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  The safety and functionality of food and environmental materials, such as water, air, and soil, that are closely related to our daily lives is of growing concern. However, until now, it has been considered difficult to qualitatively and/or quantitatively evaluate these complex materials using simple biological methods. At the TAS Project (also known as "TA&S"), we will present the predictive (in vitro test) evaluation of:
  1. the risks of gene (the "blueprint of life") damage and
  2. the potential ability to prevent such gene damage.
  We can also measure the metabolite content of the damaged genes in urine, plasma, and tissue samples in animals and humans (in vivo test). These data indicate that the whole-body estimation that depends on the positive and negative compound factors.

Atsushi Takaki, Representative Director
Sachiyo Saito, Representative Director and President

  Business Summary


  • Evaluation of the biological toxicity and antioxidant effect in in vitro samples using a guanosine oxidation test (GO test)
  • Measurement of the 8-oxo-dG/dG ratio in in vivo samples using a liquid chromatography apparatus, which was customized for the 8-oxo-dG/dG simultaneous assay system (TAS system)
  • Sale of the concerned reagents (8-oxo-dG and dG)
  Corporate Overview


Company Name TAS Project Co. Ltd.
Head Office #601, 5-11-20, Muromi, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka, 814-0015, JAPAN
Laboratory #1604, 3-3-4, Kashiihama, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, 813-0016, JAPAN
Operational Started November 25, 2004
Capital 50 million yen
Representative Sachiyo Saito, Representative Director and President
Atsushi Takaki, Representative Director
Website http://www.tasproject.com/
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  Corporate History


Nov.2004 TAS Project Co. Ltd. is established with 34 million yen capital stock in Chuo-ku, Fukuoka.
Feb.2006 Capital stock is increased to 46 million yen.
May.2006 The head office moved to Sawara-ku, Fukuoka.
Jul.2013 Capital stock is increased to 50 million yen.
Apr.2017 The Laboratory moved to Higashi-ku, Fukuoka.



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