Daily Archives: 13. May 2009

The longevity jigsaw puzzle

The most recent posts related to progeria diseases remind me again that when it comes to aging we seem to be dealing with different areas of a very large jigsaw puzzle where most of the pieces between the areas are … Continue reading

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Werner Syndrome – another model for aging

My last major post traced developments related to a form of progeria (premature aging) known as Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, or HGPS, for short.  The discussion and comments on this post are leading us down new paths, such as exploring the … Continue reading

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