Episode Show Notes:
Researchers find a molecule that promotes muscle health when it's magnetized by Cameron Duke
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- Three-Tier Biomarker Discovery Platform for Ageing Frailty. (n.d.). Healthylongevitychallenge.org. Retrieved December 13, 2020, from https://healthylongevitychallenge.org/winners/three-tier-biomarker-discovery-platform-for-ageing-frailty/
- Yap, J. L. Y., Tai, Y. K., Fröhlich, J., Fong, C. H. H., Yin, J. N., Foo, Z. L., Ramanan, S., Beyer, C., Toh, S. J., Casarosa, M., Bharathy, N., Kala, M. P., Egli, M., Taneja, R., Lee, C. N., & Franco‐Obregón, A. (2019). Ambient and supplemental magnetic fields promote myogenesis via a TRPC1‐mitochondrial axis: evidence of a magnetic mitohormetic mechanism. The FASEB Journal, 33(11), 12853–12872. https://doi.org/10.1096/fj.201900057r
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