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This stem cell gene is called Nanog and it could reverse ageing

Scientists are gaining a better understanding of ageing through research on an embryonic stem cell gene called Nanog. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Cory Nealon

Director of News Content, Computer Science and Engineering Department, University at Buffalo

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