How Do We Regulate Telomere Length?

The effects of biological aging, cell proliferation, oxidative stress, and others play a key role in the regulation of telomere length. It is due to their action on telomeres that there exist a number of natural or derived compounds that can regulate telomere length through these mechanisms. A number of products are currently on the market that have been evaluated in vitro and in vivo and have shown positive effects.

Natural Compounds Analysis on Telomere Length
Some natural compounds are known to have this positive effect on telomeres. To be able to apply them efficiently and safely in therapeutic studies, it is valuable to analyze their toxicological/physiological profiles and to assess their telomeric mechanisms of action.

Antioxidants Analysis on Telomere Length
Numerous studies have shown the oxidative stress status of the individual affects the telomere status, which telomere length can be regulated through oxidative stress. Therefore, the use of antioxidants may have the effect of slowing down the rate of telomere shortening and thus slowing down aging.

Therapeutic Drugs Analysis on Telomere Length
Telomeres can be beneficially lengthened with medication. Telomere wear is strongly associated with the onset of age-related disease and death, and thus there is increasing interest in the specific effects of relevant therapeutic drugs on telomere length.