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Gene editing can correct mutations causing Duchenne muscular dystrophy in human cells and mice
By copying genetic pathways found in fish and chickens, researchers have been able to regenerative auditory hair cells in mice
Treatment with the molecule Thymosin α1 may decrease inflammation and correct genetic defects causing cystic fibrosis
Converting astrocytes to dopamine neurons shows promise in a mouse model of Parkinson's
Rapamycin may be able to block the harmful, inflammatory signalling of senescent cells through two distinct mechanisms
Consuming microbes from the gut of younger fish improves health and extends life in killifish
UCL researchers have created an artificial thymus organoid capable of producing specialised T-cells
Both long and short telomeres are associated with increased telomere length, but how meaningful is this link?
Researchers at UCLA have developed an effective treatment for adenosine deaminase-deficient severe combined immunodeficiency
A drug which targets insulin signalling appears to restore insulin sensitivity in mice
Longer telomeres protect against valve calcification in mice
A specific cell-penetrating peptide (CPP) can effectively and selectively remove senescent cells - leading to a range of health benefits in mice
Changes in blood flow and coagulation may contribute to Alzheimer's pathology
A intense treatment regime involving oral medications, insulin, and lifestyle changes proved able to induce a 3 month remission in 40% of type 2 diabetics
Avi Roy, BGRF and Big Data Med.
Robert Powles, BGRF
Liz Parrish, BioViva