Latest Resveratrol Stories
Harvard researchers report finding a new clue into the reason for aging in a minor ingredient of red wine and its role in activating a protein. Scientists said they made their finding while trying to understand how the agent resveratrol improves the health and lifespan of laboratory mice, The New York Times reported.
RevGenetics (http://www.revgenetics.com/), at the forefront of developing uncommonly effective products using common herbal ingredients, unveils Sirtuin Skin, a resveratrol powered skin care cream.
A French study using mice suggests an experimental drug can protect against obesity and metabolic diseases associated with a high-fat diet.
Researchers in France say they have found a drug that tricks the body into burning off fat even when on a high-fat diet. The drug is a chemical cousin of red wine extract resveratrol.
College students often spend their free time thinking about beer, but a group of Rice University students are taking it to the next level.
Sirtris, a GSK company focused on discovering and developing small molecule drugs to treat diseases of aging such as Type 2 Diabetes, today announced that it will provide an update on the Company's clinical and preclinical progress at the 2008 Boston Biotech R&D Conference on Wednesday, October 22, 2008 at Harvard Medical School.
Resveratrol found in grapes, red wine and peanuts, prevents alcoholic fatty liver in mice, U.S. researchers have determined. Chronic alcohol consumption causes fat to accumulate in the liver and can lead to cirrhosis and liver failure. Joanne M. Ajmo, Xiaomei Liang, Christopher Q.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Genstruct Inc., a systems biology company focused on identifying molecular mechanisms, networks and biomarkers to better develop novel therapeutics and molecular diagnostics, today announced the publication of a paper authored by Gil Blander, Ph.D.
Sirtris, a GSK company focused on discovering and developing small molecule drugs to treat diseases of aging such as Type 2 Diabetes, announced today that it published a new review article on the growing body of sirtuin research and its potential to treat diseases of aging such as Type 2 Diabetes, mitochondrial disorders, inflammation, cancer, and heart disease.
By Donna Olmstead For the Journal Promising research appears to show that an antioxidant in wine and other foods such as peanuts, grapes, mulberries and blueberries improves many conditions associated with aging.
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