The Quest for Height: Grow Taller | Increase Height | Bone Size

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Growing Taller: How Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Microfractures, Hydrostatic Pressure, and Periosteum makes increasing height...

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Inhibiting growth plate ossification without inhibiting growth

[...] is inhibited so is growth like when MMP13 is inhibited for example.  However, in the chicken growth plate, ossification can be inhibited without affecting longitudinal bone growth.  If we apply this [...]

Zone of Ranvier

[...] growth plates. Here's an image of the zone of ranvier: From Normal Bone Formation. "The growth plate may be divided anatomically into three components: a cartilaginous component, itself divided [...]

Inhibiting Estrogen to Increase Height

[...] of estrogen action by aromatase inhibitors (AIs) appears to decelerate the process of growth plate fusion[Note delaying growth plate fusion may not increase final height if growth velocity does [...]

Growth Plate Regeneration

[...] mechanical means. One interesting theory he presents is that the osseous bridge formed during growth plate fracture decreases height by decreasing blood flow to the growth plate.  Blood flow has been [...]

Grow Taller by your periosteum?

[...] chondrocyte-seeded sheets adjacent to periosteum-wrapped midshaft halves established cartilage growth plates resembling normal tissue in vivo. Sheets adjacent to midshafts without periosteum had [...]

Grow Taller by your periosteum?

[...] chondrocyte-seeded sheets adjacent to periosteum-wrapped midshaft halves established cartilage growth plates resembling normal tissue in vivo. Sheets adjacent to midshafts without periosteum had [...]

How to Grow Taller if your Growth Plates are still open

[...] or differentiate when the stem cells differentiate into them.  The difference between growth plates open or not is that if your growth plates are "closed" you need to first initiate [...]

How to Grow Taller if your Growth Plates are still open

[...] or differentiate when the stem cells differentiate into them.  The difference between growth plates open or not is that if your growth plates are "closed" you need to first initiate [...]

The Grow Taller Diet

[...] this post up due to the last study listed which has interesting insights on maternal diet and height growth. {I've seen a lot of "grow tall" websites that espouse the benefits of Alfalfa and [...]

Grow Taller with Folinic Acid

[...] regime. Hypermethylation of the growth plate chondrocytes may be a way to induce supranatural height growth.  DNA Methyltransferase stopping the addition of methyl groups to stem cell chondrocytes in [...]

Lateral Synovial Joint Loading Supplement Guide

[...] are testosterone boosters and have a role in the nitric oxide pathway which can increase height growth: -Tribulus Terristris -Horny Goat Weed -Niacin(enhances the bodies response to HGH when taken [...]

Do fats and sugars affect your height gain?

[...] beneficial but a high fat diet may cause additional inflammatory factors that can be bad for height growth. Study on the effect of T-2 toxin combined with low nutrition diet on rat epiphyseal plate [...]

Grow Taller by manipulating ERK1/2?

[...] to a dynamic mechanical compression stimulus previously demonstrated to induce chondrogenic differentiation of the cells with and without the addition of PD98059, a selective inhibitor for the [...]

Grow tall by lengthening your telomeres?

[...] as a promoter of MSC proliferation and osteoblastic differentiation while inhibiting chondrogenic differentiation." "caveolin-1 overexpression has been correlated with human MSC senescence& [...]

Ectopic chondro-ossification with LSJL

[...] growth plates in cartilage can be seen.  However, his statements of belief that chondrogenic differentiation can occur in vivo in MSCs if the proper mechanical and biochemical stimulation can [...]

Does coffee stunt growth?

[...] . At minimum caffeine delays growth by inhibiting calcium secretions which allow for chondrogenic differentiation.  Since the goal of LSJL is to induce chondrogenic differentiation, caffeine should [...]

The osteochondral endplate

[...] The osteochondral endplate is the place where the articular cartilage meets the bone.  What we've learned about plastic deformation is that is a threshold strain [...]

AKG for height augmentation?

[...] .  Above is femoral growth plate. Above is tibial growth plate. Above is the increase in articular cartilage thickness and the difference is pretty big(28%).  Unfortunately, articular cartilage [...]

More LSJL studies on longitudinal growth!

[...] often associated with an increased risk of developing cartilage defects, and changes in the articular cartilage integrity are linked to remodeling responses in the underlying bone. Although mechanisms [...]

Optimal Loads for Lateral Joint Loading

[...] excessive loads favor osteogenesis over chondrogenesis?  Or do you also need to load the articular cartilage to activate certain factors that favor chondrogenesis like Sox9 and TGF-Beta? Signalling [...]

Micro-Growth Plates by LSJL

[...] Pellet Size and Oxygen Concentration. "Chondrocytes dedifferentiate{in endochondral ossification chondrocytes die out rather than transdifferentiate into bone type cells so it's [...]

CTGF(CCN2), height increase target gene

[...]  CCN2 could increase adult height by accelerating the rate of endochondral ossification but keeping the epiphyseal growth plate the same size resulting in more growth.  CCN2 is [...]

Creating a pro-chondrogenic microenvironment

[...] in 1979 so there's no hope to contact for length data. The emergence of mechanoregulated endochondral ossification in evolution. "stable fractures with small gaps between bone ends can undergo [...]

Grow taller by eating deer antlers?

[...] FGF-4, cbfa1 and osterix" Lentiviral-mediated RNAi knockdown of Cbfa1 gene inhibits endochondral ossification of antler stem cells in micromass culture. "we silenced expression of Cbfa1 [in [...]

Chondrosarcoma to LSJL gene expression

[...] in LSJL were very similar to the genes upregulated in chondrogenic human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells(41.1%).  This provides further evidence that LSJL can cause chondroinduction in aged [...]

egr1

[...] by changes in the cellular microenvironment. At the onset of chondrogenesis, resting mesenchymal stem cells are mobilized in vivo and a complex, step-wise chondrogenic differentiation program is [...]

Creating a pro-chondrogenic microenvironment

[...] by their multi-differentiation capacity and the surface phenotype markers typical of mesenchymal stem cells. Passage-7 hfSFs were plated on either conventional plastic flasks (P) or ECM deposited [...]

Micro-Growth Plates by LSJL

[...] that retain some chondrocyte epigenetic material, for LSJL we have to rely on regular mesenchymal stem cells} during ex vivo expansion on 2-dimensional surfaces. Aggregation of the expanded cells [...]

Stannioncalcin 1 & 2: Two targets for inhibition for height growth

[...] human STC (rhSTC). After 3 days, rhSTC suppressed metatarsal growth, growth plate chondrocyte proliferation and hypertrophy/differentiation, and extracellular matrix synthesis. In addition, rhSTC [...]

New Growth Spurt by inhibiting DHEA?

[...] height is not stated]. In our study, DHEA suppressed metatarsal growth, growth plate chondrocyte proliferation, and hypertrophy/differentiation. In addition, DHEA increased the number of apoptotic [...]

Grow Taller with Tetramethylpyrazine?

[...] rhizome Ligusticum / Szechuan lovage rhizome Tetramethylpyrazine (TMP) promotes chondrocyte proliferation via pushing the progression of cell cycle "Tetramethylpyrazine (TMP) is the major [...]

Flurbiprofen(Grow Taller by manipulating Lymphocyte count)

[...] growth about 25%.  The trends of maximal chondrocyte hypertrophy size and rate of chondrocyte proliferation were less consistent and dramatic.  Longitudinal growth was less at 2.5mg per day than [...]

The Resting Zone of the Growth Plate

[...] influence or protein synthesis and that membrane response depends on the stage of chondrocyte differentiation. Changes in PLA2 activity may change membrane fluidity and may be a mechanism by which [...]

The Resting Zone of the Growth Plate

[...] influence or protein synthesis and that membrane response depends on the stage of chondrocyte differentiation. Changes in PLA2 activity may change membrane fluidity and may be a mechanism by which [...]

The genes associated with human height development

[...] ) -EFEMP1-PNPT1(EFEMP1 may play a role in cell adhesion and migration and may inhibit chondrocyte differentiation, overexpression stimulates proliferation and supresses chondrocyte differentiation, [...]

Comparison of cyclic compressive loading gene expression to LSJL gene expression

[...] postprecartilage condensation stages" "overexpression of c-Fos gene inhibited chondrocyte differentiation of ATDC5 chondrogenic cells" "During the 4-hour compression test, gene [...]

Grow taller by eating deer antlers?

[...] upregulated in gene antlers: Sprouty 1 homolog Gas2 Bmpr2 Glypican 3 Detailed comparison to LSJL genes to be done. "unlike in the growth plate cartilage, the antler cartilage is densely [...]

Inhibiting growth plate ossification without inhibiting growth

[...] and cell proliferation, and bone development." Detailed comparison of these genes to LSJL genes to be done.  Unfortunately, I could not find a comparison of normal chicken to human growth [...]

Optimal Loads for Lateral Joint Loading

[...] 1 day as that would be the time frame closest to that of the LSJL gene expression study.  LSJL genes were taken at 49 hours.  Column A is the observed profile.  ILR1(although in LSJL it's [...]

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Inhibiting growth plate ossification without inhibiting growth

[...] is inhibited so is growth like when MMP13 is inhibited for example.  However, in the chicken growth plate, ossification can be inhibited without affecting longitudinal bone growth.  If we apply this [...]

Zone of Ranvier

[...] growth plates. Here's an image of the zone of ranvier: From Normal Bone Formation. "The growth plate may be divided anatomically into three components: a cartilaginous component, itself divided [...]

Inhibiting Estrogen to Increase Height

[...] of estrogen action by aromatase inhibitors (AIs) appears to decelerate the process of growth plate fusion[Note delaying growth plate fusion may not increase final height if growth velocity does [...]

Growth Plate Regeneration

[...] mechanical means. One interesting theory he presents is that the osseous bridge formed during growth plate fracture decreases height by decreasing blood flow to the growth plate.  Blood flow has been [...]

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