Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism

A single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP; snip) is DNA variation of single nucleotide that differs between members of a Species. The different variants are called alleles.

Numerous genetic variations are associated with aging and lifespan-determination.

Identify all the genetic factors with an association to lifespan-limitation. For this consult repositories such as openSNP [] and query their database for terms like aging, lifespan and longevity. Integrate these associations with Denigma's Lifespan Factors with the use of Classifications such as Longevity-Associated. o


Tags: longevity, research, genetic variations
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