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Nature Communications

Journal covering all topics in physics, chemistry, and biology.

Nature Communications is an open access, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing high-quality research in all areas of the biological, health, physical, chemical and Earth sciences. Papers published by the journal aim to represent important advances of significance to specialists within each field.

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Nature Communications News

Faster walking associated with longer telomeres, could improve health and lifespan

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 11-May-2022

We know exercise keeps people healthier and this may be just one of the underlying mechanisms

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A little bit of stress is proven to be good in refolding the misfolded proteins

EurekAlert! - 06-May-2022

Activating similar mechanism without stressing the cells could treat dementia

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Turn Bio raised funds to usher epigenetic reprogramming from bench to bedside

Biospace - 11-Apr-2022

mRNA technology-reset aging to extend health span and improve quality of life

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Brain implant allows fully paralysed patient to spell words and phrases

The Guardian - 22-Mar-2022

Communication is slow at one letter per minute but further developments may improve the pace

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Bacteria-eating viruses fight drug resistant superbugs in a non-healing wound

Live Science - 19-Jan-2022

When antibiotics fail, bacteriophages can heal -- clinical trials need to confirm this treatment approach

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A powerful platform to facilitate rehabilitation and musculoskeletal diseases

Medgadget - 24-Nov-2021

Thin, wireless, battery-free and multimodal musculoskeletal biointerfaces

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Senolytic cocktail reduces age-related spinal disc degeneration in mice

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 21-Sep-2021

Dasatinib and quercetin combo preserves spinal discs to target age-related back pain

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Role of muscle strengthening protein in reducing life span

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - 04-Aug-2021

Activation of CaMKII improved muscle fitness but increased the risk of ageing

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Study on the accuracy of in-silico trials as compared to traditional trials

Medgadget - 24-Jun-2021

Virtual clinical trial can reduce the cost and time required while reducing risk

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Science predicts that theoretically we can live up to 150 years

The Conversation (UK) - 08-Jun-2021

Is it time to find ways to make it our average life expectancy?

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Catalysis of TET1 - necessary for myelin repair in young adults

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) - 08-Jun-2021

Regulation of adult remyelination in mice by TET1-mediated DNA hydroxymethylation

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SIRT6 restores energy in older mice, increasing lifespan by 30%

ISRAEL21c - 01-Jun-2021

Overexpression of this protein delays frailty and overcomes age-related diseases

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Blood cells and footsteps count predict the maximum human lifespan

Scientific American - 25-May-2021

A natural limit of 120-150 is a good start before even starting rejuvenation therapies

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NR supplementation restored youthfulness to blood in older mice

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 18-May-2021

Lowers age-related defects of blood stem cells & make stem cell transplants more effective

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New gene therapy technique, CopyCatcher, more accurate in fruit flies

SciTechDaily - 11-May-2021

Targets precise location of mutated gene rather than tagging on anywhere

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Short sleep in midlife may be an early warning sign of dementia

Guardian - 20-Apr-2021

Sleeping for less than 6 hours in middle age could cause or increase the risk of dementia by 30%

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Reprogramming turns aged human cells young again

New York Times - 24-Mar-2021

Stanford University research published in New York Times - age-reversal is no longer fringe science!

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Painless eye examinations made possible with a soft contact lens

Medgadget - 18-Mar-2021

Stretchable, printed soft lens for early and accurate detection of eye diseases

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A green tea compound helps fight cancer via p53 interaction

Medical Xpress - 12-Feb-2021

Antioxidant compound in green tea improves p53 levels and insights offer new approach to cancer therapies

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Smartphone connected brain implant changes your mood in an instant!

Metro - 01-Feb-2021

Tiny brain implants controlled by mobile app provide insights to brain research

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