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So AMPK/Sirt1 likely promote each other's activation (which is why teasing out MOA, determining true cause and effect can be hard)— Joshua Samsoondar (@jsamsoondar) July 4, 2018
Further complicating things is timing, duration, dosing, etc. ie in this paper chronic metformin increases murine Sirt1 https://t.co/30vioi25ZF 8/ pic.twitter.com/rufhVQMSXp
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No law of biology says we must age at a certain rate. New research suggests that aging may be a disease like cancer—and can be treated. https://t.co/KHdZWtDz4s— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 26, 2019
Sunday, October 20, 2019
I urge our govt to develop new growth indicators that will give equal importance to non-economic aspects of well-being http://t.co/vI9ch4fE— Loren Legarda (@loren_legarda) January 12, 2012
Scientists use urine to make stem cells: Dec. 28 - Chinese scientists from the Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedici... http://t.co/JG91U6SD— Stem Cell News (@mystemcellnews) December 29, 2012
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Aging may be due to epigenetic noise and drift. Ding et al. @JohnsHopkins have identified a nanostacking structure that enables ultralow noise and drift in computer memory, exactly what we'd need in biology to slow aging. #lifespanbook #aging #AI https://t.co/9cQfjQUbp3 pic.twitter.com/GbFDpkDRgT— David Sinclair, PhD AO (@davidasinclair) October 10, 2019
Monday, September 9, 2019
One last thing I was thinking about in response to a SENS video is using the anti-aging industry in biomedical gerontology's favor. To actually get out there and promote genuine anti-aging therapies rather than creams and other cosmetics. #antiaging— Zena O'Brien (@ZenaMOBrien) December 18, 2018
Regardless whether you put #aging out of your mind or not you're going to continue to age until it becomes a problem. Instead of putting it out of your mind until the problem's at your doorstep why not try to reverse it? Indeed biogerontology & biomedical gerontology are on it.— Zena O'Brien (@ZenaMOBrien) January 10, 2019
187 years old! Older than the light bulb, yet alone cars, computers, rockets... I'd like to see an effort to keep him in medically good health from my friends in biomedical gerontology... I mean, imagine the effect that laser bone re-growth, gland... https://t.co/tNySJbaBAB— Roy Carl Stanley (@roycarlstanley) March 29, 2019
Friday, September 6, 2019
In a small trial, drugs seemed to rejuvenate the body’s ‘epigenetic clock’, which tracks a person’s biological age.
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O men! Here is a parable set forth! listen to it! Those on whom, besides Allah, ye call, cannot create (even) a fly, if they all met together for the purpose! and if the fly should snatch away anything from them, they would have no power to release it from the fly. Feeble are those who petition and those whom they petition! (سورة الحج, Al-Hajj, Chapter #22, Verse #73)
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“The devil is in the data!” And this recent @statnews article reveals how NCATS’ #BiomedicalData Translator program is helping researchers find connections between multiple datasets that had not previously been associated with each other. https://t.co/b52DBdSdbr via @statnews— NCATS (@ncats_nih_gov) August 1, 2019
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
- Metformin in obesity, cancer and aging: addressing controversies
If Goat's rue doesn't do the trick for PCOS, the medication metformin is very good for this #bfcafe see http://bit.ly/arpnsA— Camilla Aviss (@multiplereason) July 16, 2010
Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Antagonize Macrophage Inflammation via Activation of AMPK/SIRT1 Pathway. http://t.co/qSpjlCOm— Remembrane Srl (@alexchat) October 26, 2012
Adiponectin & AdipoR1 regulate PGC-1a & mitochondria by Ca2+ & AMPK/SIRT1 www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature08991.html— Larry Parnell (@larry_parnell) April 1, 2010
Psudosromatic ( square planner) structure of metformin/ Cu rigid complex known to regulate AMPK. 🌺🌺🌺 pic.twitter.com/R9lPPHaQZd— aorora Borealis (@Fermion3) March 18, 2013
Metformin (anti-diabetic drug) activation of AMPK leads to cessation of pancreatic cells. Now to human trials~? http://t.co/PAXxeYK7— PDara MD, FACP (@JediPD) June 20, 2012
Metformin Treatment Enhances Mitochondrial Respiration in Skeletal Muscle of AMPK Kinase Dead Mice FREE PDF http://t.co/6PkETCP5— Cell Mol Ex Physiol (@CelMolExPhysiol) January 28, 2013
Ampkinone: A small molecule activator of AMPK. AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) plays a role in en... http://t.co/myH4f300— Cayman Chemical (@CaymanChemical) January 31, 2013
Ampk elevation in cancer. http://t.co/vGL7TpJl— Cancer Hallmarks (@CancerHallmarks) February 1, 2013
More evidence on the mitochondria/disease link: http://t.co/OVcdSm1gdS (Metformin increases number of mitochondria)— Dave Dixon (@sparkofreason) July 1, 2013
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The tiny freshwater crustacean Daphnia pulex (water flea) has approximately 31,000 genes & thus carries the most genetic information of any known animal. By comparison, humans have only about 23,000 genes. Hermit crabs have 254 chromosomes, compared to 23 in humans.— Doctor of Healthfulness, not of Disease (@AyurvedaKampo) April 29, 2018
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Go Daphnia! Does genome size matter? this water flea has 8000 more genes than human http://bit.ly/hYpD2H #genome— Juliana A (@Symbiologica) February 4, 2011
In 1900 the average lifespan in the US was 47.— Quirky Facts (@QuirkFacts) February 22, 2015
Regardless whether you put #aging out of your mind or not you're going to continue to age until it becomes a problem. Instead of putting it out of your mind until the problem's at your doorstep why not try to reverse it? Indeed biogerontology & biomedical gerontology are on it.— Zena O'Brien #GeneralStrike (@ZenaMOBrien) January 10, 2019
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