The miR-100 acts as the Longevity Promoter: miR-100 increases the life span of an individual by suppressing its target gene, 17/September/2013, 9.46 am

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GBMD Director-cum-Chief-Scientist Dr L Boominathan PhD reports that miR-100 may increase the life span of an individual.  Furthermore,     Dr Boominathan identifies the mechanism through which miR-100 increases the life span of an individual. This study suggests that miR-100 activators” may increase one’s longevity.

The average life span of an individual in certain parts of the world varies from 80 to 85 years. Dr Boominathan envisions that miR-100 activators may increase the life span of an individual by 20%.  If this supposition turns out to be true, then the average life span of an individual may increase from 80 to 100 years.

Thus, Dr L Boominathan believes that miR-100 acts as the “longevity promoter.”

Idea Proposed byDr L Boominathan Ph.D.

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To citeBoominathan, The miR-100 acts as the Longevity Promoter: miR-100 increases the life span of an individual by suppressing its target gene, 17/September/2013, 9.46 am, Genome-2-Bio-Medicine Discovery center (GBMD), http://genomediscovery.org

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