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“Dorian Gray” gene delays onset of aging

| | May 8, 2013

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American researchers found that the gene, which has previously been implicated in Parkinson’s Disease, extended the healthy lifespan of fruit flies by more than 25 per cent.

They said that the research could have important implications for ageing and disease in humans.

VIew the full story here: Dorian Gray gene could add decades to life

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