volume 8, issue 12, P3185-3208 2016
DOI: 10.18632/aging.101078
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Consuelo Borras, Kheira M. Abdelaziz, Juan Gambini, Eva Serna, Marta Inglés, Monica de la Fuente, Idoia Garcia, Ander Matheu, Paula Sanchís, Angel Belenguer, Alessandra Errigo, Juan- Antonio Avellana, Ana Barettino, Carla Lloret-Fernández et al.

Abstract: Centenarians not only enjoy an extraordinary aging, but also show a compression of morbidity. Using functional transcriptomic analysis of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PMBC) we identified 1721 mRNAs differentially expressed by centenarians when compared with septuagenarians and young people. Sub-network analysis led us to identify Bcl - xL as an important gene up-regulated in centenarians. It is involved in the control of apoptosis, cellular damage protection and also in modulation of immune response, al…

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