Louis Pasteur Center for Medical Research and Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine found plant lactobacillus, Lactobacillus s-1, activated TRAIL in 2010. This is our product, TRAIL S-1. Louis Pasteur Center for Medical Research is a research center established by Dr. Tsunatato Kishida, a pioneering expert in the field of human leucocyte inferno. It introduced plant-based lactic acid bacteria, for example, Lactobacillus Brevis, into the world. Also, it measures activity levels of cytokines, tests separated lactic acid bacteria and performs lactic acid bacteria screenings. TRAIL is a type of cytokines produced by lymphocytes or immune cells. It recognizes cancer cells as its targets, connects to TRAIL receptors in cancer cells and causes cancer cells' apoptosis or self-deaths. That's why many researchers have been trying to develop an anti-cancer agent focusing on the TRAIL receptors. We have been working hard with our research on TRAILto make it useful for our health and beauty.