The immune modulators as geroprotectors: the geroprophylactic effect of transfer-factor

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Biologically active dietary supplement «Transfer-factor» obtained from cow colostrums by the company «4 Life Research Co» (the USA) has positive impact on the immune characteristics of the old laboratory animals and displays the complex gero-prophylaxis influence on the mice's physical state, dynamometric figures of the animals, the metabolism and the free radical mechanisms of ageing. «Transfer-factor» renews the cellular potential growth of old animals' tissues to the values specific for the young age. It can be used for the tissue regeneration activation with the purpose of their healing. As important is the described in the work anti-stress action of this remedy on the immune system and its protection impact on the age-specific and alimentary obesity.

V I Dontsov

The National Gerontology Center

Московский государственный медико-стоматологический университетул. Делегатская, 20, стр. 1, Москва, Россия, 103473; Национальный геронтологический центр; The National Gerontology Center

V N Krutko

The National Gerontology Center

Институт системного анализа РАНпроспект 60-летия Октября, 9, Москва, Россия, 117312; Национальный геронтологический центр; The National Gerontology Center

A A Kudashov

OOO «VNIPIM»

OOO «VNIPIM»

V A Santalova

The peoples' friendship university of Russia

Экологический факультет; Российский университет дружбы народов; The peoples' friendship university of Russia

A Ya Chizhov

The National Gerontology Center

Экологический факультетРоссийский университет дружбы народовПодольское шоссе, 8/5, 113093, Москва, Россия; Национальный геронтологический центр; The National Gerontology Center

M A Vanyukhina

The National Gerontology Center

Экологический факультетРоссийский университет дружбы народовПодольское шоссе, 8/5, 113093, Москва, Россия; Институт системного анализа РАН; The National Gerontology Center

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