The Proteomics of Aging: Three Organizations Team up to Develop Lifespan-Extending Compounds | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec. 4—Eukarion said Tuesday that it had launched a collaboration with  Proteome Systems and the Buck Institute for Age Research to study  the proteomics of aging. The research will focus on mitochondrial oxidative stress and the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in aging.

 

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