My total list of longevity questions (that I won't post as separate threads to clog up the forum - answer them if you have any!)

Do super-long lived organisms have more cysteine/methionine in their genomes as sites to soak up extra free radical damage (so they don’t hit more active sites in the protein)?
Don’t cell-cycle genes also decrease in calorie restricted/IGF1 deficient individuals?
Do we have dN/dS values for NMR longevity genes and are they higher for genes in long-lived bowhead whales?