The epigenome of newborns and centenarians is different

| June 13, 2012
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What happens in our cells after one hundred years? What is the difference at the molecular level between a newborn and a centenary? Is it a gradual or a sudden change? Is it possible to reverse the aging process? What are the molecular keys to longevity? These central questions in biology, physiology and human medicine have been the focus of study by researchers for decades.

View the original article here: The epigenome of newborns and centenarians is different – Science Codex

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