New Research Could Slow Human Aging

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schliz writes “A team of scientists from Japan and New Zealand have helped baker’s yeast live 50% longer than usual by artificially stabilizing a genetic sequence called ribosomal DNA. The study’s authors say that rDNA is a ‘hot spot for production of the aging signal.’ Because rDNA genes are very similar in yeast and humans, they say their experiment is a first step towards anti-aging drugs.” Read more of this story at Slashdot.

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New Research Could Slow Human Aging

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