Research Links Associated with Core Ingredients of Vi-Telometry:
Functional Assessment of Pharmacological Telomerase Activators in Human T Cells (astragalus (TA-65)
Assessing natural telomerase activators (P4342) (astragalus (TA-65), TAT2 (cycloastragenol))
Cycloastragenol extends T cell proliferation by increasing telomerase activity
Telomerase-Based Pharmacologic Enhancement of Antiviral Function of Human CD8+ T Lymphocytes using TAT2 (cycloastragenol)
Immortalization of epithelial progenitor cells mediated by resveratrol.
Pharmacological Actions : Telomerase Upregulation : CK(101) : AC(27) · Silymarin was found to be able to inhibit telomerase activity in HepG2 cells.
Neuroprotective effects of purslane herb aquenous extracts against D-galactose induced neurotoxicity (described through upregulated telomerase activity)
Purslane Is A Telomerase Activator
EGCG down-regulates telomerase in human breast carcinoma MCF-7 cells, leading to suppression of cell viability and induction of apoptosis.
Resveratrol down-regulates the growth and telomerase activity of breast cancer cells in vitro.
Effect of resveratrol on proliferation and telomerase activity of human colon cancer cells in vitro.
The tea polyphenols EGCG and EGC repress mRNA expression of human telomerase reverse transcriptase (hTERT) in carcinoma cells.
Epigenetic and genetic mechanisms contribute to telomerase inhibition by EGCG.
Resveratrol reduces endothelial progenitor cells senescence through augmentation of telomerase activity by Akt-dependent mechanisms.
Purslane suggested anti-mutagenic properties:
Note: Research links are not direct research done with the Vi-Telometry product and are not intended to suggests such affiliation. Information is provided only as educational material to provide the reader with an introduction to telomerase and potential herb-associated properties of Vi-Telometry constituents. The provision of this research does not suggests or claim Vi-Telometry to possess such activity nor suggests any drug-based effects as outlined by the FDA.