From: Joao Pedro de Magalhaes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 18 2002 - 02:59:31 MST
There seems to be a problem with my online subscription to Science. How much
was the increase in life span?
It's a funny study -- particullarly if it does't use the dauer state -- and
reminds me of the work of Van Zant from Kentucky. He claims that stem cells
are responsible for aging and the differences in longevity found in mammals.
Something like: the more backup stem cells a species has, the slower it will
age. Here's an article:
De Haan, G., and Van Zant, G. (1999). "Genetic analysis of hemopoietic cell
cycling in mice suggests its involvement in organismal life span." Faseb J
>Stem cells for eggs and sperm also control aging in
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