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Supplement reverses circadian slow down
October 9 2015. On October 8, 2015 in Cell Metabolism, researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel report the finding that polyamines present in all living cells control the circadian clock in cells and animals, and that supplementation with polyamines, which decline with age, can restore circadian rhythms in aged mice to those characteristic of younger animals. "Impaired circadian rhythmicity has been linked to a wide variety of age-related diseases, including cancer, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and inflammation," notes lead researcher Gad Asher, of the Weizmann Institute's Department of Biological Chemistry.
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