ALT-711, capable of eliminating lipofucin? A few abstracts.

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Sat Jan 9 09:15:02 EST 1999


On Sat, 09 Jan 1999 08:21:28 GMT, ufotruth at ix.netcom.com wrote:

 Although age pigments can
>be produced from different types of biological materials, the
>crosslinking of carbonyl and amino compounds is a common toxiferous
>process during biological life. In the context of various aging
>phenomena and degenerative diseases, this process may constitute an
>essential mechanism of aging--the carbonyl toxification process of
>biological aging.
>

First of all thanks for the good abstracts.  Second, I might embarrass
myself here, but isn't a carbonyl/amino joining together what makes a
polypeptide?  I don't understand how that is toxic.

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