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It Is Possible to Extend Life Without Any Genetic Modification, Study Suggests

News   Oct 18, 2019 | Original story from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre

 
It Is Possible to Extend Life Without Any Genetic Modification, Study Suggests

Images of fat, liver, and skin of adult mice with normal or hyper-long telomeres. In blue, nuclei; in red, telomeres. Telomeres of adult cells that are derived from the animals with the so-called hyper-long telomeres are brighter, indicating longer telomeres through adult life. Credit: CNIO.

 
 
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