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Mutated mtDNA acts as a molecular target for therapeutic treatments of age related diseases
University of Cologne - 16-Dec-2022
Targeting and eliminating mutated mtDNA by subjecting it to autophagy with rapamycin been successfulRead more...
Not just vision - diet and eye health is linked to aging in fruitflies
Buck Institute - 07-Jun-2022
Staring at gadget screens at night affects circadian clock and in turn lifespanRead more...
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 mechanismsRead more...
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 dementiaRead more...
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 lifeRead more...
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 paceRead more...
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 approachRead more...
A powerful platform to facilitate rehabilitation and musculoskeletal diseases
Medgadget - 24-Nov-2021
Thin, wireless, battery-free and multimodal musculoskeletal biointerfacesRead more...
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 painRead more...
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 ageingRead more...
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 riskRead more...
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?Read more...
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 hydroxymethylationRead more...
SIRT6 restores energy in older mice, increasing lifespan by 30%
ISRAEL21c - 01-Jun-2021
Overexpression of this protein delays frailty and overcomes age-related diseasesRead more...
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 therapiesRead more...
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 effectiveRead more...
New gene therapy technique, CopyCatcher, more accurate in fruit flies
SciTechDaily - 11-May-2021
Targets precise location of mutated gene rather than tagging on anywhereRead more...
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%Read more...
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!Read more...
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 diseasesRead more...
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