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Part 5 of the NAD world: the conflicting roles of NAMPT – inflammation or rescue? Also Part 1 on a new series on inflammation

By James P Watson with commentary and assistance by Vince Giuliano Introduction by Vince Giuliano This blog entry relates another important story of what goes on in the NAD world. This is also the first entry of what I expect … Continue reading

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Part 4 of the NAD world: the NQ01 gene, the Warburg effect, SIRT 1 and inflammation, and possible interventions

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By James P Watson with contributions and editorial assistance by Vince Giuliano This Part 4 blog entry goes even further into the extended NAD story, examining important subtopics: The ratio NAD+/NADH in cells and the body, which may be as … Continue reading

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NAD+ an emerging framework for life health and life extension — Part 2: Deeper into the NAD World, hopeful interventions

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By James P Watson with contributions and assistance by Vince Giuliano This is Part 2 of what will likely be a six-part series of blog entries related to the metabolic cofactor NAD+ and what goes on in the NAD World,  … Continue reading

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NAD+ an emerging framework for health and life extension — Part 1: The NAD World

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By Vince Giuliano with inputs from  James P. Watson Accelerated by the publication in December 2013 of a seminal paper by David Sinclair and his US and Australian colleagues(ref), there has been increasing interest and excitement about the prospects of … Continue reading

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TALES OF NAD+ POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

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By Vince Giuliano Here is the PowerPoint presentation I made at the 3 rd Annual NAD Summit Conference on January 27 at 2 PM in San Diego. TALES OF NAD+  Just double click on the following link to download it. … Continue reading

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30 Major Factors that Control SIRT1 Expression, SIRT1 Activity, and SIRT1-mediated Aging. Part 3 of the series NAD+ an emerging framework for health and life extension

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  By James P Watson with comments and editorial assistance by Vince Giuliano Introduction by Vince Giuliano: This is the third blog entry in the series NAD+ an emerging framework for health and life extension.  The first two entries were  … Continue reading

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The evolving narrative and social transformation of aging – Part 1: Important issues confronting the world associated with aging populations

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  By Vince Giuliano, Melody Winnig and Michael Giuliano How do you imagine growing old? Do you have the narrative that you dread becoming like the uncle who spent 5 years painfully wasting away with cancer? Or the mother who … Continue reading

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INFLAMMATION PART 6: THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE 4 HERB SYNERGY DIETARY SUPPLEMENT

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Ancient plant wisdom meets nanotechnology By Vince Giuliano                                                                       May 28, 2019  This blog entry is concerned with a new dietary supplement that my colleagues I have sourced, called 4 Herb Synergy. It is concerned with the scientific considerations we have … Continue reading

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UPDATE ON LONGEVITY INTERVENTIONS – MAINLY PERSONAL

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“Start with the impossible. Proceed calmly towards the improbable. No worry, there are at least five exits.” —Father Daniel Berrigan By Vince Giuliano 4/11/19  This blog entry is about my ideas about my personal health and longevity. It is not … Continue reading

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Inflammation Part 5: Inflammasomes – science of and disease implications

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By James P. Watson and Vince Giuliano Inflammasomes are multimeric self-assembling protein complexes within the cytosol of mammalian cells, pattern-recognizing components of the innate immune system.  They can be thought of as finely tuned alarm, triggering and amplifying systems that … Continue reading

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