08 July 2011

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The literature used in the article Mikhail V. Blagosklonny
Why human lifespan is rapidly increasing: solving “longevity riddle” with “revealed-slow-aging”
(Why human life expectancy is increasing rapidly: solving the "mystery of longevity"
using the hypothesis of "manifested slow aging"

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