A group of around 250 genes involved in age-related brain deterioration has been identified by scientists at the Babraham Institute, Cambridge and Sapienza University, Rome. The research finds that changes to one of these genes, called Dbx2, could prematurely age brain stem cells, causing them to grow more slowly.
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