Will blood transfusions of young people help old people to "improve old age"? The controversial issue in this scientific world has now been clarified thanks to a recent discovery!
To decipher the eternal mystery mentioned above, a group of scientists from Stanford University conducted experiments on two different groups of age differences: A group of 12-15 months old, group The other is only 2 weeks old.
Specifically, in this study, they had previously taken blood from both groups of mice and transmitted it to human brain cells, cultured from stem cells and observed their development.
The results are probably the same as many people think: The blood of young mice shows an effect on accelerating the growth of nerve cells , which does not happen with the blood of the other group. .
Along with this result, the team also discovered two proteins found only in the blood of young mice: THBS4 and SPARCL1 , which had the effect of helping cultured brain cells to produce more neural bonds than ever. double compared to usual.
This research has helped to shed some light on the scientific mechanism of the 'blood transfusion to reverse the aging process'. However, there are differences between artificially cultured neurons and in human bodies. Therefore, the above results still cannot confirm 100% of this rumored 'perfect reformed' therapy.