Longevity genes interconnected

An international group of scientists performed a comprehensive analysis and found that most genes that increase lifespan when overexpressed or mutated, as well as genetic and epigenetic mechanisms involved in regulation of longevity, are highly interconnected and related to stress response. Read more and read the abstract in Cell Cycle.


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