The new study from the earlier study differs voluntarily withdrawn by the authors in several ways: A select group of faulty SNPs from from this study, and an additional sample of very old subjects included, and researchers from Yale University have been called to independently validate data and methodology. The revised study, like the original, found that subjects who appeared the same profile of variations for genetic markers in the model together brought to a similar level of risk for different properties or diseases associated with exceptional longevity especially especially at her age of survival.
Because exceptional longevity can run strongly in families, and numerous animal studies have suggested a strong genetic influence on life span, the researchers set out to determine which genetic variants play roles in human survival over 100 years. They used a well-established Bayesian statistical method for determining which could single nucleotide polymorphisms , as a group, are used subjects subjects as centenarians compared with controls, solely based on genetic information. The predictive sensitivity of the model they developed, the 281 SNPs, increases with the age of the patient supports the hypothesis that these genes play an increasingly important role in the survival rate has to play in centenarians.To are advised any undue confidence in undue reliance on this forward-looking statements only be only as to the date valid to place. Weeks of 1995.
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