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The Genetic Architecture of a Long Life

News   Apr 15, 2020 | Original story from Clemson University

 
The Genetic Architecture of a Long Life

Trudy Mackay (left) and Robert Anholt's latest research quantified variation in life span in the fruit fly genome, providing valuable insights for preserving health in elderly humans. Credit: Pete Martin/Clemson College of Science.

 
 
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