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青春之泉充满了年轻人的鲜血吗?

The Story of Elizabeth Bathory

by iHorror 特约撰稿人
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出生在1560, Countess Elizabeth Bathory is considered the most prolific female serial killer in history, accused of torturing and killing hundreds of young girls between 1585 and 1610. But it was her unconventional bathing habits that made her such an infamous figure, as she was allegedly known to bathe in the blood of her victims, convinced that the fountain of youth literally flowed from the veins and arteries of young people.

你说疯话的疯子吗? 好吧,虽然不能否认Bathory是个疯狂的bit子,但似乎她实际上可能在从事某件事……

所报告的 纽约时报, two teams of scientists published studies on Sunday that jointly confirm Bathory’s blood bath belief, as they’ve determined that the blood of young mice does indeed rejuvenate the brains and cells of older mice. Experiments testing this belief date back to the 1950s, when Cornell University professor Clive M. McCay literally joined together two rats, in such a way that their vessels grew together and blood flowed from one to the other. McCay noted back then that the cartilage of the older rat eventually ended up looking much younger than it normally would have, though at the time nobody quite knew how it happened.

麦凯的实验大约在十年前在斯坦福大学恢复,当时神经病学教授托马斯·兰多(Thomas A. Rando)和他的团队使用类似的方法将成年小鼠和成年小鼠结合在一起,历时五周。 老年小鼠不仅以年轻的速度生长新的肝细胞,而且它们的肌肉愈合速度也与年轻小鼠的一样快,这证实了麦凯早先的观察结果。

Rando研究小组的一个名为Amy J. Wagers的成员在最近几年进行了更进一步的实验,发现了一种特殊的蛋白质,这种蛋白质在年轻小鼠的血液中含量很高,而在老年小鼠的血液中却没有。 Wagers分离出该蛋白质并将其注射到年长的小鼠体内,观察到该蛋白质使他们的干细胞恢复了活力,使他们的心脏焕发了活力,使他们的大脑更加聪明,并增强了他们的耐力。 用外行的话来说,老老鼠本质上又变年轻了,恢复了以前的自我。

下一步? 对我们的人类进行类似的测试,以找出我们是否也可以从消耗年轻血液中受益。 所以要当心,年轻人。 我们为您服务!