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New research raises further questions about the role of sirtuins in aging.
Researchers are able to predict individuals’ ages from DNA modifications in their saliva.
Research on Amish people reveals a link between a rare genetic pattern and healthy aging.
Scientists can predict who will live past 100 using a subset of 150 genetic variations.
Drugs that mimic the molecular effect are under development.
Researchers have identified a genetic tweak that can slow aging in mice.
Rapamycin, an immunosuppressant, enables elderly mice to live longer.
Gerontology pioneer Leonard Hayflick discusses the biological causes of aging.