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Jun 6, 2020

Rapamycin Fights Gum Disease and Spurs Bone Growth in Older Mice

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

Rapamycin, a drug that has life-extending effects on mice (and possibly dogs and humans), also reverses age-related dental problems in mice. 🦷 Out now in eLife from researchers at The University of Washington School of Dentistry & JAX’s Kaczorowski Lab:


Rapamycin, which has life-extending effects on mice, also reverses age-related dental problems such as periodontitis and regrows bones in the animals.

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