Mouse Brain Cells Can Live Years Longer Than The Mice They Came From

— PopSci

In a new study from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, mouse brain cells implanted into rats survived as long as the rats did, double the average mouse lifespan.

This runs contrary to one theory of aging that holds that our life spans are genetically determined, and cells in our body will die at about the same time.

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