Sirt4 Gene Able to Extend Healthy Fly Lifespan

News   Jan 30, 2018 | Original Story from Brown University

 
Sirt4 Gene Able to Extend Healthy Fly Lifespan

Sirt4 (in green) in mitochondria (in red) of cells, with superimposed image on right (overlap in yellow). Credit: Jason Green

 
 
 

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