, presented in Berlin, Germany.
Doctoral thesis.

2005 – 2007

INNSZ-ITESM-IPN
Development of a functional food in Biogel for sustainability of prebiotics.
Master's thesis in science.

Research partners

Mexico


National Autonomous University of Mexico UNAM
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Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education
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University of Guadalajara UDG
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Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education ITESO
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CIATEJ Jalisco
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Research Center for Alimentation and Development CIAD
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Metropolitan Autonomous University UAM
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National Polytechnic Institute IPN
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Autonomous University of Guadalajara UAG
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United States


Santa Clara University SCU
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT
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United Kingdom


Oxford University
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