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Scientists Find Protein procrastinators Successful Death

Posted by Mahendra blog Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Scientists Find Protein procrastinators Successful Death

Scientists find the elixir that can hold death in mice. These proteins are believed to be useful to humans. Scientists found the constituents of amino acids that can delay the death of mice by 12%. This study is useful for humans, especially for the elderly or the sick.

Individuals who survive require biological changes that encourage energy supply to the cells and reduce oxidative damage caused by free radical destroyer.

"This is the first demonstration that shows a mixture of amino acids can increase the survival of mice," said study leader Dr. Enzo Nisoli from the University of Milan in Italy.

The new findings reported in the journal Cell Metabolism shows the possibility that amino acid supplements can benefit humans. Scientists show amino acid supply can affect the health of rats.

Scientists believe that amino acids could help the sick, especially heart failure disease, chronic lung or other conditions characterized by reduced levels of energy.

Nisoli said there needs to be tested on patients in large numbers, to show convincing evidence.

Leucine, isoleucine and valine, which are known as branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), a fraction of the 20 amino acids in a protein that can be produced. All three have indications of anti-aging properties.

This study also showed increased activity SIRTI or well-known longevity genes. This element affects the defense system against free radicals. This specific amino acid supplements tend to be more effective than the protein containing the same amino acid, according to the researchers.

Unlike proteins, these amino acids can not be digested and enter the bloodstream immediately.

"We have provided evidence that an original mix BCAA can increase the average life span in male rats," wrote the researchers in the study.

"This may be due to the increased mitochondrial biogenesis and oxidative stress is reduced in heart and skeletal muscle."

This study offers exploration of the function of amino acids in preventing age disorders in humans.


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