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Negative Outcomes
Exceeding Dosages

Overdosing Dedifferentiation Therepy (OSKM), Human Growth Hormone (HGH)

  • For Thymus Fat Fraction regeneration by 7 years with Human Growth Hormone caused "intracranial pressure" and "blood glucose imbalance" symptoms of :
    • Looking pale (pallor)
    • Shakiness
    • Dizziness or lightheadedness
    • Sweating
    • Hunger or nausea
    • An irregular or fast heartbeat
    • Difficulty concentrating
    • Feeling weak and having no energy (fatigue)
  • Dedifferentiation | is a transient (short-lived) process by which cells become less specialised and return to an earlier cell state within the same lineage
  • Partial Reprogramming is the result of large-scale changes in the epigenetic profile and gene-expression pattern of a cell, induced by the over-expression of key transcription factors, which regulate and maintain the pluripotent cell state (CpG sites, histones : a type of protein found in chromosomes). Potentially removing "non genetic damage" with "waste products" yield better results in combination with partial reprogramming.