Dr. David Sinclair: Informational Theory of Aging – Nicotinamide Mononucleotide & Resveratrol & More
David A. Sinclair is a PhD professor at the Department of Genetics of Harvard Medical School. He is also the co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center on the Biological Mechanisms of Ageing.
Dr. Sinclair’s research focuses on identifying the mechanisms driving human aging, and ways to reverse or slow down its effects. He has studied the role of Sirtuins, both in the aging process and in diseases, focusing on the modulation of their activity by substances produced by the human body, as well as by those that are consumed by humans, like resveratrol. His research has implications for cancer, mitochondrial health and human metabolism.
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NAD+ Overview: Detailed Overview
Overview of nicotinamide Riboside
Topic page for nicotinamide mononucleotide
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