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Lifespan News – Mutations in Centenarians

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On this week’s episode of Lifespan News, Brent Nally discusses alpha-ketoglutarate, transplanted microglial cells, inherited methylation patterns on aging, the fact that centenarians do not have fewer deleterious mutations than the rest of us, and the damage repair approach to aging.

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Further Reading

Alpha-Ketoglutarate Extends Healthspan in Aging Mice

Microglial Cells Successfully Replaced by Transplantation

Inherited methylation patterns affect aging

Centenarians do not carry fewer pathogenic mutations

How can aging be reversed? Exploring rejuvenation from a damage‐based perspective

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