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Immortal Man: Will the ‘immortal’ man be? Hide the key in Lobster Man may become immortal thanks to new discovery of lobsterNews WAALI

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Washington: “Janmeel mureh mureh, Amar ki katha kabi…”, this is not just a line of poetry, it is the essence of life. It is also true that since the beginning of civilization, people have been trying to change this great fact of life. Scientists are claiming that the latest discovery will fulfill that wish. They claim that even human beings can become immortal. And that […]

Immortal Man: Will the 'immortal' man be?  Hide the key in the lobster

Lobster (image courtesy of Pixels)

Washington: “Janmali mori teho, amar ki katha kabi…”, this is not just a line of poetry, but the essence of life. It is also true that since the beginning of civilization, people have been trying to change this great fact of life. Scientists are claiming that the latest discovery will fulfill that wish. They claim that even human beings can become immortal. And the key to achieving that goal is lobster.

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Like all species on earth, the human body develops to a certain stage of adulthood. Can repair all damage in the body. But, after that, the human body gradually lost its ability to repair itself. The losses began to accumulate. And once this physical machine stopped forever.

The only exception is lobster. They do not die of old age. People kill them either as food. Or, when the shell is replaced as it grows, the old shell dies of exhaustion during the molting process. The secret to the lobster’s incredible longevity is the ‘telomerase’ enzyme. This enzyme is known as the ‘Enzyme of Emirate’.

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Telomerase increases the number of cell divisions before the cell dies or becomes inactive, the stage in which the human body begins to break down and eventually dies. This enzyme is present in many cells of the lobster’s body. Few cells in the human body have active telomeres. This enzyme is found mainly in stem cells. This is because stem cells can repair themselves for a long time. As a result, their lifespan is long. But, the lifespan of other cells in our body is very short. Naturally, the key to a long life would be to increase the number of cells containing telomeres in our body. Scientists are now looking for a way.

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