Why young blood helps reverse aging
- Posted on: Mar 9 2018
A new study in the journal Cell Report sheds light on the the biomechanics behind the age reversing properties of young blood. When old mice are infused with the blood of child mice, the old mice brains gain renewed plasticity. This manifests in the form of better spacial memory, growing new neurons and producing more stem cells. These discoveries intrigued Dr. Saul Villeda of the medical school University of California at San Francisco, that he began to compare child mice blood to adult mice blood at the molecular level. Hear what Dr. Villeda found in the Canada Broadcast Company radio story below:
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