The woman had lived 115 years, thanks to a mutation …

October 16, 2011 7:17

Scientists have found a long-liver DNA genetic changes.
Dutch scientists have deciphered the genes a woman who died at the age of 115 years.

According to the study, the long-liver DNA were identified rare genetic changes, which will protect it from the appearance of senile dementia and other diseases.

Moreover, at the age of 113 years old grandmother has passed the test for detection of mental abilities, which revealed that she coped with the tasks at the level of 65-70-year-old woman.

Post-mortem examination revealed that the long-liver was also not blocked blood.

Scientists believe that further studies of this kind will reveal why the genes of some people to help them live a long life.


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