Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a way to restore damaged muscles normal work in the body, and resist slackness and loosening of old age.
According to Medical Xpress, American scientists have concluded that for many years of research, low activity of a pluton protein leads to the loss of the body's muscles and its natural activity in the regeneration of cells.
The researchers also pointed to the role of the protein in protecting the brain from inflammation and preventing the aggravation of aging diseases in the central nervous system.
Protein testing on mice showed that the introduction of the SS-31 special serum supports mitochondrial functions, increases plaque activity and contributes to the restoration of muscle tissue vitality.
Scientists believe that the new drug, which they developed based on protein serum, will allow many people to maintain the effectiveness of their muscles and long ages, and prevents from the incidence of many diseases associated with the human propellant system.