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Mark Roth on Mice and Men — and Suspended Animation

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LONG BEACH, California — Cell biologist Mark Roth, who made headlines in 2005 when he published the results of studies showing that exposing mice to small amounts of hydrogen sulfide would put them into a state of suspended animation,” or hibernation talks to Wired.com about what freaks of nature can tell us about the body’s survival mechanisms.

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