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Peptides in the Epigenetic Control of Ageing, is a 115 page book, summarizing the results of a long quest; more than forty years of research for endogenous substances able to retard ageing processes.
The principally Russian based research has discovered that some substances, in-particular short-chain peptides, can pass through the cell and nuclear membranes, bind to DNA and produce epigenetic effects that culminate in the restoration of disrupted cell functions.
The analogues of such peptides are now being used as peroral geroprotector drugs and have wide implications for the restoration of numerous degenerative disorders related to ageing.
The experimental and clinical evidence of the effects of these peptides on cell proliferation, tissue regeneration, innate and adaptive immunity, metabolic homeostasis, lipid peroxidation, antiradical defences, and other functions is described and referenced in the book.