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Unravel the mystery of "permanent youth" .. British scientists have recovered the skin cells of a 53-year-old woman to 30!

Unravel the mystery of “permanent youth” .. British scientists have recovered the skin cells of a 53-year-old woman to 30!

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – British scientists have announced that they have succeeded in reviving the skin cells of a 53-year-old woman in her 30s. Treatment for future aging-related diseases.

The study was peer-reviewed and published Friday in the scientific journal eLife. It was developed by scientists at the Abraham Institute at the University of Cambridge in the UK, and is still in its infancy, according to a press release on Friday.

Not only did the rejuvenating cells look younger, they were faster at treating the artificial wound than the old cells.

According to the report, this stem cell-based mechanism was called “reprogramming”. Scientists have been able to reset skin cells to zero by transforming skin cells back into stem cells. To prevent the cells from losing function, the scientists disabled the replication mechanism after a few days, which allowed the cells to maintain their functional properties while biologically young.

“The future prospects for our work are very exciting,” Dr. Diljit Gill, a postgraduate researcher and co-author, told CNN.

“Through our method, we can take cells from patients and regenerate them and then transplant them back to treat diseases. Currently, our work focuses on skin cells that help treat cuts, burns and ulcers. We are excited to see if our system works. . ” This expands the scope for potential applications to other cell types, such as the heart, liver and brain cells in the future. “

His team is interested in learning more about the mechanisms behind the rejuvenation. “With a better understanding of this, stem cells can promote rejuvenation without replication,” he said.

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Dr. Gill noted that this method takes time to be used clinically to develop treatments.

He added, “We need to make sure that our system is very safe, with regard to key drawbacks. We use Yamanaka factors that promote unstable replication, which promotes the formation of cancer cells when operated in the wrong environment. Properly, we operate on these factors.” For a period of time, this will help to avoid this problem, however, it should be carefully examined for a long time after using it to ensure that the cells are stable and safe. . “

Gill concluded, “Overall, our research is a very exciting start and has great potential for treating diseases associated with aging.”