Scientists manage to revive a woman’s skin cells within 30 years with Dolly sheep technology

  • Pallap Ghosh
  • Science Reporter, BBC News

Image source, Fatima Santos


This enlarged cell belongs to a 52-year-old woman. However, it acts like a 23-year-old woman’s cell.

Researchers have managed to regenerate the skin cells of a 53-year-old woman in parallel with the skin cells of a 23-year-old woman.

Scientists at the University of Cambridge in the UK believe it can do the same in other tissues in the body.

The ultimate goal is to develop treatment for age-related diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and neurological disorders.

The technology is based on the techniques used to create Dolly, a sheep that was cloned 25 years ago.

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