A brand new article in Sciencemag.org presents a study demonstrating how pathological fibrosis increases with age, but how NRF2 activation in mice was able to reverse the damage and repair lung capacity and fibrosis (scar tissue) resolution.
This is a promising study because the current treatments of
The abstract concludes with the following promising statement. “The studies suggest that restoration of Nox4-Nrf2 redox balance in myofibroblasts may be a therapeutic strategy in age-associated fibrotic disorders, potentially able to resolve persistent fibrosis or even reverse its progression.”
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