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One protein to rule them all – a central target for treating dementia

Researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University predict and confirm a key protein mediator of dementia in frontotemporal lobar...

Building the ovarian environment from stem cells

Researchers successfully reconstitute the ovarian follicle from mouse stem cells. Researchers led by Kyushu University have succeeded in using mouse stem cells to reconstruct structures...

From aging research to human rejuvenation research

In this paper on DNA methylation-based age clocks, researchers review the history of epigenetic clocks, age acceleration and emerging age-reprogramming strategies. DNA methylation (DNAm) is...

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Building the ovarian environment from stem cells

Researchers successfully reconstitute the ovarian follicle from mouse stem cells. Researchers led by Kyushu University have succeeded in using mouse stem cells to reconstruct structures...

From aging research to human rejuvenation research

In this paper on DNA methylation-based age clocks, researchers review the history of epigenetic clocks, age acceleration and emerging age-reprogramming strategies. DNA methylation (DNAm) is...

Age-related decline in sirtuin enzymes affects the heart

Study finds change in mitochondrial dynamics and weakening of cardiac contractions related to age-related decline in two sirtuin enzymes. A USF Health preclinical study suggests...

Underdog Pharmaceuticals overflows with innovation success

SENS spin-out that targets cholesterol and atherosclerosis awarded ‘Innovation Passport’ by UK Regulators. Underdog Pharmaceuticals, a pre-clinical stage pharmaceutical company focusing on the treatment and...

Impetus – getting the longevity party started

Propelling longevity research towards maximum impact, the Longevity Impetus Grants have $26m in funding to award. $26m worth of funding "towards basic research that could...

Location, location… longevity?

Analysis of Medicare data finds location matters, not just past health behaviour, and comparison of seniors who relocate long-distance shows where you live affects...

Microbes turn back the clock – could reverse brain aging

University College Cork researchers discovers the potential of microbes to reverse aging in the brain. Research from APC Microbiome Ireland (APC) SFI Research Centre at University...

Can diabetes drugs reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s?

Study finds people taking the drugs have fewer biomarkers of Alzheimer's and demonstrate a slower cognitive decline. People taking certain drugs to lower blood sugar...

Longevity industry “taking shape”

ARDD 2021 kicks off: sessions to cover longevity topics from AI and senolytics to mitochondria and stem cell rejuvenation. Following yesterday’s workshops, ARDD 2021 really...

A new pathway to improve longevity?

New study reveals that “age-related changes in targeted degradation of structural and regulatory proteins across tissues determine longevity”. Aging comes with damage to our organism....

Edging closer to multi organ-on-a-chip

Top bioengineer sheds light on recent organ-on-a-chip developments, highlights challenges and predicts a multi-organ future for the technology. Earlier this year, we brought you the...

A longevity supplement with a cardioprotective effect

AKG, the antiaging agent already on the market, could also protect our hearts from failing, a new study on mice shows. Alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG) plays many...

Sensory cell regeneration has implications for hearing loss

Understanding and leveraging the latent regenerative potential of the inner ear could restore hearing loss. The USC Stem Cell Laboratory of Neil Segil has discovered...

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A longevity supplement with a cardioprotective effect

AKG, the antiaging agent already on the market, could also protect our hearts from failing, a new study on mice shows. Alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG) plays many...

Rise of the retrons – a new gene editing technique

Move over CRISPR... a new gene editing technique enables millions of genetic experiments to be performed simultaneously. Like the best B Movie ever, The Day...

Molecule key to functional brain rejuvenation identified

Discovery could have important implications for the health of aging brains and development of therapies for neurodegenerative diseases. Recent studies suggest that new brain cells...

Young blood to old – where do the answers to aging lie?

Irina Conboy talks parabiosis, plasma dilution, and why young blood may not hold the all answers. When it comes to scientific research in the world...

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Peptide therapeutics company targets age-related disease

Gray Matter working with Insilico Medicine to identify peptide targets and accelerate development timeline for age-related disease therapies. Earlier this month, we brought you the...

Buck researchers provide a framework to study precision nutrigeroscience

One size doesn't fit all – a new research sub-specialty deals with the fact that health benefits from many forms of dietary restriction vary...

Accelerating antiaging research by hacking longevity

Bringing together aging researchers, developers and entrepreneurs, the Longevity Hackathon aims to build new tools, raise awareness and attract talent to the field. Kicking off...

X marks the spot for meaningful information on aging and cognition

Understanding chromosomal differences between men and women could be the X Factor when it comes to tackling cognitive decline. A new paper published in Jama...

SENS spin-out Underdog closes $10m financing round

Underdog Pharmaceuticals, a key investment of rejuvenation biotech VC Kizoo, has closed a $10 million round of capital. Michael Greve’s Kizoo Technology Capital Group led the...
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