New research identifies a larger pool of genes involved in age-related blood cell mutations than previously thought

Scientists have discovered 17 additional genes that drive the abnormal overgrowth of mutated blood cells as we age. The findings, published 14 May in Nature Genetics, provide a more complete view of the genetic factors behind clonal hematopoiesis—a process associated with aging and linked to increased risks of blood cancers.

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