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The Role of Exosomes in Anti-Ageing

Mankind has desired to stay young since its existence and has used the most unimaginable techniques to avoid ageing.

For a long time, scientists believed that ageing develops autonomously over time. Ageing is a process that begins with the gradual decline of physiological organization and disruptions in the functioning of organs, leading to somatic death.

However, recent studies indicate that reducing aged cell mass may slow down the ageing process or even reverse it.

Recent Studies on Ageing and Longevity

Recent research provides extensive information about how life can be extended. Even the “vampire treatment,” which has existed for centuries, has gained scientific credibility with recent publications. When the blood of young mice is given to old mice, and the blood of old mice to young mice, the old mice become younger while the young mice age.

The Role of Stem Cells and Exosomes

This phenomenon occurs due to small packets secreted by stem cells. In fact, ageing is a learned process. The oldest cells send signals to the youngest cells that they must age. Therefore, by destroying old cells, you can remain younger. In scientific terms, these small vesicles are called exosomes.

What is an Exosome?

Exosomes are extracellular vesicles or small bubbles released from cells. They act as shuttles, carrying genetic information and proteins from stem cells to other cells.

They are very small particles, 30-200 nanometers in diameter, about 1/1000 the size of a cell. Exosomes facilitate cell-to-cell communication, carrying molecules between nearby and distant cells, and are crucial regulators of intracellular information.

They carry information that instructs cells on how and when to respond. Exosomes released by young stem cells are powerful in regulating regenerative processes in the body and aiding rejuvenation. They are one of the new generation cellular therapies, mediating the communication of all cells in our body and playing a vital role in their rejuvenation.

The New Horizon of Science: Applications of Exosomes

Exosomes, which can be obtained from all body fluids, play an important role in many biological activities such as intercellular communication, signal transmission, genetic material transfer, and regulation of the immune response. They have the ability to repair skin, rejuvenate tissues, and reduce inflammation.

These nanovesicles can easily pass through the skin and the blood-brain barrier. Additionally, exosomes, being natural nanocarriers, enable the design of new-generation vaccines that can transport both the adjuvant and the antigen.

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