By means of laboratory studies, researchers stopped the production of a protein in the body by genetic intervention, which resulted in a 20% increase in human life.
British researchers have genetically intervened on mice in a laboratory setting. Experts stopped the production of protein, also known as ‘S6 Kinase 1’ (S6K1), found in the human body. It has been observed that female mice that do not produce this protein also survive the diseases of old age. Life on this count was 20 percent longer.
WEAKNESS AND MOTION
By stopping the production of the protein S6K1, mice became weaker, mobile and healthy. It is expected that the medicine to be produced by going out this way in a recent history will also extend the human life by preventing diseases of old age. The most important factor that shortens the life span is the diseases that develop together with old age.