2/12/2015 – Tiny fish makes big splash in aging research at Stanford

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Researchers disabled aging-associated genes in the short-lived African killifish, including one for an enzyme called telomerase, whose absence caused humanlike disease in the animal.

Among the researchers are Center on Longevity faculty affiliates Anne Brunet and Steven Artandi, and former postdoctoral scholar Dario Riccardo Valenzano.

Read the full article at Stanford Medicine.

Affiliate News 2015, Longevity News 2015

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