Brain Health.

Precision-medicine diagnostics, tracking and analytics for better patient outcomes.

Mujn offers state-of-the-art technology & science-based knowledge to empower Integrative Health providers & patients alike.

A suite of tools for better alternative treatments.




Mujn's initial aim is to enhance brain health through biomarker tests that correlate with treatment, diet and symptoms. Our personalized tracking provides dynamic measurement of brain health status and trending data, giving patients high visibility into relevant information.

Our values.

Planning based on proven scientific validation.
Innovation with patient empowerment in mind.
Protection and respect for patient data and privacy.

Our Values.

Planning based on proven scientific validation.

Innovation with patient empowerment in mind.

Protection and respect for patient data and privacy.

The Mujn Difference.

Exceptional experiences.
We are passionate about Integrative Medicine and committed to providing patients and Integrative Medicine professionals with the most complete and accurate information for the best possible outcomes.

Dedicated to innovation.
At Mujn Diagnostics, we are constantly searching the scientific literature for validated technology to improve our systems. We take pride in the robustness of our systems, regularly testing for accuracy, privacy, and security to ensure top performance.

What are

(BY-oh-MAR-ker) A biological molecule found in blood, other body fluids, or tissues that is a sign of a normal or abnormal process, or of a condition or disease. A biomarker may be used to see how well the body responds to a treatment for a disease or condition. BDNF is one of MUJN’s key biomarkers and part of our Neuro-4 brain health panel.

Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF):
Neurotrophins are chemicals that help regulate neuron formation (neurogenesis). Scientists believe BDNF is amongst the most active neurotrophins, also referred to as “Miracle-Grow for the brain” by Harvard neuropsychiatrist John J. Ratey (MD). BDNF plays an important role in neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to promote the survival of nerve cells (neurons) and connections between nerve cells (synapses). The synapses can change and adapt over time in response to experience and environment, called synaptic plasticity. The BDNF gene regulates synaptic plasticity, which is important for learning and memory.

Blood BDNF decreases with advanced age. These levels are significantly low in people with major depression compared to healthy people. BDNF levels can also be affected by other factors: stress, sleep, exercise, and nutrition.

What's Integrative Medicine?

Integrative medicine is health care that uses all appropriate therapeutic approaches—conventional and non-mainstream—within a framework that focuses on health, the therapeutic relationship, and the whole person.

The Mujn Decision Panel Support.

MUJN  DSS : Is a clinical grade platform that provides clinicians with access to personalized patient brain health data. This data includes:

_Patient profile
_Patient drug and supplement regimen.
_Patient symptomatic data.