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A genetic cause of age-related decline

Nature volume 551, pages 179180 (09 November 2017) | Download Citation

Genetic variation in a neuropeptide signalling pathway regulates age-related declines in health in nematode worms. This discovery points to a mechanism that influences individual differences in ageing. See Article p.198

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  1. Patrick T. McGrath is at the School of Biological Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332, USA.

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