Published in Cancer Weekly, April 17th, 1995
Briefly, he described telomeres as the "clock" that appears to regulate how much an individual cell can divide. Telomeres, the repeated DNA sequences found at the ends of chromosomes, shorten each time a cell divides. When the telomeres reach a critically short length, the cell stops dividing and ages (senesces) and cellular...
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