Stem Cell Treatment for Rejuvenation

Related Articles Key Age-Imposed Signaling Changes That Are Responsible for the Decline of Stem Cell Function. Subcell Biochem. 2018;90:119-143 Authors: Mehdipour M, Liu Y, Liu C, Kumar B, Kim D, Gathwala R, Conboy IM Abstract This chapter analyzes recent developments in the field of signal transduction of ageing with the focus on the age-imposed changes in TGF-beta/pSmad, Notch, Wnt/beta-catenin, and Jak/Stat networks. Specifically, this chapter delineates how the above-mentioned evolutionary-conserved morphogenic signaling pathways operate in young versus aged mammalian tissues, with insights into how the age-specific broad decline of stem cell function is precipitated by the deregulation of these key cell signaling networks. This chapter also provides perspectives onto the development of defined therapeutic approaches that aim to calibrate intensity of the determinant signal transduction to health-youth, thereby rejuvenating multiple tissues in older people. PMID: 30779008 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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