Russian and Swedish scientists have used an artifical antioxidant to slow the aging process is lab mice. The compound, known as SkQ1, targets mitochondria.
Russian and Swedish scientists have used an artifical antioxidant to slow the aging process is lab mice. The compound, known as SkQ1, targets mitochondria. ROBERT F. BUKATY AP File
Russian and Swedish scientists have used an artifical antioxidant to slow the aging process is lab mice. The compound, known as SkQ1, targets mitochondria. ROBERT F. BUKATY AP File

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