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15 Genes linked to Longevity found.

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By Roger Highfield, Science Editor
Published: 12:01AM GMT 13 Mar 2008

Scientists are a step closer to developing an anti-ageing pill with the discovery of 15 genes linked to a long life.

The find suggests that those genes could be targeted to help slow down the ageing process and treat age-related condition.

Finding genes that are the same in those two organisms is significant, researchers say, because the two species are so far apart on the evolutionary scale - even farther apart than the tiny worms and humans.

That, combined with the presence of similar human genes, is an indication that these genes could regulate human longevity as well.

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