Will we soon slow the effects of time? French researchers have managed to restore their youth to cells from donors older than 100 years, the reprogramming stage of stem cells. Far from being benign, their discovery demonstrates that the aging process is reversible.
This work on the ability to erase the signs of aging cells, published in the journal Genes & Development November 1, marking another step towards regenerative medicine to correct a disease, says Jean-Marc Lemaitre of the Institute Functional Genomics of the University of Montpellier and head of research. Another important market: better understanding of aging and to correct its pathological aspects, according to researcher at Inserm.
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