Unlocking the Fountain of Youth How Diet Slows Brain Aging!


OXR1 Gene Discovery Buck Institute scientists unveil the essential role of the OXR1 gene in the neuroprotective effects of dietary restriction 

Retromer Complex Maintenance OXR1 gene crucial for maintaining the retromer complex, vital for recycling cellular proteins and ensuring neuronal health 

Fruit Fly and Human Cell Study Research conducted on fruit flies and human cells highlights the potential of strategies like intermittent fasting in enhancing  OXR1 levels 

Protective Effects Strategies like caloric restriction may mediate OXR1's protective effects against brain aging and neurodegenerative diseases 

Avenues for Therapeutic Interventions Breakthrough opens new avenues for therapeutic interventions targeting  age-related neurodegenerative diseases and strategies for promoting healthy aging