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Aging: Computer simulation finds dangerous molecule activity

(University of Southern Denmark) All human organisms are attacked by free radicals -- they destroy our cells, and over time they contribute to us ageing. Now, researchers have found out how a particularly dangerous type of free radicals is formed, and it may lead to a better understanding of aging.
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