The telomere hypothesis of cellular aging

Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journal:
Experimental Gerontology

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In this article by TeloYears Chief Scientific Officer, Cal Harley, the telomere hypothesis of cellular aging was first posited as a mechanism to account for the finite replicative capacity of normal somatic cells. This finite replicative capacity was first identified in the 1960’s by Leonark Hayflick and is commonly known as the Hayflick limit.

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One comment on “The telomere hypothesis of cellular aging

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