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Tips for Raising Klotho Protein Levels

The Klotho protein occurs naturally in the human body. Scientists have been interested in this protein for years because of its links to anti-aging capabilities. Individuals with higher levels of this protein may have a slower aging process, have improved brain...

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Klotho Early Biomarker for Chronic Kidney Disease

Klotho is defined as a transmembrane protein that is detected mainly in the brain and kidneys. Klotho is also expressed in kidney distal convoluted tubules and parathyroid cells, and it mediates the role of FGF-23 (a protein that is encoded by the FGF23 gene) in...

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Fountain of Youth…Klotho: The Anti-Aging Gene

There has been a lot of focus recently on a specific protein called Klotho. It was first discovered in Japan approximately 20 years ago, and it has been a significant focus of the medical industry. A lot of people are paying attention to this protein because it may...

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Biological Role of Anti-Aging Protein Klotho

Klotho is an anti-aging protein that is mostly detected in the kidney and brain. It was first identified in mice as an aging suppressor. Overexpression of this gene extends one's lifespan, while a deficiency can lead to aging faster or even early death. This gene...

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Klotho the Anti-Aging Gene

The Klotho (KL) gene was identified as an anti-aging gene and has produced insights into how the aging process works. Researchers have uncovered several functions of Klotho, but future research should investigate the location of Klotho receptors and downstream...

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Klotho Anti-Aging Research Reveals Treatment Potential

Aging brings all sorts of problems no matter how well people take care of their bodies. Part of the reason why is the decline of the Klotho gene present in our bodies with every year that passes. A primary concern arising includes how declines of Klothos have on...

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Klotho Effect on Cardiovascular Functioning

According to numerous studies, the Klotho protein seems to have a positive effect on the body. For example, it may contribute to heart health and cardiovascular maintenance. Considering that various CVDs caused 32 percent of all worldwide deaths in 2019, this could...