SCIENCE BREAKTHROUGH: Ageing process REVERSED in human cells for first time

Express.co.uk | 8/13/2018 | Staff
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Lorna Harries, Associate Professor in Molecular Genetics and Matt Whiteman, Professor of Experimental Therapeutics, both at University of Exeter, write for the Conversation: “In our new work, we showed that by treating old cells with a chemical that releases small amounts of hydrogen sulphide, we were able to increase levels of some splicing factors, and to rejuvenate old human cells.

“Hydrogen sulphide is a molecule that is found naturally in our bodies and has been shown to improve...
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