Several published preclinical studies demonstrate that supplementing with nicotinamide riboside significantly increases NAD⁺ levels and is associated with a 50–100% increase in the expression of certain sirtuin genes. However, no published human studies have yet examined the effect on sirtuin activity. Studies in this area also vary in model, design, dosage, duration, and the types of sirtuins analyzed.
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