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Faecal transplants reverse hallmarks of aging in mice

May 9, 2022

An unusual study by scientists at the Quadram Institute and University of East Anglia suggests gut bacteria contained in faecal matter may influence inflammation in the brain related to aging. This study involved several faecal transplants, from healthy young mice into aged mice, and also where the younger mice received faecal matter from older mice. […]

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Mitochondrial peptide prevents Type-1 diabetes in mice, study finds

August 16, 2021

A new study of human cells in culture and live mice – by a research team at the University of Southern California (USC) – has shown that injections of an immune cell-regulating peptide can prevent the destruction of insulin-producing pancreatic cells that cause type-1 diabetes. It is very likely that the peptide could later be […]

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