Hello, I think the basic conversion in terms of mg/kg is 12 (http://ift.tt/18bznjL: 37/3) so unless mice and human ’tissues’ react differently to dasatinib quercetin (I don’t know if that’s the case), I think for a 70 kg human that would be 50*70/12 = 3500/12
= slightly less than 300 mg a day of quercetin and 30 mg a day of dasatinib.
De : Paul Wakfer À : Gerontology Research Group Envoyé le : Mercredi 11 mars 2015 4h49Objet : Re: [GRG] Dasatinib + Quercetin eliminate senescent cells
You are forgetting about the lab animal to human conversion factor
relative to metabolic rate differences. For mice this computes to
about 7.3, so the human equivalent dose would only be 3500/7.3 = 480
mg for a 70 kg human. This is an easily available dose and about
what I and Kitty have been getting proportionate to our weights (62
and 50 kg respectively) for well over a decade now.
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On 15-03-10 04:12 PM, Victor Bjork