#Endothelial SIRT1 regulates pro- #angiogenic signals secreted from #myocytes and improves #muscle #health . Treatment of mice with NAD...
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Friday, September 21, 2018
Stem cells that make human bones have been found for the first time. https://t.co/e9WW0e1iWE— Science News (@ScienceNews) September 20, 2018
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
A #BiomedicalGerontology Milestone: http://BiomedicalGerontology.com
@UniofExeter @DrELatorre @miRNAgirl @Team_RNA
"Key aspects of human cell ageing reversed by new compounds"
funded by Dunhill Medical Trust and the Medical Research Council.
The paper, published in the journal Aging, is entitled: “Mitochondria-targeted hydrogen sulfide attenuates endothelial senescence by selective induction of splicing factors HNRNPD and SRSF2.”
Check out this press release about Trust-funded research led by @miRNAgirl @ExeterMed which showed that key aspects of an ageing cell can be reversed by new compounds developed @UniofExeter— DunhillMedicalTrust (@DunhillMedical) August 8, 2018
Monday, August 13, 2018
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
I'm excited to share that my next investment in Alzheimer’s research is in a new fund from @TheADDF called Diagnostics Accelerator. I’m joining Leonard Lauder and other philanthropists in committing over $30M to develop a new way to diagnose Alzheimer’s. https://t.co/hPnOu0PEBX— Bill Gates (@BillGates) July 17, 2018
Alzheimer’s research is one of the most exciting frontiers of science. I’m optimistic we can alter the course of the disease if we make progress in five key areas, including the development of a better diagnostic: https://t.co/nChla7AA2T pic.twitter.com/SWyK5r4Vb2— Bill Gates (@BillGates) July 19, 2018
Friday, March 23, 2018
#Endothelial SIRT1 regulates pro-#angiogenic signals secreted from #myocytes and improves #muscle #health. Treatment of mice with NAD precursor nicotinamide mononucleotide improves #vascular function and increases endurance in #aging mice. Read it in Cell! https://t.co/KuUwWDCHmG pic.twitter.com/uxyynepuPf— Cell at CellPress (@CellCellPress) March 28, 2018
Investigators at Harvard Medical School have identified the key cellular mechanisms behind vascular aging and its effects on muscle health, and they have successfully reversed the process in animals.
One for the home crowd. Nice picture, Abhi (first author). 5 years of work. Congrats! https://t.co/wdqY0gEfom— David Sinclair (@davidasinclair) March 22, 2018
Dietary supplement reversed vascular aging in mice, study says. https://t.co/dJPhCk2F2w— Aging Research News (@AGE) March 23, 2018