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C-60 fullerenes not toxic to rats - actually increase lifespan

In a study designed to measure the toxicity of 'buckyballs' (spherical molecules of 60 carbon atoms, also one of the largest objects shown to exhibit particle-wave duality) researchers instead found the lives of their little furry test subjects lengthened.
A French study has found that including buckyballs in a rat's diet can result in greatly increased lifespan.
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That's fascinating. Now we must figure out why. (The answer to why could be useful!)
Hi +Gary Longsine. They get into that to some extent. ".. oxidative stress in particular is significantly reduced in rats by chronic oral ingestion of an olive oil/C-60 solution".
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