Reducing the age of the body’s cells has always intrigued Instapundit author, Professor Glenn Reynolds.
This may even work to his advantage, but probably too late for me:
FASTER, PLEASE: Turning back the aging clock. “Researchers from Caltech and UCLA have developed a new approach to removing cellular damage that accumulates with age. The technique can potentially help slow or reverse an important cause of aging. Led by Nikolay Kandul, senior postdoctoral scholar in biology and biological engineering in the laboratory of Professor of Biology Bruce Hay, the team developed a technique to remove mutated DNA from mitochondria, the small organelles that produce most of the chemical energy within a cell. A paper describing the research appears in the November 14 issue of Nature Communications.”