They are called SIRT and qualified as ” longevity genes”. They are responsible for the production of sirtuins, fundamental proteins that allow cells – and us – to live longer. Scientists have begun to understand how to make them work at their best.
An international team of researchers has identified 9 “hallmarks”: key mechanisms of the ageing process of all organisms and many diseases such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. The role of Epigenetics is central