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Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
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Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-08-2019 02:00 AM)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYeLlTwPfFE

I HIGHLY recommend you watch this ❤

video discusses telomeres & the haflick limit - and how to increase your lifespan to the max - says the haflick limit theory puts human lifespan at the max - at 120 years

"The Hayflick Limit is a concept that helps to explain the mechanisms behind cellular aging. The concept states that a normal human cell can only replicate and divide forty to sixty times before it cannot divide anymore, and will break down by programmed cell death or apoptosis." quotations above from https://embryo.asu.edu/pages/hayflick-limit

Genesis 6:3 King James Version (KJV)
3 And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.

my personal opinion - God would not be pleased with those fooling around on changing that limit
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Post: #47
RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
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Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-08-2019 02:00 AM)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYeLlTwPfFE

I HIGHLY recommend you watch this ❤

video discusses telomeres & the haflick limit - and how to increase your lifespan to the max - says the haflick limit theory puts human lifespan at the max - at 120 years

"The Hayflick Limit is a concept that helps to explain the mechanisms behind cellular aging. The concept states that a normal human cell can only replicate and divide forty to sixty times before it cannot divide anymore, and will break down by programmed cell death or apoptosis." quotations above from https://embryo.asu.edu/pages/hayflick-limit

Genesis 6:3 King James Version (KJV)
3 And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.

my personal opinion - God would not be pleased with those fooling around on changing that limit

But if walking in Love, Peace, ect longers it, than why not
After all Jesus Christ is Love and Peace :)

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To fool the fool who thinks they're fooling you

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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
seasnake  Wrote: (11-08-2019 03:42 AM)
UnAcceptance  Wrote: (11-07-2019 09:03 PM)
I just want my dog to live healthily as long as I do.
That'd be science.Bump

I just want to be able to tremendously expand out the lives of creatures such as snakes that continue to grow throughout their entire lives in order to see just how large they can become. Everything would be uber this and uber that.

that is actually one of the theories on the dinosaurs becoming so large -
states that the reptiles of long past had extremely extended lives never stopping growth - as they aged and became older and very large - they also changed shapes of various body parts - what we believe to be 2 different dinosaurs - were actually the same - just the smaller and larger version appear very different
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
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seasnake  Wrote: (11-08-2019 03:42 AM)
I just want to be able to tremendously expand out the lives of creatures such as snakes that continue to grow throughout their entire lives in order to see just how large they can become. Everything would be uber this and uber that.

that is actually one of the theories on the dinosaurs becoming so large -
states that the reptiles of long past had extremely extended lives never stopping growth - as they aged and became older and very large - they also changed shapes of various body parts - what we believe to be 2 different dinosaurs - were actually the same - just the smaller and larger version appear very different


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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
I, for one, welcome our rodent immortal overlords.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2019 07:58 AM)
I, for one, welcome our rodent immortal overlords.

Someday everyone will be connected together with implants communicating and living together in a large artificial world, and when that day comes someone will plug in the rats and mice who will run rampant chewing and eating up everything virtual that they can. Do to our plug ins, there will be no escape from this.
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:33 AM)
Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have shown that it is possible to extend the life of mice, without using any gene modifying technologies. The finding is the result of a study launched some years ago that aimed to investigate mice with hyper-long telomeres.

Chromosome

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Given the relationship between telomeres and aging (telomeres become shorter with age), Maria Blasco and colleagues decided to create mice at CNIO that had hyper-long telomeres in 100% of their cells.

The researchers reported their findings in the journal Nature Communications and demonstrate only positive outcomes; the mice live for longer and in better health than would be expected for their species, while also being free from age-related conditions such as cancer and obesity.

No need for genetic modification

The most important finding for the team was that the increased lifespan and health benefits have been achieved for the first time without genetic modification being needed.

"This finding supports the idea that, when it comes to determining longevity, genes are not the only thing to consider", says Blasco… "There is margin for extending life without altering the genes.”

Telomeres form the end of chromosomes in the nucleus of cells and protect the genetic integrity of DNA. Each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten a little, so one characteristic of aging is shortened telomeres in cells.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/201910...RnsqGcbwak

Obesity is age related?

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Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:33 AM)
Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have shown that it is possible to extend the life of mice, without using any gene modifying technologies. The finding is the result of a study launched some years ago that aimed to investigate mice with hyper-long telomeres.

Chromosome

Image Credit: Crevis / Shutterstock.com

Given the relationship between telomeres and aging (telomeres become shorter with age), Maria Blasco and colleagues decided to create mice at CNIO that had hyper-long telomeres in 100% of their cells.

The researchers reported their findings in the journal Nature Communications and demonstrate only positive outcomes; the mice live for longer and in better health than would be expected for their species, while also being free from age-related conditions such as cancer and obesity.
No need for genetic modification

The most important finding for the team was that the increased lifespan and health benefits have been achieved for the first time without genetic modification being needed.

"This finding supports the idea that, when it comes to determining longevity, genes are not the only thing to consider", says Blasco… "There is margin for extending life without altering the genes.”

Telomeres form the end of chromosomes in the nucleus of cells and protect the genetic integrity of DNA. Each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten a little, so one characteristic of aging is shortened telomeres in cells.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/201910...RnsqGcbwak

Are you a mouse? Are you ready for scientists to start exploding your DNA with telomeres? There is another cell on this planet that does the same thing. These cells create their own telomeres. They are immortal, and scientists have been testing the same cells since the 1950s. Yea, these cells are 70 years old and are still as young as the first day they started mutating.

Know what they're called?

That's right...Cancer cells.

Careful what you wish for.
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:33 AM)
Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have shown that it is possible to extend the life of mice, without using any gene modifying technologies. The finding is the result of a study launched some years ago that aimed to investigate mice with hyper-long telomeres.

Translation.

Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre activate something that was already there so they can patent it and charge a small fortune for the privilege of it's use....
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I swear this was news 30 years ago. Seems like all new discoveries are just repeated stuff from the past.
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
There’s a site I belong to .
It’s not for the medically challenged however .
It’s mostly MDs and other medical and scientific types,looking for ways to extend life and health.

The jargon and discussions can be over the laymans head .
Not all ,but some .

They figured out ,years ago ,that the key to longevity is long telomeres .

They have multiple protocols for cancer ,that work ,and they will pool money and buy super high end things ,that are not fda approved ,but may be keys to long life.

Some are even only injectable ,so being a medical Professional comes in handy .

I take C60 myself .
It occasionally causes me to have a crisis of my condition ,so it’s painful on occasion ,but I definitely feel and look more healthy .

For anyone curious
It’s 50$ for life long membership .it was when I joined anyway .

https://www.longecity.org/forum/
You want the biosciences subforum
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
CamazotZz  Wrote: (11-08-2019 07:24 PM)
There’s a site I belong to .
It’s not for the medically challenged however .
It’s mostly MDs and other medical and scientific types,looking for ways to extend life and health.

The jargon and discussions can be over the laymans head .
Not all ,but some .

They figured out ,years ago ,that the key to longevity is long telomeres .

They have multiple protocols for cancer ,that work ,and they will pool money and buy super high end things ,that are not fda approved ,but may be keys to long life.

Some are even only injectable ,so being a medical Professional comes in handy .

I take C60 myself .
It occasionally causes me to have a crisis of my condition ,so it’s painful on occasion ,but I definitely feel and look more healthy .

For anyone curious
It’s 50$ for life long membership .it was when I joined anyway .

https://www.longecity.org/forum/
You want the biosciences subforum
PS
You do NOT have to join to use the forum ,it just gives you more perks if you join .
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
CamazotZz  Wrote: (11-08-2019 07:24 PM)
There’s a site I belong to .
It’s not for the medically challenged however .
It’s mostly MDs and other medical and scientific types,looking for ways to extend life and health.

The jargon and discussions can be over the laymans head .
Not all ,but some .

They figured out ,years ago ,that the key to longevity is long telomeres .

They have multiple protocols for cancer ,that work ,and they will pool money and buy super high end things ,that are not fda approved ,but may be keys to long life.

Some are even only injectable ,so being a medical Professional comes in handy .

I take C60 myself .
It occasionally causes me to have a crisis of my condition ,so it’s painful on occasion ,but I definitely feel and look more healthy .

For anyone curious
It’s 50$ for life long membership .it was when I joined anyway .

https://www.longecity.org/forum/
You want the biosciences subforum

Spam
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
general mishka  Wrote: (11-08-2019 07:33 PM)
CamazotZz  Wrote: (11-08-2019 07:24 PM)
There’s a site I belong to .
It’s not for the medically challenged however .
It’s mostly MDs and other medical and scientific types,looking for ways to extend life and health.

The jargon and discussions can be over the laymans head .
Not all ,but some .

They figured out ,years ago ,that the key to longevity is long telomeres .

They have multiple protocols for cancer ,that work ,and they will pool money and buy super high end things ,that are not fda approved ,but may be keys to long life.

Some are even only injectable ,so being a medical Professional comes in handy .

I take C60 myself .
It occasionally causes me to have a crisis of my condition ,so it’s painful on occasion ,but I definitely feel and look more healthy .

For anyone curious
It’s 50$ for life long membership .it was when I joined anyway .

https://www.longecity.org/forum/
You want the biosciences subforum

Spam

I posted that, and it's not spam at all.
I have no affiliation with that forum, save I belong to it.
Everything I said is true.
It's medical pros, experimenting with off the grid stuff, to lengthen telomeres et al.
If you actually bothered to look at the link , you'd see what I said is exactly the truth.
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-08-2019 03:54 AM)
Genesis 6:3 King James Version (KJV)
3 And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.


my personal opinion - God would not be pleased with those fooling around on changing that limit

That's bible bullshit. What it's really saying is this; if the the elites (who wrote the bible) wish to stay in control, they should make life so difficult that nobody lives past 120. And they're doing an excellent job.

The bible is nothing more than an epic tome of control, warfare, and genocide.
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