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Can Scientists Rejuvenate An Aging Brain With Young Blood? Stanford University Study



4/20/2017 5:58:47 AM

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Writing in the journal Nature, Stanford University anti-aging researchers reported Wednesday that they have found a “restorative factor for the aged hippocampus.” It’s a protein called tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases 2, or TIMP2, that is found in the blood of young humans — and most copiously in umbilical cord blood.

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