A group of University of Georgia scientists are one step closer to piecing together the puzzle of how genetics affects aging.
“Aging genetics is a very exciting field. Identifying the genes that control the aging process will eventually reveal innovative ways to help people live longer and healthier,” said Robert Pazdro, assistant professor of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
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