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Diluting Blood Plasma Reverses Aging and Rejuvenates Tissue

News   Jun 16, 2020 | Original story from UC Berkeley

 
Diluting Blood Plasma Reverses Aging and Rejuvenates Tissue

Older mice grew significantly more new muscle fibers, shown as pink “donut” shapes, after undergoing a procedure that effectively diluted the proteins in their blood plasma (bottom) than they did before they underwent the procedure (top). Credit: Irina Conboy)

 
 
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