The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) withdraws new dietary supplement (NDI) status of nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) under pharmaceutical industry pressure.
Scientists find that the NAD+ precursors nicotinamide, NR, and NMN increase skin regrowth in elderly mice
The senolytic fisetin increases the muscle size and strength of prematurely aged mice by increasing muscle stem cells and reducing fat stem cells.
Researchers from China develop a new aging clock based on gene activity that estimates the aging rate of adults, showing NMN and Metformin slow aging.
Chinese scientists show that ɑ-lactalbumin, a protein found in milk, can protect against heart scarring and blood vessel thickening in elderly mice by ameliorating inflammation.
Chinese scientists find that NMN protects against intestinal damage caused by radiation — commonly used to treat elderly cancer patients.
Age-associated DNA damage promotes viral entry of SARS-CoV-2 into the lung cells of mice, yet NMN prevents this infection.
Brazilian scientists show that resveratrol reduces markers of inflammation and senescence (functional deterioration) in brain cells taken from aged rats.
Scientists find that the longevity-associated drug rapamycin alleviates vascular aging in rats with low physical endurance.
Chinese researchers show that NMN prevents liver injury by activating longevity-associated sirtuin enzymes and enhancing antioxidant defenses.
Researchers demonstrate that NMN treatment bars damage to the eyes following pressure-induced injury similar to glaucoma in mice.
A new study shows NMN increases the production of DNA building blocks (nucleotides) in the mitochondria of human kidney cells.
Scientists find that transplanting prematurely aged mice with the bone marrow of young mice increases muscle mass while improving strength and endurance, a phenomenon largely replicated by GDF-11 treatment.
Researchers find that negative mental health factors like feeling unhappy pick up the pace of aging more than health conditions like liver disease or smoking.
Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) ameliorates obesity and improves insulin sensitivity in a mouse model for a female hormonal disorder – polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).