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February 19, 2020
Researchers from Berkeley have established that SIRT2 prevents overactivation of the NLRP3 inflammasome through deacetylation. Targeting this pathway can possibly reduce or even reverse age-related chronic inflammation and insulin resistance. What are sirtuins? Sirtuins are a family of proteins that have long been a target of longevity research [1]. Sirtuins probably descend from some of...
February 19, 2020
Members of the longevity community often believe that the main reason why there is no significant public support for aging research is a "pro-aging trance". In reality, it has more to do with a lack of public education and media coverage of aging research. We enjoy communicating with people, and we do it quite a...
February 18, 2020
Lifespan.io is hosting its third annual conference on aging and rejuvenation biotechnology. The Life Extension Advocacy Foundation/Lifespan.io, a nonprofit company promoting aging research, is hosting its third annual Ending Age-Related Diseases: Investment Prospects and Advances in Research conference on August 20-21 at the Stern Auditorium of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New...
February 18, 2020
Our plan this year is to significantly expand and develop our news outlet so that we can bring you even more of the latest industry news and widen the range of topics that we write and produce shows about. We are delighted to announce that the biologist and writer Sedeer el-Showk will be joining the...
February 17, 2020
Mitochondria provide our cells with the energy they need to function, and they become increasingly dysfunctional as we age. A new study suggests that mitochondrial rejuvenation in the context of restoring healthy blood flow and neurovascular health might be possible with the popular supplement NMN. Rejuvenation of aged mitochondria The mitochondria are the power stations...
February 14, 2020
A new study published in mSystems, a journal from the American Society for Microbiology, shows that the skin and mouth microbiomes are better predictors of age than the gut microbiome. A very broad study The authors used a very large population that is highly impressive among studies of this kind. Previously, a team containing some...