Our mitochondria, which originated from ancient bacteria, act like batteries, giving our cells the energy they need to live. In this informative episode of X10, Veera explains what happens to these organelles with aging and what we can do about it.
Researchers have proposed a new epigenetic clock designed to measure subtle epigenetic changes in vitro . They hope that their discovery will help to expedite the creation of new anti-aging drugs. Measuring biological age Aging research […]
May has brought us a lot of interesting advances in the world of rejuvenation, and we at Lifespan.io have moved forward with projects of our own, including our upcoming Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020 conference, an accelerated Journal Club […]
Could a vaccine approach to removing harmful senescent cells that accumulate with age be an alternative to senolytic drugs, which destroy them? Some researchers certainly believe it might and have published a new mouse study showing […]
The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) is a collection of curated databases and tools designed to help researchers study the genetics of human aging through modern approaches such as functional genomics, network analyses, systems biology and evolutionary […]
Researchers from the Laboratory for Cell Function Dynamics in Japan have developed a new method for detecting mitophagy, the process of recycling damaged mitochondria. The Necessity of Mitophagy Our mitochondria are […]