Scientists Have Reversed Human Aging
Researchers from the University of Tsukuba looked at DNA of people from younger ages, and then compared it to those of people older. They thought it was epigenetic factors in some parts of the mitochondria that affects old people. They removed the cell lines from older people’s DNA, and then reversed the aging of the cells. They looked at two sections controlled by a certain amino acid that could be responsible. This is called the glycerine. When they bathed the cell in glycerine for 10 days, it reversed the age producing effects.