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Saturday, April 01, 2017

reversing aging

Scientists reverse aging in mice by repairing damaged DNA
March 26, 2017

Disarming a rogue agent: When the NAD molecule (red), binds to the DBC1 protein (beige), it prevents DBC1 from attaching to and incapacitating a protein critical for DNA repair. (credit: David Sinclair) 
Could lead to an anti-aging drug that counters damage from old age, cancer, and radiation
A research team led by Harvard Medical School professor of genetics David Sinclair, PhD, has made a discovery that could lead to a revolutionary new drug that allows cells to repair DNA damaged by aging, cancer, and radiation. In a paper published in the journal Science on Friday (March 24), the scientists identified a critical …more…

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