Russian scientists claim to be making progress in adapting an 'eternal' bacteria called Bacillus F (pictured) to improve the longevity of humans.
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'But we do not know yet exactly how it works.'Tests on living organisms, notably human blood cells, mice (pictured left), fruit flies and crops (right), all show a positive impact, the researchers said, but more work is needed before to explore its raw power The bacteria, seen as a potential elixir of life, was found in 2009 in ancient permafrost in Yakutia, Siberia - an area known for its ancient mummified remains.
An image of the landscape in the north west of Russia is shown The autopsy took place at the Institute of Medicine within the North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk and experts said the results will 'greatly help' the research of ancient dog species, reported The Siberian Times.
The scale and complicity of the question are nearly the same.' In future, the bacteria (pictured) could improve the health of humans, leading to the discovery of an 'elixir of life', Dr Viktor Chernyavsky said.
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