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Author Topic: Mitochondria in aging research anyone know any results help metabolic  (Read 1661 times)

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 Mitochondria are a hot topic in aging research these days.
Date:   Sun, 15 Apr 2007 11:37:39 -0700

This is the first enzymatic step that regulates the degradation of proteins that control cell death.
I argue that it is instead because those arguments are genuinely weak.
aspIt is interesting to step back and assess just where biotech is taking us, how fast science is moving, and where we may be a decade from now.
It could be another ingenious trick that the body uses to ward off cancerous cells. Glenn Reynolds adds his voice to those discussing Aubrey de Grey's latest paper on the state of biogerontology and a cure for degenerative aging.
htmlRandall Parker comments on Aubrey de Grey's latest paper over at FuturePundit.
But we no longer live in that era when rejuvenation was absolutely out of the question.
" It makes for an interesting read, even while being boosterism for the current crop of for-profit ventures focusing on this area of science.
"What does this mean?
It means that mitochondrial science is now strongly positioned to grow, accelerate and produce meaningful therapies, just as stem cell science was a decade ago.
However, there was a significant increase in apoptosis. phpCarbon nanotubes have a way of showing up in every field of science and engineering - regenerative medicine is no exception, as we learn from this EurekAlert report.
We expect that we are going to be able to do something about disease. Biologists believe most degenerative diseases are too complex to treat effectively just by giving patients drugs or even gene therapy. I cannot overemphasize how important this struggle is. Many scientists are already attempting to develop treatments that effectively reverse some processes of aging.
This study demonstrates that it will be possible to use cloning to derive replacement cells that are immunologically matched to the patient. Understanding how the plasminogen system works in skeletal muscle may give some clues to improving repair of different tissues, especially heart, which is similar in many ways to skeletal muscle.
The research team believes that dating cells using carbon-14 will shed light on the role of cell death in cognitive disorders. It means that an individual who lives to age 70, now, with the benefits that we achieved in the mice if these could be carried forth to humans, they might live instead to 84 years old. What is taking so long for aging and longevity research?
Liberated from chronic disease, liberated from an earlier death, liberated from an absence of basic medical technology and knowledge. , Ray Kurzweil is a fascinating character: inventor, entrepreneur, futurist and life extension advocate, just for starters.
They can theoretically divide without limit to replenish other cells.
It means that an individual who lives to age 70, now, with the benefits that we achieved in the mice if these could be carried forth to humans, they might live instead to 84 years old.


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