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Part 1 of 2 – DNA Methylation Associated With Disease and Aging

DNA methylation is very important in aging solutions. DNA methylation is becoming recognized as a being associated with specific diseases, and also resulting in age related decline. Its measurement is used as an important aging biomarker. DNA methylation step-by-step — … Continue reading

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Gene Editing Trials Poised to Expand, but Hurdles Remain

Medscape Medical News Ricki Lewis, PhD November 30, 2015 Article Highlights: So far, few formal gene editing clinical trials are in progress but improvements in the technology are expected to accelerate Gene editing uses DNA-cutting enzymes, called nucleases, to remove, … Continue reading

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There must be something substantially different in young blood compared to old

Andrew Johnson and team at National Institute of Health/National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute believe there must be something substantially different in young blood compared to old.   They conducted an extensive study using thousands of patient blood samples that was then … Continue reading

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AGINGSCIENCES™ – Anti-Aging Firewalls™ has posted a new item, ‘G-qaudruplexes’

Just a few highlights, best to read it all – G-quadruplexes are secondary semi-stable folded structures found in our DNA and RNA which tend to assemble around guanine-rich sequences in the presence of cation molecules like potassium. – The article … Continue reading

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Aging 2.0 group

Dear GRG Member, Aging 2.0 about page http://www.aging2.com/about/ says Aging2.0® is a global innovation platform for aging and senior care. It is on a mission to accelerate innovation to improve the lives of older adults around the world. (continues) Looks … Continue reading

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Quantification of biological aging in young adults

Quantification of biological aging in young adults http://www.pnas.org/content/112/30/E4104.full Biomarkers measuring results http://www.pnas.org/content/suppl/2015/07/01/1506264112.DCSupplemental/pnas.1506264112.sapp.pdf Numerous blood measures: starts at “Pace of Aging” Glycated hemoglobin, forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) and others Physical Limitations Cognitive Testing Retinal Imaging Self Rated Health … Continue reading

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NIA advisory: Can We Prevent Aging?

NIA advisory: Can We Prevent Aging? Excerpt from National Institute of Aging article — link is below: The National Institute on Aging (NIA) investigates ways to support healthy aging and prevent or delay the onset of age-related disease and decline. … Continue reading

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