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Healthy Centenarians Preserve Epigenomic Profile of Youngin's

News   Dec 24, 2018

 
Cell-free DNA: a Biomarker of Aging?

An electron micrograph of DNA packed on nucleosomes. Black brackets highlight individual nucleosomes, black arrowheads point to nucleosome core particles, white arrowheads to linker DNA. The scale bar indicates 50 nm. Image credit: Chris Woodcock

 
 
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