volume 7, issue 5, P334-339 2015
DOI: 10.18632/aging.100744
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Richard F. Walker, Jia Sophie Liu, Brock A. Peters, Beate R. Ritz, Timothy Wu, Roel A. Ophoff, Steve Horvath

Abstract: We previously reported the unusual case of a teenage girl stricken with multifocal developmental dysfunctions whose physical development was dramatically delayed resulting in her appearing to be a toddler or at best a preschooler, even unto the occasion of her death at the age of 20 years. Her life-long physician felt that the disorder was unique in the world and that future treatments for age-related diseases might emerge from its study. The objectives of our research were to determine if other such cases exi…

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