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People who live past 105 years old have genes that stop DNA damage

People who live past 105 years old have genes that stop DNA damage

Genes that limit DNA damage may help people live past 105 People who reach a very old age may have their genes to thank. Genetic variants that help to prevent DNA mutations and repair any that do occur have been found in supercentenarians and semi-supercentenarians – people who reach the ages of...

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Claudio Franceschi Italy University of Bologna

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