Fountain of Youth: Hypothalamus stem cell transplants- Albert Einstein College of Medicine





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Published on Sep 15, 2017

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Nature Magazine published an article by Dongsheng Cai at Albert Einstein College. He extended the healthy life span of aging mice by 10-20% using hypothalamus stem cells.
The hypothalamus is the key interpretator of brain activities for vegetative activities such as eating, sleeping, sex and aging.
Stem cells are immature, or undifferentiated, cells. They can replicate. They can differentiate into mature cells. There is a huge increase in use of stem cells for things like arthritis pain and even stroke rehabilitation.
The mechanism involved microRNA. MicroRNA is a cellular controller mechanism.


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