If you like in the movie Highlander She’s always wanted to have eternal life: science is doing the best it can. The new tests in mice are very positive and there is a good chance that the test will also be carried out in humans. Do we want that? WANT editor Dennis Mons is a fan.
It sounds so beautiful: Eternal Life. As a vampire or Dorian Gray, you have accumulated a lot of knowledge, ideas, and ability over the years. Beautiful, but it also looks cumbersome to me. So was the movie No final Not very well, but I can well imagine the constant reincarnation is very stressful. But hey, I’m a pervert.
the Sciences Of course he is busy with this and surprisingly, there are positive results.
According to science, eternal life is first for rats
If you want to see a doctor now for your “eternal life” shot, you’re out of luck. The positive effects of so-called gene reprogramming only work in mice at the moment. This is mainly due to the fact that the test is only done on mice. But this may change very soon.
The theory of this biotechnology has already been awarded the Nobel Prize in 2012. The Japanese biologist Shinya Yamanaka received the prestigious award.
The science behind his research appears to be simple. Through gene reprogramming, individual cells are exposed to specific proteins that are active at the embryonic stage. This ensures that the “old cells” become young again. Think of it as a boost that ensures cells deteriorate much less quickly.
I’m a little shortsighted, but it’s very complicated at a molecular level. That’s why I recommend plowing through the report below.
This does not change the fact that test mice now live seven percent longer compared to untreated mice thanks to these interesting experiments.
Live longer than a test rat
Rejuvenate Bio that deals with technology has one on this one Report Developed. The results have not yet been checked due to a lack of documentation that the cells have changed. However, the results are promising and testing in humans is definitely possible.
The mice that received the treatment were the same as a 77-year-old human (about 124 weeks in rat years). The treated mice lived an average of 9 weeks longer than the control mice, representing a 7 percent increase in life span. The experience also produced an almost immediate effect.
Rejuvenate isn’t the only company interested in a longer or even eternal life. There is something competition. Seems like a good thing to us.
Our chances of living eternal life are almost non-existent. But living longer and living healthier thanks to genetic reprogramming is a great outcome that we can look forward to in the short term. Even if the goal is just to suppress intractable genetic diseases or things like cancer at an early stage.
Is longer life desirable? Do you even want to live forever? Let us know in the comments.
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