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Are Chronic Degenerative Diseases Part of the Ageing Process?: Insights from Comparative Biology

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Are Chronic Degenerative Diseases Part of the Ageing Process?: Insights from Comparative Biology - Singer, Michael A. (Editor)
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Most of the DNA in the human genome does not encode proteins but is involved in regulatory functions. In addition, the human genome is characterized by an extensive array of structural DNA variants arising from de novo mutations plus accumulated structural variants transmitted through an individual's lineage. The result is that each person has a unique genome which is expressed as that person's unique phenotype. Ageing can be understood on both the species and individual level. Each species has a programmed ageing and ...

Are Chronic Degenerative Diseases Part of the Ageing Process?: Insights from Comparative Biology 2015, Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York

ISBN-13: 9781634830249

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Are Chronic Degenerative Diseases Part of the Ageing Process?: Insights from Comparative Biology 2013, Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York

ISBN-13: 9781626180130

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