|human body regenerates heart cells at a rate of about 1% a yeaR.....SWEDEN STUDY PROVES...|
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on April 13, 2009
A HUMAN HEART-THE MOST
VITAL ORGAN IN HUMAN BODY
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A HUMAN CELL
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SCIENCE CONTIUALLY FINDING OUT HUMAN BODY HAS SELF-REGENERATIVE
It is only recently that scientists found that cells can self-regenerate
in the human body which turned on its head the old theory that cells in
brain die continuously without replacement...
Now the scientists have discovered that the human body
regenerates heart cells at a rate of about 1% a year....once
again negating the previous knowledge that heart muscle usually simply
forms scar tissue after damage and never
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designs, creates, sustains and cyclically recreates life not only in the
universe we live but in infinite number of universes that gets
continually created by the Creator using vED and absorbed back in the
Creator using VED.....
Talking about the human body, the world
famous Dr. Deepak Chopra has said that the human body is the greatest
pharmacy on this planet earth and thus can cure any diseases by
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current science supplemented by his inherent genetic bias towards vED
sciences knowledge.....as can be seen from his sharing of life knowledge
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Heart can regenerate cells: br />
ffinds Sweden study
Globe & Mail:
April 3, 2009: Kylie MacLellan, Reuters
London - Scientists said on Thursday they had shown the human body
regenerates heart cells at a rate of about 1% a year, a discovery that
could one day reduce the need for transplants. br />
The study of 50 volunteers, using a dating method that detects traces of
a carbon isotope left by Cold War nuclear bomb tests, raises the
prospect of artificially stimulating the renewal process some day, they
reported in the journal Science.
&"It would be a way to try and help the heart to some self-help rather
than transplanting new cells," Jonas Frisen of Sweden's Karolinska
Institute said in a telephone interview.
"Taking advantage of the heart's own capacity to generate new cells
either using pharmaceutical compounds or, if it is possible, by exercise
or any other environmental factor." br />
Heart cells are unusual in that they stop dividing early in life.
Doctors knew there were master cells called stem cells in the heart, but
heart muscle usually simply forms scar tissue after damage and never
In their four-year study, Frisen and colleagues employed an ingenious
method to find out whether there is any regeneration at all.
"So at any given time your heart is a mosaic of cells you carry with you
from birth and cells that that have been added later to replace cells
that have been lost during life."
The finding could also help scientists determine whether some people are
predisposed to heart disease, by looking at the heart's ability to renew
"We are interested in studying whether some heart diseases could
potentially be caused by too low an ability to replace heart cells,"
'Your heart is a mosaic of cells'
"The DNA of all plant and animal cells incorporated high concentrations
of carbon-14 released into the atmosphere by above-ground nuclear
testing during the Cold War, and this unfortunate episode provides a
unique opportunity to test cell population dynamics in human tissues,"
Charles Murry of the University of Washington and Richard Lee of Harvard
Medical School wrote in a commentary.
Carbon-14 dating showed that overall, the hearts of their 50 volunteers
were "younger" than the patients' ages.
Frisen said the rate at which the new cells are produced slows as we get
older, with a young adult in their twenties renewing cells at a rate of
about 1% a year, falling to half a percent a year by the age of 75.
"If you exchange cells at this rate it means that even if you live a
very long life you will not have exchanged more than 50% of your cells,"
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