Proteins that reprogram cells can turn back mice’s aging clock

Treatment increased life spans of prematurely aging rodents

aging mice

OUT WITH THE OLD  Partially reprogramming cells in the body may reverse some signs of aging. Shown are a mouse with a premature aging disease called progeria (left) and a mouse with progeria that got reprogramming treatments (right).

Salk Institute

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