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Category: LifeXtenShow

November 16, 2020
>LifeXtenShow, Lifespan.io's channel for all things life extension, now has its own channel! Featuring talks, quizzes, and in-depth explainers, this Youtube series gives you all the intricate details of aging research in a way that's easy to understand. Browse previous episodes to see what this channel is all about, and stay tuned to learn more!
November 03, 2020
On Lifespan News this week, Brent Nally brings up The Lancet's new longevity journal, a method of fighting cancer with CRISPR, telomere lengthening in T cells, neural progenitor cells from iPSCs, and a genetic footprint of aging. Further Reading The Lancet launches longevity journal Fighting cancer with CRISPR A New Mechanism of Telomere Lengthening in...
October 27, 2020
On Lifespan News this week, Brent Nally discusses skin regeneration, senolytics in human trials, T cell progenitors that boost the effectiveness of stem cell therapies, antibodies for glucosepane, and big pharma attempting to discover more senolytic drugs. Further Reading Regenerating Skin With a Single Protein A New Senolytic Enters Human Trials T Cell Progenitors Boost...
October 20, 2020
For this week's episode of Lifespan News, Brent Nally presents an update on the state of today's elderly, a new atlas of dental cells, a grant for research on behavioral aging, medins and cerebrovascular dysfunction, and autophagy and senescent cells. Further Reading Today’s Elderly Are Healthier Than a Generation Ago A New Atlas of Dental...
October 13, 2020
This week's episode of Lifespan News features new perks for our Lifespan Heroes, nanoparticles with self-replicating RNA to stop cancer, the DRACO-related, broad-spectrum antiviral VTose, blood sugar control for diabetics, and the senotherapeutic effects of the flavonoid naringenin. Further Reading New Perks for Lifespan Heroes Nanoparticles with Self-Replicating RNA Stop Cancer in Mice Rick Kiessig...
October 06, 2020
On this week's episode of Lifespan News, Brent Nally brings up Young.ai, an app for tracking your age; a link between a colder microbiome and osteoporosis; mitochondrial dysfunction in female fertility; a microporous membrane that aids in skin regeneration; and microtubule stabilization, which has been shown to alleviate Alzheimer's in mice.  Further Reading Young.ai...