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  • A microbe’s fountain of youth

    Phys.org - 10/04/2013

    There’s also an important caveat: because the researchers didn’t see any sign of aging doesn’t mean it isn’t occurring. “Proving the non-existence of something is very difficult,” says Eric Stewart, a microbiologist at Northeastern University who was not involved in the study. “Their findings are definitely interesting. And they did try to look at as many aging factors as they could. But you never know if you have the right marker.

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