Offspring of Older Mothers are More Responsive to Aging Interventions, Study Finds


pic14_bmanrus_10x_ph_-5deg_stack_004WOODS HOLE, Mass. – Advanced maternal age at the time of giving birth is known to decrease how long the offspring will live and their fecundity. However, why this occurs is unknown, and it remains unclear if maternal age also alters how offspring respond to interventions to aging. Researchers at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) […]

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