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Genetic Research

Gene Linked to Growth Hormone Action

14 years, 8 months ago

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Posted on Jan 06, 2004, 2 p.m. By Bill Freeman

(From the Life Extension Foundation News). A genetic mechanism for the effects of growth hormone has been discovered, relating it to a gene that is known to regulate many aspects of cellular activity and longevity. This is a very specific result, linked to liver regeneration, but will no doubt soon be referenced by sellers of human growth hormone (HGH).

(From the Life Extension Foundation News). A genetic mechanism for the effects of growth hormone has been discovered, relating it to a gene that is known to regulate many aspects of cellular activity and longevity. This is a very specific result, linked to liver regeneration, but will no doubt soon be referenced by sellers of human growth hormone (HGH). The science and studies supporting HGH are nowhere near as solid as those supporting calorie restriction (to pick an example) and this most recent research does nothing to change that.

Source: http://newsite.lef.org/news/aging/2003/12/30/eng-medinews_biotek/eng-medinews_biotek_134231_3721421559213394288.html


Author: The Longevity Meme

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