Dwarf Mice, Growth Hormones, Aging15 years, 1 month ago
Posted on Aug 19, 2004, 12 p.m.
By Bill Freeman
An interesting piece at the International Herald Tribune discusses the effects of growth hormone and body size on longevity. For example, there are "mice that produce growth hormone but cannot respond to it. Called Laron dwarfs, they are fertile and live as much as 50 percent longer than normal mice.
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