It turns out that they are responsible for maintaining telomeres. At the same time, the process itself affects immortality and lack of aging in jellyfish.

The scientists also found that the adult jellyfish changed its genetic clock to take a larval form again. This happens at a time when they feel threatened by changing environmental conditions.

Experts said their latest work will help them and their colleagues better understand the jellyfish’s immortality process. It should also accelerate the development of methods to slow down aging in humans.

Source: Ferra

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