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Technology Review reports on research that may yield insight into aging. "A new study by Harvard Medical School researchers reveals that the biochemical mechanism that makes yeast grow old has a surprising parallel in mice, suggesting it may be a universal cause of aging in all organisms," the article says. In yeast, the Sir2 protein has long been implicated in aging; this new study shows that the mouse equivalent, SIRT1, has a similar role.

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