Superior proteome stability in the longest lived animal

Abstract

Bivalve mollusks have several unique traits, including some species with exceptionally long lives, others with very short lives, and the ability to determine the age of any individual from growth rings in the shell. Exceptionally long-lived species are seldom studied yet have the potential to be particularly informative with respect to senescence-resistance… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11357-013-9597-9

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@article{Treaster2013SuperiorPS, title={Superior proteome stability in the longest lived animal}, author={Stephen B Treaster and Iain D Ridgway and Chris Richardson and Margarida Gaspar and Arnab Ray Chaudhuri and Steven N. Austad}, journal={AGE}, year={2013}, volume={36}, pages={1009-1017} }