By Andrea Anderson
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Exceptional longevity in humans is linked to survival-associated genetic patterns rather than a dearth of disease-associated variants, according to the authors of a genome-wide association study appearing in the early, online version of Science today.
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