How hardy volcanic microbes helped track down an anti-aging “superhero” protein – By manipulating a so-called “super hero” protein common to both archaea and humans, the researchers found a way to “trick” cells into acting younger by keeping the DNA repairing process running much longer than usual.

Scientists studying tough microbes called archaea may have uncovered the key to an anti-aging drug. By manipulating a ?super hero? protein, the researchers found a way to ?trick? cells into acting younger by keeping the DNA repairing process running much longer than usual.

https://newatlas.com/anti-aging-drug-archaea-protein/54649/

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