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Why one microbe seemingly doesn't age at all

Under favorable conditions, the microbe, a species of yeast called S. pombe, does not age the way other microbes do, the researchers said. Typically, when single-celled organisms divide in half, one half acquires the majority of older, often damaged cell material, while the other half acquires mostly new cell material.

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