Posted By: Susoni
Date: Wednesday, 18-Jan-2012 17:32:06
Well great!! Just in time to combat my upcoming wrinkle years. :)
I would imagine that you could use the stem cells from a biological child or close family member.
1. Adult stem cells deteriorate as part of aging. The DNA doesn’t repair itself as well, and the immature cell is less capable of performing its function. This stem cell failure is a signature for aging itself, and the diseases that define and accompany aging, including dementia, osteoporosis, and diabetes.
2. Using stem cells from younger mice is a way to counter aging. When prematurely aged mice were injected in the abdomen with immature muscle cells from younger healthy mice, they renewed their vigor, they became healthier, and they lived two to three times as long.
3. The fountain of youth is to be found in a secretion. The muscle stem cells released a substance, called Factor X, which worked its rejuvenating magic all over the mouse’s body.
Both scientists eagerly anticipate the next phase in their research when they try the young cells out on normally aging mice, and attempt to synthesize Factor X (which contains growth factors and immune stimulants) and try it out as a separate treatment.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/01/18/factor-x-have-finally-found-fountain-youth/#ixzz1jqs5Ym4T