|GNaan vs viGNaan story: AN EXCITING NEW PILL COMING SO THAT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO EXERCISE TO KEEP HEALTHY....|
Posted by Champaklal Dajibhai Mistry on August 8, 2008
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Today, on the next page, an example of the
continuing viGNaan's life-destroying potential but wealth producing
potential for the greedy is published....through a news of the up and
coming pill which when taken would make your body muscles function as if
you were doing physical exercise which is required to keep you healthy
in a natural way.....although at this stage it has worked on mice just
most of other pharmaceutical discoveries...humans will find a way to
work on your body....but they will tell you about its debilitating
harmful negative side after the greedy humans have made money off you to
get wealthy at the expense of your natural good health gift from your
potato HI-SI fantasy: exercise in a pill........ span>Drug offers plenty of promise,
potential for abuse
1 Aug 2008: MARGARET MUNRO
Exercise in pill form was unveiled Thursday — along with a warning that
Olympians in Beijing could be tested for abusing the medications that
transform mice into long-distance runners.
The drugs “gThe drugs “genetically reprogram” muscle fibres, mimicking many of the
effects of exercise, say researchers who describe the impact on rodents
There is a good chance the drugs will work in humans and enable athletes
to boost their endurance, says molecular biologist Ronald Evans, who
heads the team at the Salk Institute in California. He also envisions
the drugs giving couch potatoes a workout and helping bed-ridden
individuals stay in shape.
His team is reporting in the journal Cell that mice given the
experimental medications ran up to a kilometre, or 68 per cent, farther
than untreated mice.
The drugs, which are taken orally, are readily available from laboratory
supply companies. While not approved for human use, there is concern
some athletes may already be taking them to try to shave time off their
The World Anti-Doping Agency is aware of the possibility and has been
working with Evans “to develop and implement ways to detect these
molecules,” says Frederic Donze, senior media relations manager for the
Montreal-based agency that will check for a longlist of
performance-enhancing drugs in Beijing.
The molecules, known as GW1516 and AICAR, mimic many of the
physiological effects of exercise, says Evans, who describes them as
“exercise pills” that trick muscles into “believing” and performing as
if they have been working out. r />
In their research paper, they describe how the drugs genetically
reprogram muscle fibres to burn fat and contract repeatedly without
In what Evans describes as a “couch-potato experiment” they treated
sedentary mice with AICAR for a month before putting them on a
treadmill. Remarkably, the treated mice ran almost 600 metres in 40
minutes, or 44 per cent longer, than untreated mice.
They report GW1516 had an even more dramatic effect, but only when
coupled with exercise. The scientists had mice run 30 minutes a day for
a month, with one group also receiving GW1516.
When the mice were put on the treadmill after four weeks, the
GW1516treated mice ran more than three hours and three kilometres, or 68
per cent farther than the mice that had only done exercise training. .
Trials to test how the drugs affect human muscles and endurance have yet
to start, but Evans said in an interview that there is “a very good
chance” there will be a similar response in humans. Several companies
already distribute the compounds for use in research, including Toronto
Research Chemicals Inc., which sells AICAR for $120 a gram.
Evans sees plenty of potential for use, and abuse, of the drugs to try
to improve endurance.
“We’re not trying to bypass the need to exercise,” says Evans. “But the
idea that you could have exercise in a pill has a lot of potential
benefits and could have widespread and valuable use.”
He says the drugs might offer “a jump start” to people who are so obese
they cannot exercise and might also counter the muscle-wasting effects
of aging and diseases such as muscular dystrophy.
Couch potatoes and people who simply don’t get enough exercise might
also benefit by popping a pill while watching TV, he says.
The sporting world has long been aware of the work in Evans’s lab, which
made international headlines in 2004 by genetically engineering a
“marathon mouse” that ran twice as far as normal mice. The mouse was
made by enhancing the activity of a gene called PPARdelta, which
regulates many of the genes in muscle.
The marathon mouse raised much concern about “gene doping” by athletes.
But reprogramming genes in humans is complicated, dangerous, unethical,
and likely still years away, says UBC’s Rupert, who is working to devise
a gene-doping test for the World Anti-Doping Agency.
AICAR and GW1516 promise a much easier way to rev up muscle genes as the
compounds work on the same genetic pathways used to create the marathon
mouse. They provide a chemical signal that “reprograms the skeletal
muscle genome and dramatically enhances endurance,” Evans’s group
reports. Anti-doping officials are trying to stave off abuse. The
anti-doping agency received “key information” from Evans in order to
develop and implement ways to detect the molecules, says Donze.
The agency is not revealing whether it will test for AICAR and GW1516 in
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