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LifeXtenShow – Cellular Libraries

Our cellular books gradually become dog-eared and vandalized as we age.

LifeXtenShow depicts chromatin as booksLifeXtenShow depicts chromatin as books

On this episode of LifeXtenShow, Sedeer explains histones in the context of epigenetic alterations, one of the hallmarks of aging, using a library of books as an analogy. As we age, our histones change how accessible our DNA is, altering how our cells read our genome and make proteins. Some of these proteins are also associated with aging, and restoring their levels may be able to extend lifespan.

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