Tag: DNA repair

NeoMedigen RezGen5

| July 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
NeoMedigen RezGen5

RezGen5 is a small molecule that could modify sirtuin activity (sirt1 sirt2 sirt6 etc. and repair DNA. ¬†RezGen5 is a natural compound which could activate SIRT1 & may help in the treatment or prevention of Obesity and potentially the decline in heart function & neuronal loss. RezGen5 is defined herein as a small molecule that […]

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The Science behind Cellular Therapy and the ageing process

| June 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Science behind Cellular Therapy and the ageing process

Cellular therapy, also commonly known as cell therapy or cellular treatment is a rejuvenation process whereby the rate at which new cells are produced to replace cells that die out is emphasized. In order to fully understand how cell therapy helps to slow down the aging process, we¬†should first take a look at how aging […]

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Researchers define nine molecular hallmarks of aging, debunk myths related to antioxidants

| June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Researchers define nine molecular hallmarks of aging, debunk myths related to antioxidants

  For some species, living twice as long in good health depends on no more than a few genes. When this fact was revealed by studies on worms three decades ago, it ushered in a golden age of ageing studies that has delivered numerous results, but also sown some confusion. The prestigious journal Cell is […]

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