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Geroprotector review: Rapamycin

Posted by s123 , 18 July 2017 - * * * * * · 6,784 views
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Geroprotector review: Rapamycin Rapamycin and other mTOR inhibitors as geroprotectors

This article is solely for information purposes, not a substitute for professional medical or dietary advice. The provisos of the LongeCity user agreement apply. 





What: A drug to prevent rejection of transplanted kidneys. Also used in cancer therapy. Various related comp...


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Geroprotector review: Metformin

Posted by s123 , in Supplement Review 18 July 2017 - * * * * * · 8,266 views
metformin, geroprotector and 3 more...
Geroprotector review: Metformin Geroprotector review: Metformin
Sven Bulterijs  
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- is a summary - The full version can be downloaded here:
- is a 2017 (spring) update - See here for a 2011 article on metformin by the Author.
- is solely for information purposes , not a substitute for professional medical or dietary advice. The provisos of the LongeCity us...


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Interview with Aschwin de Wolf

Posted by s123 , 19 February 2017 - - - - - - · 1,182 views
cryonics, cryopreservation and 2 more...
Interview with Aschwin de Wolf (February, 2017)  
Recently an English judge ruled that a 14-year old terminally-ill girl had the right to choose cryonics. While the girl received support for her choice from her mother, her estranged father had initially objected. As the girl was under age she needed the permission of both parents and hence the c...


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The gut microbiome in health and disease

Posted by s123 , 29 December 2016 - * * * * - · 7,946 views
microbiome, bacteria, health and 1 more...
 We live in a microbial world. Microorganisms are everywhere, from the depths of the ocean to hot, acidic volcanic lakes. They are on and inside us. Our own ancient ancestor was a single free living cell and the tiny power-plants inside our cells (the mitochondria) were once free-living bacteria that invaded our single celled ancestor. Our bodi...


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Sven's Science Column

Posted by ImmInst , 18 November 2016 - - - - - - · 1,214 views
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Sven Bulterijs discusses topics in life extension science





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