- European Wellness collaborates with the University of Heidelberg in the publication in a journal of "Synergistic anti-aging through the specific reprogramming of senescent cells"
HEIDELBERG, Germany, April 28, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The European Wellness Academy (EWA), the educational arm of the European Wellness Biomedical Group (EW Group), has collaborated with the University of Heidelberg in the publication of a journal. The research project, entitled "Synergistic anti-aging through specific reprogramming of senescent cells", has been funded by the EWA and published in a prestigious scientific journal.
This method is preferred for carefully regulated partial reprogramming to reduce the likelihood of cancer and organ failure caused by loss of cell identity. The approach was able to improvise the senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP), which in turn reduced the age-related chronic inflammatory state and secondary senescence in adjacent cells.
This research will study the possibility that intervention on cellular senescence can improve the aging process and repair damage with the aim of prolonging healthy life and reducing the risk of frailty. Limitations and challenges posed by using these advances to investigate hypotheses and prospective directions for future research of translational importance are highlighted.
Reprogramming treatments in senescent cells have the ability to maintain beneficial components compared to removing senescent cells. The study also demonstrated that senescence enhances reprogramming, potentially serving as a self-modification mechanism, allowing the same level of expression of reprogramming factors to be more effective in the senescent setting. As the senescent environment dims or reverses, the effectiveness of reprogramming decreases, preventing damage from overinduction.
As rejuvenation becomes more prominent, local reprogramming loses stimulation from the SASP and integrates with a regulated induction mechanism to prevent tumors and loss of cellular functions. This method should be performed on non-mortal tissues such as adipose, fascia as opposed to myocardium, and nerves.
The collaboration between both institutions represents an important step forward in the field of antiaging research. The study results provide a solid foundation for research and development in this field, with the potential to transform the way we approach the aging process.
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