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Is Human Life Extension Possible? - Longevity Advice


You might live to be 150 years old.

In fact, if some scientists are to be believed, you might live to be a good deal older even than that.

Sounds crazy right? Like some wild fantasy birthed in the fevered brain of a modern-day Ponce de León?

Perhaps.


The team found genetic variances that are common in the older group who lived past 105 years old. The most common is the STK17A gene, which is responsible for the efficient repair of DNA. High activity of this gene means that it helps combat the growth of diseases like cancer.

Moreover, they also found the presence of BLVRA in the same group. This gene is responsible for the health of a cell.

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PEARL: PARTICIPATORY EVALUATION OF AGING WITH RAPAMYCIN FOR LONGEVITY


The medicine Rapamycin has been shown to extend the healthspan of all organisms it has been tested on – mice, worms, yeast – for decades, and yet to date there has been no trial to sufficiently demonstrate safety and proper dosing for this purpose in humans. It is now time for this to change.


Participatory Evaluation of Aging w/ Rapamycin for Longevity (lifespan.io)



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Scientists to Improve "Longevity Gene" Efficiency in Battling the Aging Process


The team, spearheaded by biology professors Vera Girbunova and Andrei Seluanov, joined by Dirk Bohmann. a professor of biomedical genetics and a number of students and postdoctoral researchers have recently published their new paper that discusses the gene sirtuin 6 (SIRT6). A nickname given to SIRT6 is the "Longevity gene" because of the gene's role in organizing proteins and recruiting enzymes in repairing broken DNA.

In the paper, the team describes SIRT6 as the gene responsible for more efficient DNA repair especially for species with a longer lifespan. The scientists explained that the paper has a goal to improve anti-aging interventions and help prevent diseases that are age-related.

Scientists to Improve "Longevity Gene" Efficiency in Battling the Aging Process | Science Times

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Longevity Study Shows People Over 105 Years Old Have More Efficient DNA Repair



The team found genetic variances that are common in the older group who lived past 105 years old. The most common is the STK17A gene, which is responsible for the efficient repair of DNA. High activity of this gene means that it helps combat the growth of diseases like cancer.

Moreover, they also found the presence of BLVRA in the same group. This gene is responsible for the health of a cell.

Longevity Study Shows People Over 105 Years Old Have More Efficient DNA Repair | Science Times

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Longevity Herbs & Kundalini Herbs (xs4all.nl)

DNA Methylation to determine biological age | The Knowledge Society (tks.world)

Biological age may slow down by more than three years in just eight weeks through DNA methylation, new research shows. DNA methylation is a biological process by which methyl groups are added to the DNA molecule.


Ageing Slows Down by 3 Years in Just 8 Weeks Through Diet, Lifestyle Changes, DNA Methylation Study Shows | Science Times


Biological Age Tests - Keep Health | Keeping Healthy People Healthy

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NAD+: A Complete Guide To This Longevity-Boosting Coenzyme


Longevity - Elixir of St. Germain (innergarden.org) Ancient Egyptian Longevity herbs


Building Support for the War Against Aging | Lifespan.io


Future Dynasty of Super-Rich Super -Centenarians Good Article In Polish Language