Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 15th, 1999
They also developed tumors more often and died earlier, a team of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) researchers reported in the March 5, 1999, issue of Cell. "Until now no one has shown the phenotypic effect of telomere loss on the aging organism," said Lenhard Rudolph, at DFCI and Harvard Medical School (HMS), and lead author of the study.
Telomeres - nubs of protein and nucleic acids poised...
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