Sirtuin 1 is Linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Global Diseases
Ian James Martins
Department Neurosciences, Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute, Australia
*Corresponding Author: Ian James Martins, Department Neurosciences, Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute, Australia.
December 29, 2021; Published: January 18, 2022
Keywords: Inflammatory Bowel Disease; Sirtuin 1; Chronic Disease; Nutrition; Therapy
The global chronic disease epidemic has become of major concern to various individuals in the developing and developed world. In the developing world the global increase in chronic diseases such as NAFLD and neurodegenerative diseases that now afflict millions of individuals in various countries is possibly associated with environmental xenobiotics . The anti-aging gene sirtuin 1 (Sirt1) is involved with the regulation of various anti-aging genes that control cell survival associated with mitochondrial biogenesis and programmed cell death . Interests in Sirt 1 have increased since it may repress with effects on other genes and their cellular expression with importance to the induction of obesity, diabetes, NAFLD and accelerated neurodegenerative disease .
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