LONGEVITY: Per:Timeless proteins

Michael Lorrey (retroman@tpk.net)
Thu, 02 Jan 1997 20:29:54 -0500

Just read in the local paper about a new study on the way "per" and
"timeless" proteins interact to control the circadian clock and aging.

Does this mean the more time I spend in bed, the longer I will live? Is
this the key to "warm" long term hybernation? Will this threaten
cryonics? ANy expert opinions/facts/fiction out there?


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