Longevity genes

According to current estimates, 15-25% of the difference in human life expectancy is caused by genetic differences. This contribution of genetics seems to be minimal until the age of 65 and becomes most significant after the age of 85


Based on theories of aging, studies using biological model systems of aging and genetic Association studies in humans, biological pathways and changes in key genes that can lead to an increase/decrease in life expectancy have been identified:


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