Research from the Babraham Institute has developed a method to time-jump human skin cells by thirty years that is turning back the aging clock for cells without losing their specialized function.
The researchers have been able to partly restore the function of older cells and rejuvenate the molecular measure of biological age. Overall, this research demonstrates that it is possible to separate rejuvenation from complete pluripotency reprogramming, which should facilitate the discovery of novel anti-ageing genes and therapies. This study was published in the journal eLife.
*** All content on NationalStemCellTherapy.com is for informational purposes only. All medical questions and concerns should always be consulted with your licensed healthcare provider.