A Chinese Academy of Sciences-led team takes a look at blood transcriptomes profiles in samples from dozens of centenarians and their family members. The researchers did RNA sequencing on peripheral white blood cell samples from 76 from China's Hainan province, along with samples from 41 centenarian spouses, and 54 children of centenarians.

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