Evolution: ‘Deadly’ Gene that once aided survival - This gene arose thousands of years ago and provided a survival advantage for individuals living in the Arctic. A CPT1A (carnithine palmitoyltransferase 1A) gene variant that aids the processing of fatty acids provided energy in the form of heat to help regulate body temperature in extreme weather conditions. Click through to read more
Researchers have discovered a switch that helps control the growth of telomeres — the timekeepers of our cells. Flipping the switch could turn off aging cells and encourage healthy ones to keep generating later in life. The study was published … Continue reading Free eBook "Top Ten Anti Aging Supplements + How to Slow Down the Aging Process" visit www.antiaginginsights.com→
SYCE1gene Mutation: Associated with Premature Ovarian Failure - Premature ovarian failure, primary ovarian insufficiency (POI), or premature menopause is the loss of function of ovaries before age 40. It affects 1% of all women worldwide and is often associated with infertility. However...Click pin to read the full article.
Nobel 2014 chemistry – the Eiffel Tower approach - I am delighted about this year’s chemistry prize, because as a biologist and a microscopy geek, I absolutely love super resolution microscopy. Bet you didn’t know you could have a crush on something like super resolution microscopy? Come to think of it, I bet you didn’t know about super resolution microscopy altogether. Let me explain it, and hopefully you’ll understand my passion. Click through to read more