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Scientists move closer to unlocking the secrets of the immortal jellyfish, and possibly human aging

7 mins | Sep 2, 2022
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We could be on the cusp of slowing the aging process. Turritopsis Dohrnii, more commonly known as the immortal jellyfish, is famous for its ability to turn back its biological clock and revert to a juvenile state. With the publication of a groundbreaking study that successfully genome-mapped the jellyfish, Ginger Adams Otis and Alyssa Lukpat report on the possibilities of extending an organism's health span and the implications for human cell rejuvenation.
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