5) The African turquoise killifish a new model for aging and 'suspended animation'

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2. Valenzano DR, Sharp S and Brunet A (2011) Transposon-mediated transgenesis in the short-lived African killifish Nothobranchius furzeri, a vertebrate model for aging. G3, Genes Genome Genetics, 1: 531-538. PDF

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